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Philip Rivers, Melvin Gordon Plagued By Turnovers In Chargers' Loss To Vikings
LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Chargers returned home for the first time in six weeks Sunday and brought with them a familiar ailment, one that has haunted their 2019 season. They turned the ball over seven times in a 39-10 loss to Minnesota, falling
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Senate Impeachment Trial Is Expected. How It Will Work Is Very Uncertain
WASHINGTON - Senate Republicans on Sunday publicly diverged over how to conduct the expected impeachment trial of President Trump, with some calling for allegations against him to be summarily quashed and others advocating a lengthier process that wo
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Appreciation: Anna Karina, More Than Jean-Luc Godard's Muse, Helped Define The French New Wave
If Anna Karina had done nothing more than dance on-screen, she would be one of the lasting treasures of the cinema. Her most famous dance remains as fresh and vivid now as it was 55 years ago. Midway through "Band of Outsiders" (1964), Jean-Luc Godar
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'Jumanji: The Next Level' Tops 'Frozen 2' As Awards Contenders Roll Out
LOS ANGELES - Sony's "Jumanji: The Next Level" unseated Disney's "Frozen 2" from its three-week perch at the top of the box office, and exceeded expectations opening with $60.1 million, according to estimates from measurement firm Comscore. The resul
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Two Horses Die In Same Race At Los Alamitos
Los Alamitos had its first two deaths during daytime thoroughbred racing this year when two horses died in the first race on Saturday. The deaths were not related. Mighty Elijah injured his left front leg in the stretch, according to the stewards. He
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New Angel Anthony Rendon Explains Why He Skipped Nationals' White House Visit
ANAHEIM, Calif. - Anthony Rendon wanted to make one thing perfectly clear. He did not skip the Washington Nationals' visit to the White House as any kind of political protest, or out of any objection to President Trump. "I wanted to go so bad," Rendo
Los Angeles Times2 min cititeSociety
Two Children And A County Probation Officer Are Killed In Shooting At Ontario Home
LOS ANGELES - It started as a routine call for medical attention at an Ontario home early Saturday morning. But with a series of terrifying twists - a husband with gunshot wounds, a wife firing on arriving police, a five-hour hostage standoff - the c
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LeBron James Questionable For Lakers Game Sunday Because Of Sore Elbow
LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Lakers listed LeBron James as questionable for Sunday's game in Atlanta because of a sore right elbow. James collided with Miami star Jimmy Butler during the fourth quarter of the Lakers' 113-110 win over the Heat. James
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Beverly Hills Police Investigate Vandalism At Nessah Synagogue As A Hate Crime
LOS ANGELES - Beverly Hills police are investigating vandalism of Nessah Synagogue on Saturday morning after an employee arrived at the place of worship at 7 a.m. to discover an open door, overturned furniture and damage to several relics. Police are
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Bill Plaschke: What Pressure? Dave Roberts Unflappable During A Winter Of Discontent
LOS ANGELES_In October, he was booed out of Dodger Stadium. In November, he learned the Dodgers might have been cheated out of a championship by a team managed by one of his best friends. Last week, he excitedly offered clues that the Dodgers could b
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Short-handed, Weary Clippers Lose To Bulls To End Road Trip
CHICAGO - As tipoff approached Saturday night, the Los Angeles Clippers and Chicago Bulls found themselves in positions neither wanted to be in. After an 8:45 p.m. tipoff in Minneapolis the previous night, the Clippers arrived at their Chicago hotel
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Sam Farmer: Cowboys Might Not Be As Good As Their Bad Record
ARLINGTON, Texas - The Dallas Cowboys can't take away the football. Nor can they give away the football season. The NFC East is so lousy, the 6-7 Cowboys couldn't be irrelevant if they tried. Even though they have lost seven of their last 10 games, t
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9 Years After Guatemalan Man's Shooting, LAPD Officers Get Help To Identify Indigenous Languages
LOS ANGELES - The officer at the front desk of the LAPD's Rampart station couldn't understand the language the distraught mother and daughter were speaking. So he called over the intercom for help. As she listened to the mother speak, Officer Lucia M
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Arash Markazi: LA Wildcats Look To Use XFL As A Springboard To NFL
LAS VEGAS - Pepper Johnson is still getting to know his players but he recently told them he hopes many of them are gone next year. Johnson won two Super Bowls as a player with the New York Giants and three more as an assistant coach with the New Eng
Los Angeles Times3 min cititePolitics
Scuffles Break Out In Glendale As Rep. Adam Schiff Speaks At Armenian Genocide Event
LOS ANGELES - Scuffles broke out Saturday during a Glendale town hall event on Armenian genocide that was attended by Rep. Adam B. Schiff (D-Burbank), who is at the center of the effort to impeach President Trump. The event at the Glendale Central Li
