Nov. 14, 2019
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Unprecedented visualizations have allowed scientists to dig deeper into the details of major earthquakes.
Investigators are probing whether any of the nine recent USC deaths are connected to tainted drugs. Three of the USC deaths were by suicide.
As the industry’s most significant labor dispute in a decade persists into its eighth month, Hollywood’s powerful talent agencies are working on projects that may sideline writers from influential roles in creating new TV and film projects.
It’s a tale of dedication, perseverance and obsession: one man’s effort to write the definitive history of the Illinois Watch Co.
James Harden scored 47 points and the Houston Rockets outlasted the Clippers 102-93 in a wild game that saw coach Doc Rivers ejected in the fourth quarter Wednesday night.
If “Parasite,” “Little Women” and “The Farewell” don’t make the Oscar nomination cut, it’s not going to be pretty.
Celebrity chefs will whip up special Nutella meals for three fans and their guests.
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After last year’s successful gig, musician Alicia Keys will return to host the 2020 Grammy Awards for a second time, and we are here for it.
After six seasons on the sitcom “2 Broke Girls,” “Dollface” star Kat Dennings says she “wanted to burn that waitress uniform.”
LeBron James scores 23 points as the Lakers dominate in a 120-94 win over a Warriors team that no longer resembles the squad from the franchise’s glory days.
Colin Kaepernick is scheduled to take part in a private workout for NFL teams Saturday in Atlanta. Here are the most and least likely teams to sign him.
Daishen Nix, the top point guard prospect in the nation, signed his letter of intent with UCLA on Wednesday. He represents Mick Cronin’s first big signing.
Clancy Pendergast was supposed to resurrect USC’s defense after Justin Wilcox was fired. Instead, the Trojans have been worse under Pendergast’s watch.
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