Sep. 21, 2019
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The Black Keys made tickets to their Wiltern show nontransferable to third-party vendors, leaving fans who bought tickets from sites such as StubHub turned away at the doors.
Records indicate the bus, carrying Chinese tourists, is based in Monterey Park and crashed near Utah’s Bryce Canyon National Park.
The scandal over Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s brownface photos raises questions about the authenticity of his commitment to identity politics and threatens to disrupt his election chances.
Electronic devices were plugged into a series of outlets in the Conception’s galley. Those outlets are a focus of the investigation into the deadly dive boat fire that killed 34.
The modest response, announced after the White House added new sanctions to Iran’s Central Bank, reflects an attempt to keep mounting tensions from escalating into war.
House Democrats are demanding the release of a whistleblower complaint that reportedly accuses President Trump of making an improper promise to a foreign leader involving Ukraine. Trump has urged an investigation into Joe Biden.
Jennifer Lopez makes a surprise appearance in an update of the revealing Versace dress that broke the internet in 2000. Is this the start of her Oscar campaign?
A diver and maritime history buff has found two schooners that collided and sank into the cold depths of northern Lake Michigan more than 140 years ago.
Thirteen Camp Pendleton-based Marines detained in a human smuggling probe in July are facing a variety of related charges under military law, the 1st Marine Division said Friday.
Swimming pools are now part of the sharing economy. Rent out a homeowner’s spot for a party or just use it as a place to cool off.
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Emmy nominee Sian Clifford met “Fleabag” costar Phoebe Waller-Bridge on a subway. Their fast friendship inspired one of the funniest relationships on TV.
Before a new crop of Emmy winners delivers their acceptance speeches on Sunday night, the Times selects the 10 best — in case the nominees want to study up.
The St. Jude’s pin red carpet push, led by the Red Carpet Advocacy agency, is meant to raise childhood cancer awareness at Sunday’s Emmys Awards.
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