Nov. 19, 2019
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The partygoers, who were gathered in the backyard to watch a football game, said it was too dark to see the shooters’ faces.
Mark Duplass is mounting a one-man campaign to bring awareness to Ray Romano’s performance in the Netflix drama “Paddleton.”
Two correctional officers responsible for guarding Jeffrey Epstein when he took his own life are expected to face criminal charges this week for falsifying prison records.
Their freedom came hours after the Afghan government freed three Taliban prisoners and sent them to Qatar.
President Trump’s unscheduled visit to Walter Reed medical center raised suspicions about his health, despite the White House’s insistence that he was getting a head start on his annual physical.
Chick-fil-A picked a new lineup of charities for 2020, but it didn’t rule out giving to anti-LGBTQ groups in the future.
L.A. residents are not satisfied with the results of the millions of tax dollars spent on homelessness and think it’s time to break with longstanding practices. But even with those reservations, they would be willing to continue or expand funding, a Times poll found.
The Lakers’ iconic gold jersey is a huge fan favorite, but the team keeps treating the Staples Center faithful to purple threads. What’s up with that?
Lifelong horse lover Opal Hagerty of Escondido didn’t want to die without a final trail ride
“All of that arrogance and cockiness that y’all have seen me use before, God is now using for him,” Kanye West said Sunday at Joel Osteen’s megachurch.
The area of deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest is the largest recorded since 2008 and is about the size of the U.S. states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined.
A gas explosion inside a coal mine in northern China has killed 15 miners and left nine injured, authorities said Tuesday.
Months of protest have driven many Hong Kongers to consider moving abroad and rekindled memories of the 1990s, when hundreds of thousands fled out of fear of communist rule.
Detective Trapp
Clippers coach Doc Rivers challenged a foul and won and it might have been the difference in a victory over the Thunder.
The Chargers’ 24-17 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs was sealed when Philip Rivers was intercepted in the end zone by Daniel Sorensen in the final seconds.
Kedon Slovis wasn’t expected to have a big role with USC’s football team this season. But the quarterback is one of several freshmen to contribute.
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