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The more positive your approach to work assignments, the easier it will be to get them over with. [Read More]
Towns such as Oxnard, Calif., and Latrobe, Pa., are missing out on an annual visit from NFL teams, who will instead train at their home... [Read More]
Chapman Pond is in the Myers Park neighborhood, just a few houses away from the Evans family home. [Read More]
Michael Wu, founder and CEO of Amber Group, tells how Reid Hoffman and Chris Yeah's book, Blitzscaling, changed his life and influenced his company. [Read More]
A new ruling by the Supreme Court could affect hundreds of thousands of women who rely on birth control. [Read More]
The Ivy League announced Wednesday that it has postponed all sporting events until at least January 1 due to the coronavirus pandemic, effectively ... [Read More]
Santa Barbara County reported 121 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the county's total to 3,808 confirmed cases as of July 8. [Read More]
Mark Canha came to Oakland Coliseum on Wednesday and found a new face mask in his locker. Most everyone was given one, but it certainly... [Read More]
One 17-year-old from Wisconsin just set the world record for the number of "Murphs" completed in 24 hours. [Read More]
Three new Supreme Court decisions further erode principles of religious freedom that require the separation of church and state. [Read More]
Disappointing news will come as a shock. [Read More]
A person with knowledge of the decision says the Ivy League will not play sports this fall because of the coronavirus pandemic. [Read More]
"Inspiration Games" will feature world-class athletes around the globe, including at Mt. San Antonio College in California, competing by way of a coordinated video system. [Read More]
Meet the guys behind Venice label Born X Raised. They have a hit Rams collaboration — and designs on the world. [Read More]
Times critics Justin Chang and Glenn Whipp discuss why Spike Lee's 1989 film "Do the Right Thing" is one of the great summer movies. [Read More]
Singer Adam Lambert just sold his entertainer's home in Hollywood Hills for $2.92 million, or $75,000 shy of what he paid in 2014. [Read More]
Three Port of San Diego Harbor Police officers tested positive for coronavirus, the department announced Wednesday. [Read More]
Right-handed pitcher Hector Noesi became the first Pittsburgh Pirates player to opt out from playing this season, citing family reasons, manager Derek Shelton said Wednesday... [Read More]
Office leasing in Los Angeles County fell to its lowest point since the Great Recession in the second quarter as many businesses reeling from coronavirus... [Read More]
State Police have released more information regarding a deadly crash that killed one... [Read More]
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