Dec. 6, 2019
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Pete Buttigieg is also rising among California Democratic primary voters, a poll for The Times finds. Michael Bloomberg is the most unpopular candidate.
Los Angeles County transportation officials will study whether drivers who are alone in their cars and are willing to pay a toll should have access to the 405 Freeway’s carpool lane through the Sepulveda Pass.
The Supreme Court weighs whether people who are homeless have a right to sleep on sidewalks if cities don’t provide enough shelter beds to house everyone.
President Trump asked the Supreme Court on Thursday to void a subpoena from the House of Representatives seeking his financial records from his accounting firm. The Constitution shields him from any financial disclosure, his lawyers assert.
About 50 people died in Uber collisions in each of the last two years, at a rate about half the national average for automotive fatalities.
Nye’s suit against Disney says it improperly held onto millions in profits from his popular TV show. A trial will take place in May, says a judge.
With “Blurred Lines,” Robin Thicke went from R&B crooner to pop idol to leering disgrace in less than a year. Now, he’s mounting a comeback, with help from reality TV.
Matt Moore hadn’t really thought about playing in the NFL again until Chiefs coach Andy Reid called him out of the blue after backup quarterback Chad Henne got hurt.
Former “America’s Got Talent” judge Julianne Hough commends copanelist Gabrielle Union and NBC for investigating the talent show after a series of complaints.
Two story lines thread through the award-winning French animated film ‘I Lost My Body,’ one tracking a hand’s search through Paris for its lost arm.
Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo will see Clippers’ Kawhi Leonard on the court for the first time since he couldn’t get past the Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference Finals in May.
Sports bettors in Las Vegas have been backing the Rams against the Seattle Seahawks. An opening line of Seattle -2.5 had dropped to pick-’em by late Wednesday.
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