Oct. 17, 2019
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For years, Ed Buck was said to intimidate and harass his political foes in West Hollywood, but that didn’t stop politicians from taking his money.
Maryland Rep. Elijah E. Cummings died Thursday at Johns Hopkins Hospital from complications related to longstanding health challenges, his congressional office said.
Britain and the European Union say they have struck an outline Brexit deal — though it must still be formally approved by the bloc and ratified by the European and U.K. parliaments.
The U.S. ambassador to the European Union tells House impeachment investigators that he disagreed with Trump’s decision to delegate Ukraine foreign policy to Giuliani.
Vice President Mike Pence planned to tell Turkey’s president his country will face more economic sanctions if he doesn’t agree to a cease-fire in Syria. But it’s not clear the diplomatic gambit will succeed.
Several utility executives and political leaders seemed shocked, shocked to find that when electricity is shut off, traffic lights go dark and drivers smash their cars.
Mindfulness therapy can change brain activity in people addicted to opioids, reducing their cravings and making them more responsive to non-opioid rewards.
South Korean gamers have died after playing for days with little food or sleep, leaving the country to ask whether video game addiction is a mental health disorder.
Financier Gary Winnick’s 40,000-square-foot trophy perched above the Bel-Air Country Club is listing at a lofty price amid a mega-mansion glut in Southern California.
The grieving parents of a British teenager who was killed in a car crash involving a U.S. diplomat’s wife said President Trump “doesn’t understand” how much the accident has “broken” their family.
The Animation Is Film Festival showcases the breadth of international animation so L.A. audiences can experience the range the art form has to offer.
Russia’s Mariinsky Ballet performs “La Bayadère” at Segerstrom Center for the Arts before moving to the Music Center for Balanchine’s “Jewels.”
Actor Brian Cox is having a major moment thanks to the success of HBO’s “Succession” and a starring role as Lyndon B. Johnson in “The Great Society,” now on Broadway.
New Angels manager Joe Maddon’s arrival was met with applause from many in the organization who got to know him during his tenure with the team from 1975 to 2005.
Sixty-three players have departed since Chip Kelly’s arrival at UCLA, complicating his rebuilding efforts and putting the Bruins at risk of possible academic penalties.
Coach Frank Vogel says he’s still working on the Lakers’ starting five as LeBron James and Anthony Davis lead the team past the Warriors.
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