Jan. 29, 2020
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The chopper hit the hillside at an elevation of 1,085 feet, about 20 to 30 feet above an outcropping of the hill. But even if the pilot had been able to fly above that outcropping, he would have faced new hazards ahead.
In their final arguments, lawyers broadly dismissed the elephant in the Senate chamber: a reported firsthand account from John Bolton.
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Paul Wilson once loathed Scott Sanders, who defended the killer of Wilson’s wife. But the Orange County “snitch scandal” led to an unlikely friendship.
Concern has grown from university officials and Iranian American groups amid mounting political tensions between the Trump administration and Iran, culminating in the U.S. drone strike that killed Iranian Gen. Qassem Suleimani.
The University of California and California State University are overcrowded without space for all qualified in-state students.
Residents of the exclusive Santa Barbara County beach are represented by a conservative legal foundation to fight a new state law.
Alarmed by a trend of people livestreaming violent crimes, a California state senator proposed Tuesday to require social media websites including Facebook to remove photographs or video of crimes posted by alleged perpetrators when a request is made by victims.
The fried chicken chain will serve faux nuggets in two southern markets as the El Segundo maker of plant-based meat expands into the poultry market.
After #metoo, the actors’ union releases guidelines for the use of intimacy coordinators on film sets to help protect actors from abuse.
There have been additional small changes to tax laws that will keep taxpayers and preparers on their toes.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show is a gawker’s delight. The health and fitness section was jammed with products that use sophisticated sensors or smart fabrics designed to fix your posture, detect sleep apnea and noninvasively estimate your blood sugar level.
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Ford says everyone is haunted by bad plays, so his offside penalty that cost Chiefs a chance to go to 2019 Super Bowl won’t define him.
Kobe Bryant had a strong pre-draft workout for the Clippers in 1996. But coach Bill Fitch told Bryant they didn’t want to subject him to the organization’s woes.
Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive end Chris Doleman, one of the NFL’s most feared pass rushers during 15 seasons in the league, has died at 58.
“Easy Rider’s” chopper “Captain America” got trashed too. Hank Willis Thomas crunches history, race and Hollywood tropes in his first solo show in L.A.
Now you can explore Hollyhock House, Frank Lloyd Wright’s first L.A. project, from the comfort of your laptop.
Reasons for cutting scenes from a movie vary. Here’s why ‘Little Women,’ ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ ‘Parasite’ and others didn’t keep everything they shot.
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway agreed to sell its BH Media unit and its 30 daily newspapers to Lee Enterprises, including the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
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