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  1. Jack McInerney happy to join an 'elite' team like the Galaxy after stints on several MLS teams

    04.30 / 04:36 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Jack McInerney has changed teams four times in the last four seasons, an MLS tour that has seen him play on both coasts and in two countries. But the club he has always been most curious about is the Galaxy, the one he joined 11 days ago. “Throughout the world, people look at the Galaxy as a…
  2. IndyCar: Simon Pagenaud wins Phoenix Grand Prix

    04.30 / 04:36 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Simon Pagenaud took advantage of a caution flag that caught the other leaders on pit road to win the Verizon IndyCar race Saturday night at Phoenix International Raceway. The defending series champion grabbed the lead when Team Penske teammate Will Power pitted on the 137th lap, and the…
  3. Two carjacking suspects at large in Whittier, Norwalk area after opening fire and killing one, injuring others

    04.30 / 04:36 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Sheriff’s deputies were searching late Saturday for two suspects who stole a car in Pico Rivera, then shot and wounded at least three victims, one fatally, in the surrounding community, authorities said. The pair, a man and a woman, carjacked a green SUV, believed to be either a Jeep Cherokee o…
  4. Samantha Bee celebrates (some of) the press at 'Not The White House Correspondents' Dinner'

    04.30 / 04:36 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Comedian and late night host Samantha Bee on Saturday skewered President Trump — and the 24/7 broadcast news media who cover him — at the “Not The White House Correspondents' Dinner.” The event, held a stone’s throw from the White House at DAR Constitution Hall, was more than just a roast of…
  5. Rams 'stick to the plan' in draft and address variety of needs

    04.30 / 03:29 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Stay in alignment. No surprises. Seamless. Those were a few terms and phrases Rams general manager Les Snead and coach Sean McVay used Saturday to describe the Rams’ process and results in the NFL draft. A day after they selected tight end Gerald Everett, receiver Cooper Kupp and safety John J…
  6. Trump holds a 100-day rally on friendly turf, snubbing the White House Correspondents' Dinner

    04.30 / 03:29 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    President Trump on Saturday skipped the White House Correspondents’ Dinner to mark his 100th day in office doing what got him there: taking his populist message directly to an adoring audience, this one in Pennsylvania, the state he credits with delivering his surprise electoral college win i…
  7. Dropped passes don't worry UCLA coaches at spring game, because Josh Rosen was throwing them

    04.30 / 03:29 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Josh Rosen scanned the defense, spotted an open receiver and flung a pass into his hands. Eldridge Massington dropped it. “The same as last year!” a fan yelled after the first play of UCLA’s spring game Saturday at Drake Stadium. There were some similarities, sure. Seven players dropped passe…
  8. Angels fall to Rangers 6-3 as Carlos Gomez hits for the cycle

    04.30 / 03:29 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Carlos Gomez whipped his hands through the strike zone, propelled a baseball through the night, flipped his bat, and held up two fingers to his teammates. The Texas center fielder hit for the second cycle of his career in the Rangers’ 6-3 victory over the Angels on Saturday night at Globe L…
  9. NFL draft: Quarterbacks get shot at succeeding two greats

    04.30 / 02:21 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Make room for the understudies. Thirteen years ago, the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted Ben Roethlisberger and the New York Giants acquired No. 1 pick Eli Manning in a trade with San Diego. Those quarterbacks went on to win two Super Bowls each. On Sunday, for the first time in four years, the…
  10. Chargers send a message they're ready to compete now with draft picks

    04.30 / 02:21 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Philip Rivers, who in the eyes of so many people, himself probably included, is the quarterback of the San Diego Chargers, took the stage at his team’s new home Saturday morning to a massive amount of adoration. Chants of “Hall of Fame” faded in time for Rivers and two of his children to annou…
  11. 'We're gonna make it': Community rallies to mark 25th anniversary of L.A. riots

    04.30 / 02:21 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Hundreds of residents, activists and community leaders marched through the streets of South Los Angeles on Saturday to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the 1992 Los Angeles riots. The day began with a rally at the intersection of Florence and Normandie avenues, where the riots began…
  12. MLB report: Nationals lose center fielder Adam Eaton for season

    04.30 / 01:16 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Washington Nationals center fielder Adam Eaton, who was carried off the field Friday after injuring his left knee while running out an infield hit in the ninth inning against the New York Mets, has a torn anterior cruciate ligament and will not play again this season, multiple outlets…
  13. Jean-Gabriel Pageau's fourth goal gives Senators a 6-5 win over Rangers

    04.30 / 01:16 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Jean-Gabriel Pageau got his fourth goal of the game in the second overtime after scoring twice late in regulation, lifting the Ottawa Senators over the New York Rangers 6-5 Saturday in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals. Ottawa leads the series 2-0 despite trailing by two goals…
  14. It will be winner take all, loser go home in Game 7 showdown for Clippers and Jazz

    04.30 / 01:16 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    They live for another day, a day of reckoning for these Clippers, a day that will decide which direction the winner-take-all Game 7 will take them. Truth be told, it has always been in the Clippers’ hands to decide their fate in the Western Conference first-round series against the equally d…
  15. Anthony Joshua defeats Wladimir Klitschko by 11th-round TKO

    04.30 / 01:16 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Untested was the criticism that clung so closely to Anthony Joshua before Saturday night’s heavyweight title bout that lured a record post-World War II fight crowd of his countrymen to Wembley Stadium. In a rousing display of his toughness and fighting skill, Joshua picked himself off the c…
  16. Dodgers' Rich Hill set for rehab start after blister holds in three-inning simulated game

    04.30 / 01:16 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Rich Hill, on the 10-day disabled list for the second time this month because of a blister on the middle finger of his pitching hand, threw a three-inning, 48-pitch simulated game Saturday. “I thought it was successful,”manager Dave Roberts said. “The blister held up.” The veteran left-hander threw…
  17. Chad Hansen leads Southland players selected on third day of NFL draft

    04.30 / 00:07 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    It was four years ago as a senior at Moorpark High that Chad Hansen had only one college scholarship offer — from Idaho State. He ran 100 meters in 10.91 seconds, was a 22-foot long jumper and caught 12 touchdown passes as a receiver. Fast forward to Saturday and the third day of the NFL d…
  18. Thousands march nationwide to protest Trump climate policies

    04.30 / 00:07 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Thousands of people across the U.S. marched in rain, snow and sweltering heat Saturday to demand action on climate change — mass protests that coincided with President Trump's 100th day in office and took aim at his agenda for rolling back environmental protections. At the marquee event, the P…
  19. The Los Angeles Rams chose outside linebacker Ejuan Price of Pittsburgh in the seventh round of NFL draft Saturday.

    04.29 / 23:03 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    April 29, 2017, 3:53 p.m. The 2017 NFL draft continues with Rounds 4 through 7 on Saturday in Philadelphia. All updates CHARGERS …
  20. Manager Don Mattingly has to be decisive in Miami while sale of the Marlins hangs in the balance

    04.29 / 23:03 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    The anchors of his professional life might be about to be kicked out from under him, but Don Mattingly was a man at ease as we sat and chatted. He had an air of serenity about him, really. We were talking about the looming sale of the Miami Marlins, and how the manager of the team has to…