Sep. 19, 2019
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President Trump’s attorneys argued that California can only impose “procedural” election rules, not one as sweeping as disclosure of tax returns.
A vote on the former California congressman’s nomination to head U.S. Trade and Development agency is delayed until a Senate panel reviews his FBI file.
North America has lost nearly 3 billion birds since 1970, and the continent has also seen widespread population declines among hundreds of bird species.
Border Patrol agents are taking over “credible-fear” interviews at detention centers as part of a push to have law enforcement screen asylum seekers.
Crew member Ryan Sims filed a lawsuit naming Truth Aquatics Inc., Worldwide Diving Adventures and Conception owner Glen Fritzler as defendants.
President Trump says San Francisco is in “serious violation” with “tremendous pollution.” His remarks appear to be part of an ongoing critique of homelessness in major cities.
Daniel Morris’ record of dishonesty illustrates the type of important evidence about law enforcement misconduct that was long kept secret in California.
Take a look at what roughly $2 million buys right now in the beach towns of Venice, Malibu and Manhattan Beach.
New images are emerging of Canadian leader Justin Trudeau in brownface and blackface makeup at costume parties just as he faces a crucial election.
The debate over whether to fund a 64-unit homeless housing complex in Chatsworth will now head to the Los Angeles City Council.
Critic Bill Addison reviews breakfast, lunch and dinner at Walter and Margarita Manzke’s La Brea restaurant, Republique.
Benny Gantz and his opposition Blue and White party have held a steady lead over Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Likud party.
U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo had described the attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil industry as an “act of war.” The U.S. links Iran to the assault.
Camouflaged vaping devices have teachers and parents struggling to monitor the usage of a product that has surged in popularity among high school-aged kids.
Cameron Crowe explains how he’s updated his love letter to the Led Zeppelin and Lynyrd Skynyrd era — and tweaked the key part of a teen girl groupie.
In Moira Rose, the matriarch of the Emmy-nominated “Schitt’s Creek,” Catherine O’Hara has found the role of a lifetime and created a character that hilariously redefines the term “fashion victim.”
“Saved by the Bell” star Mark-Paul Gosselaar doesn’t know why NBC didn’t approach him for the reboot of his beloved sitcom for its new streaming service.
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