Nov. 13, 2019
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Starting in December, those looking to buy electric vehicles with a price tag of more than $60,000 won’t qualify for rebates — nor will plug-in hybrids with less than 35 miles of all-electric range.
Minutes after the U.S. Supreme Court held a closely watched hearing on DACA, California reacted with student walkouts and pledges of support from top state leaders for young immigrants in the U.S. illegally.
Each of today’s witnesses provided lengthy closed-door depositions in recent weeks, and the transcripts of their testimony have been released, giving us a good idea of what Democrats and Republicans are likely to ask.
Taylor has emerged as a key witness in the impeachment inquiry after delivering explosive closed-door testimony to congressional investigators Oct. 22.
Here’s what to watch — and hope for — from the first public impeachment hearing.
The high-water mark hit 74 inches in Venice, flooding 85% of the city, including St. Mark’s Basilica. One man died on the barrier island of Pellestrina.
The TSA will require fliers to have a Real ID, passport or military ID, starting Oct. 1. But 99 million Americans don’t have any of these and airlines are doing little to notify fliers.
Elizabeth Banks’ Kristin Stewart-starring reboot of venerable TV series “Charlie’s Angels” is a disappointment.
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Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen have worked together before, but Bill Condon’s thriller “The Good Liar” marks their first time co-starring in a movie.
AMC canceled the acclaimed, offbeat “Lodge 49" after two low-rated seasons. The team behind the series believes the right outlet could make it a hit.
The intensely private Joaquin Phoenix opens up about his early reluctance to discuss the violence within ‘Joker.’
Following a year of internal strife, the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles looks for a fresh start with new music director Ernest H. Harrison.
Andrew Friedman, the Dodgers’ president of baseball operations, says the team suspected the Astros were using a system to steal signs during the World Series.
The Lakers rebounded from Sunday’s loss to the Toronto Raptors by defeating a feisty Phoenix Suns team 123-115.
Through three quarters vs. Steelers, Todd Gurley had 12 carries for 73 yards, an average of 6.1 yards per carry. Yet the Ram didn’t have a touch in the fourth.
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