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  1. Putin: 'Read my lips,' there was no Russian meddling in U.S. vote

    03.30 / 15:57 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Senate prepares for its first hearing on Russia inquiry March 30, 2017, 8:42 a.m. Here's our look at the Trump administration and the rest of Washington: Senate Intelligence Committee vows to follow facts in Trump-Russia probeJudge in Hawaii extends order blocking Trump's travel banIvanka…
  2. Fan vote prevents Greg Hardy from becoming a member of Indoor Football League team

    03.30 / 15:57 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    The vote was very close, but the Indoor Football League fans in Utah have spoken — and controversial former NFL player Greg Hardy won’t be joining the Salt Lake Screaming Eagles. Hardy is a one-time Pro Bowl defensive end who seems to be a castoff as far as the NFL is concerned. At 28, Hardy is…
  3. The architect: How Dodgers GM Farhan Zaidi became one of the most coveted minds in baseball

    03.30 / 15:57 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    (Robert Carter / For The Times) THE ARCHITECT How Dodgers GM Farhan Zaidi became one of the most coveted minds in baseball By Andy McCullough March 30, 2016 (Robert Carter / For The Times) A general manager mourns the loss of a baseball season in private, away from the pervasive gaze of the…
  4. Watch live: Senate Intelligence Committee meets on Russian meddling allegations

    03.30 / 14:50 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Senate prepares for its first hearing on Russia inquiry March 30, 2017, 7:28 a.m. Here's our look at the Trump administration and the rest of Washington: Senate Intelligence Committee vows to follow facts in Trump-Russia probeJudge in Hawaii extends order blocking Trump's travel banIvanka…
  5. Trump wants to boost defense spending by 10% and cut social spending

    03.30 / 14:50 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Trump wants to boost defense spending by 10% and cut social spending March 30, 2017, 7:22 a.m. A look at President Trump's administration and the rest of Washington: Trump wants to boost defense spending by $54 billion, a 10% jumpJustice Department shifts course in controversial Texas voting…
  6. Watch live: Senate Intelligence Committee meets on Russian meddling

    03.30 / 14:50 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Trump wants to boost defense spending by 10% and cut social spending March 30, 2017, 7:22 a.m. A look at President Trump's administration and the rest of Washington: Trump wants to boost defense spending by $54 billion, a 10% jumpJustice Department shifts course in controversial Texas voting…
  7. Big rig crash and fire snarls Vegas-bound I-15 traffic in Apple Valley

    03.30 / 14:50 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    A semi-trailer truck caught fire early Thursday on the northbound lanes of the 15 Freeway in Apple Valley after it was involved in a multi-vehicle accident. The crash was reported shortly before 4 a.m. between Stoddard Wells Road and Dale Evans Parkway, according to California Highway Patrol…
  8. Could cannabis crowns become Coachella's hot new floral headpiece?

    03.30 / 14:50 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Nothing says "music festival" like a floral crown - especially a floral crown with bulging buds of marijuana artfully interspersed with the flower blossoms. The Coachella-worthy cannabis crown is part of a marketing effort by Santa Barbara-based Lowell Farms (the same grower that made…
  9. Beatles drummer Ringo Starr to play 8 Vegas concerts with his All-Starr Band

    03.30 / 13:44 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr will perform eight concerts in Las Vegas this fall with his All-Starr Band, which includes Journey’s lead singer Gregg Rolie and singer-songwriter Todd Rundgren. Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. Pacific time Friday. They cost $63 to $193, excluding taxes and fees; y…
  10. Q&A: Bob Lutz, the auto industry's 85-year-old bad boy, goes off on Musk and Trump

    03.30 / 13:44 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    If you’re into cars, you’ve certainly heard of Bob Lutz, no matter what your age. Lutz, now 85 and only semi-retired, is an auto industry legend. He’s one of a still-too-rare species of Detroit executive known as a “car guy,” an enthusiast who puts the product first and then figures out how “the…
  11. What $900,000 buys in Anaheim Hills, Cypress and Dana Point

    03.30 / 13:44 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    How much house does $900,000 buy in the Orange County real estate market? In Anaheim Hills, that amount could get you a remodeled four-bedroom; in Cypress, a newer mission-style home; and in Dana Point, a house in the gated Monarch Beach community. Here’s a more detailed look: ANAHEIM HILLS: T…
  12. Lisa Loomer's 'Roe': An abortion drama that settles nothing

    03.30 / 13:44 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    It has been 44 years since the Supreme Court’s landmark Roe v. Wade decision decriminalized abortion, but the debate has hardly been settled. The rhetoric has only grown more inflammatory, and the vitriol of activists has given way to violence. American political life is still being held h…
  13. 'La La Land' is the latest movie to push L.A. tourism

    03.30 / 12:38 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    “La La Land” didn’t bring home the best picture Oscar, but the musical filmed in Southern California is expected to bring the region another valuable prize: a bump in big-spending tourists. Like previous films set in the City of Angels, the hugely popular movie has boosted the city’s profile worldwi…
  14. Felony charges are a disturbing overreach for the duo behind the Planned Parenthood sting videos

    03.30 / 12:38 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    There’s no question that anti-abortion activist David Daleiden surreptitiously recorded healthcare and biomedical services employees across the state of California with the intent of discrediting the healthcare provider, Planned Parenthood — something his heavily edited videos failed to do. The…
  15. Today: Will the Senate Get to the Bottom of Russiagate?

    03.30 / 12:38 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    The U.S. Senate is gearing up for “one of the biggest investigations” in years. I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES Will the Senate Get to the Bottom of Russiagate? With the House investigation sta…
  16. Memo to Jeff Sessions: Construction accidents are more likely than undocumented immigrants to kill Americans.

    03.30 / 12:38 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    To the editor: U.S. Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions recently claimed that a crack-down on so-called sanctuary cities would spare “countless” families from having loved ones killed by criminal aliens. (“California's state and local leaders strike a defiant tone on Sessions' call to end 'sanctuary citie…
  17. Trump administration reverses course on nerve-agent pesticide

    03.30 / 11:34 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday reversed an Obama administration recommendation to ban a pesticide linked to nervous system damage in children. Newly installed EPA administrator Scott Pruitt signed an order that would allow farmers to continue using chlorpyrifos, which…
  18. Do you live in Devin Nunes' district? Pick up the phone and call his office immediately

    03.30 / 11:34 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Rep. Devin Nunes blew it. The Republican from Tulare has one of the most important jobs in Congress: He is chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, where he leads an investigation into whether Russia interfered in the 2016 election, and what, if anything, Donald Trump and his team knew…
  19. How the media smears black victims

    03.30 / 11:34 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    On St. Patrick’s Day, Maryland white supremacist James Harris Jackson drove to New York City for the express purpose of killing black men, authorities say. After wandering around the city for a few days, he did just that, approaching Timothy Caughman, a 66-year-old African American, and r…
  20. Former O.C. court clerk pleads guilty to heading case-fixing scheme

    03.30 / 11:34 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    A former Orange County Superior Court clerk plead guilty Wednesday to reaping more than a quarter-million dollars as head of a bribery scheme that forged the results of criminal and traffic violations in exchange for money. Anaheim resident Juan Lopez Jr., 36, admitted in a plea deal last…