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  1. Lakers rookie Brandon Ingram misses second straight game with knee tendinitis

    03.29 / 04:35 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    Rookie forward Brandon Ingram on Tuesday missed his second consecutive game because of tendinitis in the patellar tendon in his right knee, sitting out the Lakers’ game against the Washington Wizards. Although only two weeks remain in the Lakers’ season, Coach Luke Walton expects Ingram to ret…
  2. U.S. ties Panama, 1-1, to earn one point in CONCACAF World Cup qualifier

    03.29 / 04:35 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    The U.S. national team’s once-rocky road to next summer’s World Cup in Russia has smoothed out considerably in the last five days, with Tuesday’s 1-1 draw with Panama giving the Americans both added confidence and a hard-earned point, keeping them in the middle of the CONCACAF standings four games…
  3. Trump's poll numbers are low. But the people who put him in office say it's not time to judge him — yet

    03.29 / 04:35 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    It’s been five months since the euphoria of a Donald Trump rally at the local arena brought optimism to this former Democratic stronghold. The snow from a long winter has begun melting into the rocky soil, and the digital sign in a torn-up parking lot blinks hopefully: “Warm days are coming.” Presi…
  4. Kings struggle in 2-1 loss to Oilers, who clinch their first playoff berth since 2006

    03.29 / 04:35 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    Cam Talbot made 34 saves as the Edmonton Oilers officially earned a playoff spot for the first time in 11 years with a 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday night. Connor McDavid and Eric Gryba scored for the Oilers, who have won seven of their last eight games. Edmonton last…
  5. Woman climbs down from crane in downtown L.A. after a standoff with police and firefighters

    03.29 / 04:35 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    A woman scaled a crane Tuesday afternoon at a downtown Los Angeles construction site and locked herself inside the cab, drawing firefighters and police to respond to a report of a possible jumper. The roughly 150-foot crane is in the 100 block of West Cesar Chavez Avenue, near Olvera Street…
  6. Dodgers' Julio Urias headed for extended spring training, Alex Wood likely bound for bullpen

    03.29 / 03:12 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    Julio Urias will accompany the Dodgers to Los Angeles this week for the Freeway Series. But despite the organization’s long-standing belief in his ability, Urias will not be on the 25-man roster, as the team aims to protect his 20-year-old left arm so he can be useful later in the season. M…
  7. Free admission for all: With NEA help, Grand Performances makes it happen

    03.29 / 03:12 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    Bring art to the people. That’s the credo of Grand Performances, which has staged free summer shows at California Plaza in downtown Los Angeles since 1987. The organization has received a total of $576,125 in the form of 19 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts since 2000. Rather t…
  8. USC faculty call for more protection of immigrant and foreign students

    03.29 / 03:12 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    Provoked by the stream of executive orders coming out of President Trump’s White House, a group of USC faculty has sent a letter to the school’s administration asking it to do more to protect foreign students, faculty and staff. The letter comes on the heels of a full-page advertisement the gro…
  9. Rams GM Les Snead feels the pressure to build a winner in L.A.

    03.29 / 03:12 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    They remain in search of another receiver. They are thin at tight end and must fill holes at center and cornerback. And the Rams lack a first-round pick. On Tuesday, with the NFL draft set to commence in less than a month, General Manager Les Snead said that despite a wait until the 37th…
  10. ICE director Thomas Homan: 'We don't get to pick and choose what we enforce'

    03.29 / 01:56 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    Live updates: ICE director's appearance at Sacramento immigration forum draws protestors March 28, 2017, 6:45 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now: Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones is hosting a…
  11. For the Samuelson sisters, UConn's Katie Lou and Stanford's Karlie, the Final Four is a family affair

    03.29 / 01:56 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    Katie Lou Samuelson felt a little nauseous. Pretty much on par with how she typically felt in these situations. She was sitting in the corner of a small locker room at Webster Bank Arena, site of the NCAA women’s basketball Bridgeport (Conn.) Regional, with teammates and assistant coaches h…
  12. Trump mutes his rejection of climate science, but his old tweets speak loudly

    03.29 / 01:56 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    As President Trump moved to halt federal efforts against global warming on Tuesday, he avoided an important phrase: climate change. It was the same story during his campaign for president. Trump rarely mentioned it. When he pledged last May to withdraw the United States from the Paris treaty,…
  13. The Times' boys' basketball rankings

    03.29 / 01:56 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    The final prep basketball top 25 rankings. Rank; School (W-L); Comment (previous ranking) 1.) BISHOP MONTGOMERY (31-2); SS Open Division champion, State Open Division champion (3) 2.) MATER DEI (33-3); SS Open Division runner-up, State Open Division semifinalist (4) 3.) CHINO HILLS (30-3)…
  14. Watch live: U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement director attends community meeting in Sacramento

    03.29 / 00:45 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    California politics updates: Gov. Brown reacts to Trump's plan to roll back climate rules March 28, 2017, 5:30 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now: Gov. Brown joined with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo…
  15. Theater owner group CEO: Blaming theatrical windows for piracy is 'completely crazy'

    03.29 / 00:45 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    The head of the group representing the nation’s cinema operators voiced support Tuesday for potentially groundbreaking talks between theater owners and studios to deliver movies sooner to the home. “Let’s stop fighting publicly about the future of our release dates. This is about growing the pie…
  16. Shouldn't the whole campus be a free speech zone, student asks

    03.29 / 00:45 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    Essential Education: L.A. Unified board committee hears parents' case against colocations March 28, 2017, 5:19 p.m. Welcome to Essential Education, our daily look at education in California and beyond. Here's the latest:The L.A. Unified Board Committee of the Whole is meeting today. Parents…
  17. Wells Fargo to pay $110 million to settle lawsuits over unauthorized accounts

    03.28 / 23:29 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    Wells Fargo & Co. on Tuesday agreed to pay $110 million to settle class-action lawsuits related to the bank’s practice of opening accounts without customers’ authorization. The settlement, if approved by a federal judge in San Francisco, would provide payouts to all Wells Fargo customers who say…
  18. To fight woman’s defamation claim, Trump cites the Bill Clinton-Paula Jones case – which the president lost

    03.28 / 23:29 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    President Trump is citing Bill Clinton’s famous sexual harassment battle in his effort to block a California woman’s lawsuit claiming he lied about groping her in the Beverly Hills Hotel in 2007. Problem is, Clinton lost that bid for legal immunity when the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in 199…
  19. As a Trump protest, theaters worldwide will screen the film version of Orwell's '1984'

    03.28 / 23:29 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    “It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen.” So begins George Orwell's dystopian drama “1984,” his 1949 novel whose popularity has surged since President Donald Trump took office earlier this year. The book climbed to the top spot of Amazon's bestseller list in January…
  20. House sends Trump bill to kill landmark broadband privacy regulations

    03.28 / 23:29 latimes.com LATimes-AutoRacing
    Trump orders the unwinding of Obama's Clean Power Plan March 28, 2017, 3:30 p.m. Here's our look at the Trump administration and the rest of Washington: President Trump moves to undo Obama's Clean Power PlanThe House Freedom Caucus looks to be back driving the GOPWho will win the emerging…