Nov. 13, 2019
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Igor Dvorskiy acknowledged that he pocketed nearly $150,000 from William “Rick” Singer, a Newport Beach consultant at the center of the college admissions scandal.
Starting in December, those looking to buy electric vehicles with a price tag of more than $60,000 won’t qualify for rebates — nor will plug-in hybrids with less than 35 miles of all-electric range.
Minutes after the U.S. Supreme Court held a closely watched hearing on DACA, California reacted with student walkouts and pledges of support from top state leaders for young immigrants in the U.S. illegally.
Each witness provided lengthy closed-door depositions in recent weeks, and the transcripts of their testimony have been released, giving us a good idea of what Democrats and Republicans are likely to ask.
Taylor has emerged as a key witness in the impeachment inquiry after delivering explosive closed-door testimony to congressional investigators Oct. 22.
Here’s what to watch — and hope for — from the first public impeachment hearing.
The high-water mark hit 74 inches in Venice, flooding 85% of the city, including St. Mark’s Basilica. One man died on the barrier island of Pellestrina.
The TSA will require fliers to have a Real ID, passport or military ID, starting Oct. 1. But 99 million Americans don’t have any of these and airlines are doing little to notify fliers.
Elizabeth Banks’ Kristin Stewart-starring reboot of venerable TV series “Charlie’s Angels” is a disappointment.
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Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen have worked together before, but Bill Condon’s thriller “The Good Liar” marks their first time co-starring in a movie.
AMC canceled the acclaimed, offbeat “Lodge 49" after two low-rated seasons. The team behind the series believes the right outlet could make it a hit.
The intensely private Joaquin Phoenix opens up about his early reluctance to discuss the violence within ‘Joker.’
Following a year of internal strife, the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles looks for a fresh start with new music director Ernest H. Harrison.
Andrew Friedman, the Dodgers’ president of baseball operations, says the team suspected the Astros were using a system to steal signs during the World Series.
The Lakers rebounded from Sunday’s loss to the Toronto Raptors by defeating a feisty Phoenix Suns team 123-115.
Through three quarters vs. Steelers, Todd Gurley had 12 carries for 73 yards, an average of 6.1 yards per carry. Yet the Ram didn’t have a touch in the fourth.
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