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The Dodgers have shut down star hurler Clayton Kershaw indefinitely, manager Dave Roberts tells Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times. The venerable southpaw is dealing... [Read More]
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Facebook makes money by charging advertisers to reach just the right audience for their message - even when that audience is made up of people... [Read More]
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After a shockingly homophobic, racist interview resurfaced, a Los Angeles Times writer says the actor's name shouldn't adorn the facility. [Read More]
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Clayton Kershaw's spring training is not off to a great start. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said his top starter has been shut down indefinitely after... [Read More]
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The Los Angeles Times announced February 21 that one of its prestigious book prizes will be presented to HDS Writer-in-Residence Terry Tempest Williams. [Read More]
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On Monday, Lisa Borders, the CEO of Time's Up, resigned to attend to "family concerns that require my singular focus." According to a new report... [Read More]
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For scientists, the ripple effects of the government shutdown are still spreading Los Angeles Times: Michael Hore, assistant professor of macromolecular science and engineering, spoke about... [Read More]
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The 91st Academy Awards are Sunday. And if you feel like it has taken forever to get here, just think … the 92nd Oscars are... [Read More]
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The Los Angeles Times reported that the last time it snowed in downtown Los Angeles was in 1962... [Read More]
The gender equality initiative Time's Up says its president and CEO resigned because of sexual misconduct allegations against her son. The group on Friday issued... [Read More]
The gender equality initiative Time's Up says its president and CEO resigned because of sexual misconduct allegations against her son. The group on Friday... [Read More]
California's public pension fund, CalPERS, has been one of the biggest Wall Street investors helping prop up the National Enquirer's debt-laden parent company in recent... [Read More]
To the editor: Russian President Vladimir Putin's State of the Nation speech on Feb. 20 was "bellicose" and "threatening" — the Los Angeles Times got... [Read More]
Out west, a storm system is making headlines by unloading feet of snow and creating blizzard-like conditions over the mountains of Arizona and New Mexico.... [Read More]
The Los Angeles Times article "Doctors travel to do abortions where few clinics exist" in Sunday's Dispatch was very educational, while also disturbing to me.... [Read More]
The Los Angeles native was one of four stars who were honored, and made clear she's appreciative of her predecessors when she took the podium,... [Read More]
In 2016, California taxpayers and state workers were major investors in the parent company of the National Enquirer, The Los Angeles Times reported Thursday. ... [Read More]
Californians voted overwhelmingly against Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, but they might be surprised to learn they owned as much as one-third of... [Read More]
During the 2016 presidential campaign, California's massive public pension fund, CalPERS, was one of the biggest investors in the debt-laden owner of the National Enquirer,... [Read More]
Advertisers could reach people interested in perpetrators of the Holocaust and neo-Nazi music, the Los Angeles Times reports. [Read More]
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