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22% surge in number of older homeless people catches L.A. officials off guard

While L.A.’s overall homeless population dipped slightly in this year's count, those 62 and older rose by 22%, to nearly 5,000 people.

'Monumental' undertaking: Workers finally tame an epic landslide that reshaped the coast and blocked Highway 1

Caltrans has fixed freeways collapsed by quakes and pushed roads through steep mountains. But the more than a year of work to remove a mountain of mud off Highway 1 in Big Sur was one for record books.

Oath Keepers break their promise, bail on planned far-right protest at Maxine Waters' office

The Oath Keepers, a far-right anti-government group that purports to have many former veterans as members, has said that they will be protesting outside of Rep. Maxine Waters district office this afternoon.

Trump faces growing storm on car import tariffs at Commerce hearing

Comcast’s early morning announcement hands a key victory to Disney Chief Executive Bob Iger, who has agreed to spend $71 billion for the Fox assets.

White House withdraws 9th Circuit nominee amid criticism over his college writings

Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.), the Senate’s only African American Republican, said he had reservations about some of Bounds’ college writings, which dealt with racial divisions on campus.

From obscurity to political stardom: How viral videos are reshaping elections

Across the country, congressional candidates who weren't even on the radar in their districts have catapulted into political stardom with the help of outside-the-box campaign videos.

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Comic-Con 2018: The best booths from the exhibition hall floor

Once again, downtown San Diego has been overtaken by superheroes, vampires and even time lords, but some of the best eye candy can still be found on the exhibition floor of the San Diego Convention Center.

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