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  1. 'Handmaid's Tale,' 'Stranger Things' among nominees for TCA Awards

    06.19 / 22:11 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    June 19, 2017, 2:58 p.m. Here's what's new and interesting in entertainment and the arts:Miles Teller charged with public drunkenness in San DiegoJay Z's album '4:44' due June 30, teaser to single 'Adnis' releasedCaitlyn Jenner on GOP baseball shooting: 'Liberals can't even shoot…
  2. L.A. brand Chaser expands with New York store in East Hampton

    06.19 / 22:11 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Los Angeles contemporary line Chaser has made its way to the East Coast with a second store. The brand — known for its extra soft, vintage-inspired rock T-shirts across men, women and kids — now sits on both coasts with the opening of its store on Main Street in East Hampton, N.Y. “The Hampt…
  3. Google steps up its fight against extremist and inflammatory videos

    06.19 / 22:11 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Months after some advertisers fled Google over concerns about ads appearing alongside YouTube videos that promote hate and extremism, the Internet giant has announced new steps aimed at tackling such content. “There should be no place for terrorist content on our services,” Google said in a Sun…
  4. With 'Surpassing Certainty,' Janet Mock provides her blueprint to self-love

    06.19 / 21:14 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    The road to self-love and confidence is paved with good intentions. Along the way, the ups and downs of life can deter even the most diligent of travelers. There is no blueprint on how to navigate the world, especially if you’re a transgender woman of color. But with her second book, the r…
  5. Rescuers warn swimmers to stay out of the deadly Kern River after six drownings

    06.19 / 21:14 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    In singing about the Kern River, Merle Haggard put it best: “It’s a mean piece of water, my friend.” As a heat wave tightens its grip on California, the water in the massive Sierra Nevada snowpack is being squeezed into the state’s rivers and reservoirs, creating dangerous conditions downstr…
  6. Matt Cherniss departs WGN America ahead of Tribune Media merger with Sinclair Broadcast Group

    06.19 / 21:14 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Matt Cherniss is departing his post as president of WGN America, the Tribune Media-owned cable network that has made a push into original programming in recent years. Tribune announced Monday that Cherniss, who also ran the channel’s production entity Tribune Studios, will step down at the e…
  7. Otto Warmbier, the American released by North Korea last week, has died

    06.19 / 21:14 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Otto Warmbier, an American college student who was in a coma when he was released by North Korea, has died in Ohio. He was 22. His family said in a statement that Warmbier died Monday afternoon. The family thanked the University of Cincinnati Medical Center for treating him but said,…
  8. Chargers mailbag: How has new Coach Anthony Lynn changed the team's culture?

    06.19 / 20:18 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Welcome to the inaugural edition of the “Bolt Bag” or to “Charge Cards” or to “Write Back” or to whatever moderately clever pun we think of. The goal here is a simple one: You ask questions and I’ll do my best to answer them. If you have questions for the next “Whatever We Decided to Call This,”…
  9. Police searching for man who tried to kidnap an Irvine store employee

    06.19 / 20:18 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Police are looking for a man who they say tried to kidnap a woman working at an Irvine baby store Saturday. Surveillance video shows a man in a white shirt and plaid shorts talking to an employee at Mon Beau Bebe, in the Woodbury Town Center around before 7:20 p.m. He followed her around the…
  10. Angels mailbag: Why so many games?

    06.19 / 20:18 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Hello, Angels fans. Your favorite baseball team is off Monday. For a night, their record will rest at 36-37, which translates to an 80-win pace for a full season. If it seems like they have been hovering around .500 all year, it is because they have. As always, there is a plenty to talk about…
  11. Sandra Bland, Philando Castile and now Charleena Lyles. Scream their names for all to hear

    06.19 / 20:18 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Philando Castile was 32 years old when he was shot to death in his car by a police officer. Before Castile was shot to death, he got a haircut, ate dinner with his sister and picked up his girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, at his apartment. The officer said he pulled Castile over for a brake…
  12. Trump and the Goldwater Rule: When is it OK to voice a professional opinion about the mental health of the president?

    06.19 / 20:18 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Since Donald Trump became president, commentary about his public statements, tweeting habits, predilections and even his personality have become something of a national pastime.Some in the professional psychiatric community have been moved to join in, offering their own expert analysis on why the president says what he says and does what he does.But should they? Not according to the American Psychiatric Assn., which years…
  13. Manny Pacquiao-Jeff Horn bout will be televised live by ESPN

    06.19 / 19:20 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Manny Pacquiao’s trek to Australia to meet that country’s 2012 Olympian Jeff Horn will be televised by ESPN, with the network and Pacquiao’s promoter expected to detail a more extensive relationship in the near future. In the bout that will air in the U.S. July 1 at 7 p.m. PDT, Pacquiao (59-6…
  14. Federal and state officials move to block fantasy sports merger between DraftKings and FanDuel

    06.19 / 19:20 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Federal and state officials on Monday moved to block the merger between DraftKings Inc. and FanDuel, arguing the combination would harm competition by locking up 90% of the daily fantasy sports market in the U.S. The Federal Trade Commission said it would file suit seeking a court injunction…
  15. Miley Cyrus, Troye Sivan and Halsey host LGBTQ video series on Spotify

    06.19 / 19:20 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Spotify is ramping up its June Pride Month programming with a series of original videos highlighting different facets of LGBTQ history, with special guests such as Miley Cyrus, Troye Sivan and Halsey hosting various segments. The series consists of five animated multi-part videos encompassing…
  16. Gov. Jerry Brown and California legislators are granted pay raises by citizens panel

    06.19 / 19:20 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    June 19, 2017, 11:42 a.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now:The Orange County GOP had Rep. Devin Nunes as a headline speaker Saturday night. Protesters crashed the party but Republicans mostly made…
  17. Consumer bureau director defends handling of Wells Fargo scandal in face of GOP criticism

    06.19 / 18:14 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    The federal government’s consumer financial watchdog is defending his handling of the Wells Fargo & Co. unauthorized accounts scandal in the face of Republican charges that the agency failed to catch the problem and has stymied a congressional investigation into how it handled the case. R…
  18. As Tom Steyer pushes for Trump's impeachment, the billionaire environmentalist is still weighing a run for office

    06.19 / 18:14 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Tom Steyer has some big decisions to make, and judging from his moves over the last few months, he's keeping his options open. In California, the billionaire Democratic donor became known for fighting climate change and tapping his bank account to attack politicians who denied it. More…
  19. 'Suicide Squad' star Joel Kinnaman wraps up a home sale in Hollywood Hills West

    06.19 / 18:14 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    Joel Kinnaman didn’t make a killing on the sale of his Hollywood Hills West home, but he did at least manage to break even. The multi-level house sold last week for $2.245 million — the same amount the actor paid for the property three years ago. Built in 1977 and recently updated, the home fea…
  20. Mad about the Paris agreement? Here's the workout plan to get your carbon footprint right for the summer

    06.19 / 18:14 latimes.com LATimes-Golf
    The only thing planet Earth hates more than CO2 is the CO2 that comes from hot puffs of hypocrisy. And in the weeks since President Trump announced he is withdrawing the United States from the Paris climate agreement, temperatures have been rising. I know we’re angry about the direction our c…