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Turkey Doubles Down On The Fight In Libya, But Its Sights Are Elsewhere
BEIRUT - Libya's aspiring strongman Khalifa Haftar has besieged Tripoli for months in a bid to enter the capital, unseat the U.N.-recognized government and cement his hold over the country. But the septuagenarian general, who heads a grouping of fact
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Anthony Rendon Should Eliminate The Angels' Long-standing Third-base Woes
ANAHEIM, Calif. - When Troy Glaus ripped a two-run double over the head of Barry Bonds in Game 6 of the 2002 World Series, it didn't just cap an Angels 6-5 come-from-behind win over the San Francisco Giants and practically cement series MVP honors fo
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PG&E's Future Is In Doubt After Newsom Rejects Bankruptcy Plan
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday rejected Pacific Gas & Electric's proposal to pull itself out of bankruptcy, saying its reorganization plan falls "woefully short" of safety requirements set under state law and demanding th
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Paul George, Kawhi Leonard Top 40 Points As Clippers Hold Off Timberwolves
MINNEAPOLIS - On the same night a Los Angeles Clippers duo put on a stunning offensive display, their team barely avoided a defeat of equal measure. Paul George finished with 46 points and Kawhi Leonard scored 42 at Target Center, the 21st time in NB
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Stunt Work Took Sadiqua Bynum From UCLA Gymnast To 'Watchmen' Hero
LOS ANGELES - The fog clears, the music intensifies and Sadiqua Bynum gets to work. Wearing a black, hooded trench coat, she fires a single shot from a gun in her right hand before leaping onto the bed of a pickup truck, where an armed masked man awa
Los Angeles Times3 min cititeSociety
A Judge Ordered The Hadid Mansion In Bel-Air Torn Down. But Now There's A Legal Logjam
LOS ANGELES - A hulking, unfinished mansion perched on a Bel-Air hillside must be torn down to the slab, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge said in a recent ruling, declaring it a "danger to the public." But a bankruptcy filing has put that order on
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Lakers Win 13th In A Row On Road, Giving Heat First Home Loss
MIAMI - A team that just doesn't lose on the road traveled to face a team that just doesn't lose at home. On Friday night in Miami, the Los Angeles Lakers prevailed. They beat the Heat 113-110, handing the Miami its first home loss of the season. The
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Tyler Higbee Has Emerged As A Big Target For Rams Quarterback Jared Goff
LOS ANGELES - His recent highlight-reel exposure might have been a revelation for some, but the dynamic pass-catching ability Los Angeles Rams tight end Tyler Higbee displayed during consecutive 100-yard receiving performances was no surprise to othe
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Más Estadounidenses Están Preparados Para Una Recesión, Gracias A Las Dolorosas Lecciones De La Anterior
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Cuando se produjo la Gran Recesión en 2007, el negocio iba tan lento en la concesionaria de Dodge aquí que Brett Woodruff y sus colegas vendedores jugaban fútbol americano en el lote de autos vacío. Woodruff perdió su casa de tr
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Mary McNamara: The Most Romantic Holiday Gift This Year Is Mel Brooks' 'The Anne Bancroft Collection'
No one stays married for 41 years unless they really mean it, especially in Hollywood. Mel Brooks and Anne Bancroft really meant it. And 14 years after her death, Brooks still means it. Concerned that younger generations might not be familiar with th
Los Angeles Times1 min cititePolitics
Candidates Threaten To Boycott Debate Over Labor Dispute At Loyola Marymount
WASHINGTON - At least three of the seven Democratic presidential candidates who have qualified for next week's scheduled debate in Los Angeles threatened Friday to skip the event to express support for union workers in a contract dispute at Loyola Ma
Los Angeles Times3 min cititePolitics
White House Delays New Tariffs On China
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump will not impose new tariffs on an additional $160 billion of Chinese imports that were scheduled to take effect this weekend, after tentatively signing off Thursday on a so-called phase one trade agreement with Bei
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Virginia Heffernan: Lindsey Graham Can't Stop Spinning And Panting And Disgracing Himself — Just Like Trump
On Wednesday, Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, kicked off a hearing about the Trump-Russia probe by bewailing government surveillance. He sounded like a downright radical. He likened what the FBI did to poor Ru
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Hot Property: 'Beverly Hillbillies' Mansion Sets California Record
LOS ANGELES - Forget the bubbling crude, there's money in real estate, Jed! Classic television watchers may recognize Chartwell from the credits of "The Beverly Hillbillies" sitcom. However, in real estate circles, it has long been considered among L
Los Angeles Times1 min cititePolitics
LAPD Officer Accused Of Fondling Dead Woman's Breasts Is Arrested And Charged
LOS ANGELES - A Los Angeles Police Department officer accused of fondling a dead woman's breasts was arrested Thursday and charged, officials said. David Rojas was taken into custody by the Internal Affairs Division after the district attorney's offi
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