July 22, 2019
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Former special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s testimony to Congress this week may not drop any new bombshells about the now-concluded Russia investigation. But it could spur a new wave of Democrats to push for impeachment proceedings against the president.
China is tracking gamers and punishing young players for “excessive” playtime — with the help of American companies, including Riot Games.
Secretary of State Pompeo is shifting America’s human rights focus abroad to the mistreatment of Christians, rather than LGBTQ and women’s rights.
Equifax will pay up to $700 million to settle with the Federal Trade Commission and others over a 2017 data breach that exposed Social Security numbers and other private information of nearly 150 million people.
Krassner was a key figure in the swirling cultural upheaval that began in the late 1950s and continued through the Vietnam era. He founded the influential underground magazine the Realist. He also coined the term “Yippie” in 1967 and co-founded the Youth International Party.
India’s space agency says it has launched an unmanned spacecraft a week after aborting the mission due to a technical problem.
A bullet fired from the street entered a home and killed a 59-year-old Long Beach woman.
As actress Felicity Huffman awaits sentencing on a charge of fraud conspiracy, her colleagues on Netflix’s “Otherhood” movie speak out on her behalf.
HUD says L.A. failed to ensure properties built with public money were accessible to people who use wheelchairs or have other disabilities.
Emotional support animals are still an uncommon breed in law enforcement, but their numbers are growing in California.
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The actor appears set on shaking up his real estate portfolio, listing both his Encino home and a Lake Arrowhead retreat for sale.
In the Hollywood Hills, a newly remodeled home brings together Japanese and traditional design details. Asking price: $7.9 million.
Besides Marvel’s “Phase 4" slate, this year’s Comic-Con was defined by a dearth of major studio movies. The question is, did anyone care?
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