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  1. Chargers fans like the selection of Mike Williams

    04.28 / 01:17 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    April 27, 2017, 6:14 p.m. The 2017 NFL Draft kicks off this evening at 5:00 p.m. and follow along with the Los Angeles Times for all the updates and analysis live from Philadelphia. NFL writer Sam Farmer will be providing instant analysis and Chargers beat writer Dan Woike will keep you…
  2. Live NFL Draft updates: Chargers select WR Mike Williams from Clemson in first round

    04.28 / 01:17 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    April 27, 2017, 5:44 p.m. Philadelphia Tennessee Titans select WR Corey Davis of Western Michigan with fifth pick Sam Farmer 5. Tennessee Titans: Corey Davis, WR, Western MichiganDavis was the MAC offensive player of the year last season, with 97 catches for 1,500 yards and 19…
  3. BET's new projects include a comedy from Kevin Hart and 'The Bobby Brown Story"

    04.28 / 01:17 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    A comedy series produced by Kevin Hart, a late-night series and a biopic about controversial singer Bobby Brown are some of the upcoming projects unveiled at BET’s upfront presentation in New York on Thursday. Among the new shows scheduled to premiere this year: “Divorce Saved My Marriage” — a…
  4. Los Angeles Chargers take WR Mike Williams of Clemson at No. 7

    04.28 / 01:17 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    April 27, 2017, 6:14 p.m. The 2017 NFL Draft kicks off this evening at 5:00 p.m. and follow along with the Los Angeles Times for all the updates and analysis live from Philadelphia. NFL writer Sam Farmer will be providing instant analysis and Chargers beat writer Dan Woike will keep you…
  5. GOP shuts out doctors, experts, Democrats as they work on Obamacare repeal

    04.28 / 00:00 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    President Trump and House Republicans, in their rush to resuscitate a bill rolling back the Affordable Care Act, are increasingly isolating themselves from outside input and rejecting entreaties to work collaboratively, according to multiple healthcare officials who have tried to engage GOP…
  6. Laurie Metcalf in 'Doll's House, Part 2': An acting marvel in one of the year's best plays

    04.28 / 00:00 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    “A Doll’s House, Part 2,” which is receiving its world premiere at South Coast Repertory, had its official opening on Thursday at Broadway’s Golden Theatre in a separate production confirming that Lucas Hnath has written one of the year’s best plays. Sam Gold’s production resembles in its tasteful…
  7. Trump's former national security advisor under Pentagon investigation for Russia payments

    04.28 / 00:00 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Former national security advisor Michael Flynn’s legal troubles worsened Thursday when a House committee disclosed that the Pentagon inspector general is investigating whether the retired Army three-star general violated military rules by accepting foreign payments. Flynn was warned in 2014, w…
  8. Caitlyn Jenner memoir's version of life with Kris Jenner creates a new rift in the family

    04.27 / 22:44 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    April 27, 2017, 3:39 p.m. Here's what's new and interesting in entertainment and the arts:A new Haim LP is on the way (and a new video's here)Yah, the next 'Fargo' episode has a touch of L.A. in itEmbattled Johnny Depp surprises Disney fans as Capt. Jack Sparrow'The Simpsons' burns…
  9. Action-crime flick 'Black Rose' recycles Arnold and '80s cliches

    04.27 / 22:44 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Remember “Red Heat,” the blah 1988 Arnold Schwarzenegger vehicle about the culture clash that ensues when a Russian policeman comes to America? Well, actor-director and Arnold-wannabe Alexander Nevsky has now updated the premise with “Black Rose” — and has come up with an impressively thorough…
  10. The death penalty has long divided Americans. Here's why those who oppose it are winning

    04.27 / 22:44 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    The death penalty is in the spotlight after a series of April executions in Arkansas. But public and political support for it has steeply…
  11. Under fire from hospitals, legislator drops measure requiring reports of superbug deaths

    04.27 / 21:29 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    After complaints from California hospitals and physicians, a state legislator has stripped his bill of a measure that would have required doctors to record deadly infections on death certificates. The California Hospital Assn. and the California Medical Assn. wrote letters saying they opposed…
  12. How to get millennials to gamble? Casinos bet on video games

    04.27 / 21:29 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    The “Downton Abbey”-themed slot machine clearly had its charm. With a comfy, oversized chair and familiar depictions of Lady Mary, Mr. Bates and other characters from the television series, the single-player machine looked as cozy and safe as afternoon tea with the Crawley clan. Which is exa…
  13. In defense of noise: Damon Krukowski’s 'The New Analog: Listening and Reconnecting in a Digital World'

    04.27 / 21:29 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    We have always been such suckers for the shiny new object, especially now, with digital technologies coming fast and furious at consumers’ kryptonite — the compulsive desire to own the latest and greatest. Whether or not the shiny and new actually improves our lives is rarely a consideration. And…
  14. 'One Week and a Day' works through grief, one toke at a time

    04.27 / 20:19 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    With a title that sounds standard but turns out to be specific, "One Week and a Day" keeps an impeccable balance between absurdity and sadness, comedy and heartbreak. Increasingly outrageous but always plausible, it applies its pitiless, pitch black sense of humor to a very particular…
  15. Berkeley prepares for clashes between Ann Coulter supporters and opponents

    04.27 / 20:19 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    April 27, 2017, 1 p.m. Berkeley officials warned students and residents to “keep a distance from violence” Thursday as police prepared for clashes between supporters and opponents of conservative commentator Ann Coulter, who had been scheduled to speak to two UC Berkeley student groups abo…
  16. Berkeley mayor: Conservatives exploiting 'engineered intense animosity' against city

    04.27 / 20:19 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    April 27, 2017, 1 p.m. Berkeley officials warned students and residents to “keep a distance from violence” Thursday as police prepared for clashes between supporters and opponents of conservative commentator Ann Coulter, who had been scheduled to speak to two UC Berkeley student groups ab…
  17. Culver City Police Department removes guidelines for immigration enforcement from its manual

    04.27 / 20:19 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    The Culver City Police Department has removed a section from its manual that gave officers guidelines on how to enforce immigration law, a move that follows a Los Angeles Times report on how several police departments in California retain written policies that are inconsistent with their…
  18. Jeff Koons on his new Gagosian show, his MOCA award and what's behind those Louis Vuitton bags

    04.27 / 20:19 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Jeff Koons is having a moment — again. The artist’s solo show of new and recent works, his first here in five years, opens at Gagosian gallery in Beverly Hills on Thursday. He's also being honored at the annual Museum of Contemporary Art gala on Saturday. The gala promises to be a bright and shi…
  19. Oh yah, 'Fargo' took a trip to Los Angeles

    04.27 / 19:06 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    April 27, 2017, 11:48 a.m. Here's what's new and interesting in entertainment and the arts:'The Simpsons' burns Trump's first 100 days'Prologue: The Crossing' short bridges 'Alien' films' divideSeth Meyers finds a new law of Trump physicsThe late Jonathan Demme defied definition as an…
  20. L.A. City Council candidate Joe Bray-Ali loses endorsements for comments on provocative website

    04.27 / 19:06 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Los Angeles City Council candidate Joe Bray-Ali lost the endorsements Thursday of City Councilman Mitch O’Farrell and an Eastside Democratic group, one day after Bray-Ali apologized for comments he made in uncensored online forums. “I am deeply disappointed by his highly insensitive comments in…