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Pat Robertson, broadcaster who helped turn religious right into political force, dies at 93
Pat Robertson, a religious broadcaster who parlayed the success of his pioneering television ministry into the first serious bid by an evangelical leader for the U.S. presidency, has died.
Annie Lam’s consulting business has flourished during her husband’s unusually long tenure as speaker.
John Barber and Jeff Ranen left the law firm Lewis Brisbois to start their own rival practice. Then their old firm revealed their misogynistic and vile remarks.
Tens of millions of Americans were under air quality alerts as smoke and pollution from wildfires in Canada settled over New York and other East Coast cities.
The elimination of about 13% of the newsroom staff is the first major retrenchment since the paper was acquired five years ago by Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong and his wife, Michele.
After the 1980 actors’ strike, Asner criticized the final deal. As the actors consider walking out alongside writers, his reasons why seem prescient, Times columnist Mary McNamara writes.
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The Florida governor, who is running for president, says California has essentially invited migrants with its welcoming policies.
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One in 10 residents in Los Angeles County are burdened by medical debt. And the uninsured aren’t the only ones vulnerable to debilitating health bills.
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Soccer superstar Lionel Messi is poised to join David Beckham’s MLS team Inter Miami, marking the biggest transaction in league history.
The Vatican says the pope spent a good first night in the hospital after an operation to remove intestinal scar tissue and repair his abdominal wall.
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