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  1. Tiger Woods, Lindsey Vonn get website to take down stolen nude photos

    08.23 / 18:49 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Aug. 23, 2017, 11:26 a.m. Here's what's new and interesting in entertainment and the arts:Tiger Woods, Lindsey Vonn get website to take down stolen nude photosIt's official: Taylor Swift has a new album, 'Reputation,' on the wayJoker origin movie in development with 'Hangover' director…
  2. Naomi Campbell criticizes British Vogue’s lack of diversity

    08.23 / 18:49 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Campbell raised the issue on her Instagram…
  3. In Phoenix, Trump was his usual self: dishonest, divisive, shameless

    08.23 / 18:49 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    To the editor: On Tuesday night in Phoenix, President Trump openly lied to the American people. (“Trump fills Phoenix speech with charged language, accusing media and fellow Republicans of failings,” Aug. 22) In an effort to challenge those who have accused him of being a racist and a bigot, Tru…
  4. Watch live: Trump delivers remarks at American Legion in Reno

    08.23 / 17:55 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Aug. 23, 2017, 10:40 a.m. Here's our look at the Trump administration and the rest of Washington:Will Trump speak to the nation or rile up his base?U.S. sanctions Russian and Chinese firms that it says are working with North KoreaSecretary of State Rex Tillerson sees 'restraint' by…
  5. Reno streets remain fairly quiet shortly before Trump speech at American Legion convention

    08.23 / 17:55 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Aug. 23, 2017, 10:40 a.m. Here's our look at the Trump administration and the rest of Washington:Will Trump speak to the nation or rile up his base?U.S. sanctions Russian and Chinese firms that it says are working with North KoreaSecretary of State Rex Tillerson sees 'restraint' by…
  6. McGregor dismisses speculation he'll have trouble making weight

    08.23 / 17:55 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Aug. 23, 2017, 10:46 a.m. Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor will face off in Las Vegas at 8:45 p.m. Pacific time Aug. 26. We will have daily coverage leading up to the match and live round-by-round coverage of the fight itself. …
  7. Elon Musk gives first look at SpaceX spacesuit

    08.23 / 16:54 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Elon Musk shared a photo of SpaceX's spacesuits for astronauts who will ride the SpaceX Crew Dragon vehicle to the International Space…
  8. Coming off his free-wheeling Phoenix stop, White House suggests a tamer Trump in Reno

    08.23 / 16:54 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    After a raucous campaign-style appearance in Phoenix, President Trump will face a more sedate setting when he delivers a speech Wednesday to members of the American Legion at their national gathering in Reno. Trump, who seemingly defies convention at every turn, will be following a long…
  9. What the record shows on whether Steve Mnuchin and Louise Linton really 'give more to the economy' than they took

    08.23 / 16:54 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Louise Linton, the actress-model-whatever wife of Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, already has apologized for a certain nasty Instagram post aimed at a citizen who criticized her for bragging about her designer wardrobe during an official trip with her husband.We’re not as interested in the controversy over Linton’s Instagram posts per se, one of which was a childish outburst directed at Jenni Miller, an Ore…
  10. Up from the ashes: Samsung unveils its Note 8 phone

    08.23 / 15:53 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Samsung is trying to move past last year's disastrous Galaxy Note 7 launch with a successor sporting a dual-lens camera, animated messages, expanded note-taking — and lower battery capacity.The South Korean tech giant is no longer trying to squeeze more battery power into each phone. Last y…
  11. Egyptian president to meet with Jared Kushner, but meeting with foreign minister is canceled

    08.23 / 15:53 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Aug. 23, 2017, 8:34 a.m. Here's our look at the Trump administration and the rest of Washington:Will Trump speak to the nation or rile up his base?U.S. sanctions Russian and Chinese firms that it says are working with North KoreaSecretary of State Rex Tillerson sees 'restraint' by North…
  12. San Diego judge wants speedy trial in case of 'Dreamer' who claims he was wrongly removed to Mexico

    08.23 / 15:53 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    A San Diego federal judge wants to expedite the case of a young “Dreamer” who claims to have been wrongfully removed to Mexico despite his protected status, with a trial that could happen in as little as six weeks.Attorneys for Juan Manuel Montes Bojorquez on Tuesday asked the judge for a pre…
  13. Safety first, science second for the eclipse in L.A. schools

    08.23 / 14:53 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    It was safety first, science second — in many cases, a distant second — in Los Angeles schools during the solar eclipse Monday. And some teachers and administrators felt that — out of a lack of preparation and an excess of caution — the L.A. Unified School District flubbed a highly teachable moment.A lot of students across the nation’s second-largest school system were unable to watch the eclipse and were kept …
  14. If Trump pardons Arpaio, he'll reward defiance of the courts, and that's wrong

    08.23 / 14:53 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    President Trump hinted Tuesday night that he planned to pardon former Arizona Sheriff Joseph Arpaio for his federal contempt of court conviction, telling a crowd in Phoenix: “I’ll make a prediction: I think he’s going to be just fine. But I won’t do it tonight because I don’t want to cause any…
  15. Police vow to 'stamp out' violence at San Francisco rally expected to draw white supremacists

    08.23 / 14:53 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    San Francisco police will be out in force Saturday for a rally that is expected to draw white supremacists and counter-protesters who have clashed violently in the past. San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott said he hopes a large police presence can prevent the kind of violence seen in…
  16. New zombie hangout in Vegas. Can you outrun them in Fear the Walking Dead Survival?

    08.23 / 13:54 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Zombies have taken over part of downtown Las Vegas. The new Fear the Walking Dead Survival at the Fremont Street Experience brings guests face-to-face with grotesque creatures thirsting for blood. The attraction is based on the post-apocolyptic TV show “Fear the Walking Dead,” now in its thi…
  17. The Southland's top high school kickers and punters of 2017

    08.23 / 13:54 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    The Southland's top high school kickers and punters of 2017 Nicholas Barr-Mira; Loyola; 6-0; 180; Jr.; Soccer goalie made 50-yard field goal during a junior varsity game. Dylan Brady; Santa Margarita; 6-2; 200; Sr.; Can boom field goals from beyond 50 yards. Ajay Culhane; Oaks Christian;…
  18. Party like its 1717 on a Danube River cruise celebrating Maria Theresa of Austria

    08.23 / 12:54 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Waltz into a grand Austrian celebration this fall on the Danube River on an eight-day cruise marking the 300th birthday of Maria Theresa of Austria, whose one-time titles included Holy Roman Empress; Queen of Hungary, Bohemia, Croatia and Slavonia; Archduchess of Austria; and Duchess of Parma.…
  19. Essential California: L.A. looks to join fight against Trump administration over 'sanctuary' cities

    08.23 / 12:54 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Wednesday, Aug. 23, and here’s what’s happening across California: TOP STORIES Los Angeles vs. Trump The city of Los Angeles announced Tuesday that it is looking to join a legal fight against President Trump’s Department of…
  20. Jerry Lewis was even more generous than his tireless charity work suggested

    08.23 / 12:54 latimes.com LATimes-Tennis
    To the editor: Almost 60 years ago, a high school buddy and I needed some serious advice about pursuing a career in comedy. Without giving it much thought, we marched up to our idol Jerry Lewis’ front door and rang the bell. (“The slapstick, the telethons, ‘L-a-a-a-dy!’ — comic and philanthr…