Aug. 21, 2019
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In a small town, it can be hard to be any kind of different. But sometimes a person can be so much a part of the fabric of life that he sets his own rules.
After listing for $1 billion last year, a 157-acre Beverly Hills property called the Mountain has sold at foreclosure auction for $100,000 to the estate of Herbalife founder Mark Hughes, the property’s previous owner.
Trump’s comments came amid his ongoing feud with Democratic congresswomen Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, both Muslim.
Wilfredo Vides was employed as a gang intervention counselor by a nonprofit funded with public money. He was also an active MS-13 gang member, prosecutors say.
The breaking off of talks between Disney and Sony Pictures means Spider-Man will not appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe going forward.
Hundreds of law enforcement colleagues join family and friends Tuesday in mourning a California Highway Patrol motorcycle officer who was gunned down during a traffic stop.
Investigators are set to release photos of a car linked to the man who allegedly stabbed to death a retired Cal State Fullerton administrator who was working as a consultant.
Fearful of upsetting hardcore supporters while running for reelection, President Trump has backed away from new restrictions on gun sales while echoing the talking points of pro-gun activists.
Clippers superstar Kawhi Leonard understands the realities children and families are facing as the new school year begins, LZ Granderson writes.
A 400-pound security robot that was knocked over by a vandal last month in Hayward may have taken a photo of its attacker.
Two teenage boys got the scare of a lifetime when a bear sauntered into a vacation home, interrupting their Saturday night TV-watching, to help itself to a meal of taco meat, two pints of ice cream and crackers.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom accused President Trump of trying to scuttle California’s strict car emissions standards to help the oil industry, calling it a “pathetic” decision that was disguised as a way to assist automobile manufacturers.
Clayton Kershaw passes Sandy Koufax on the Dodgers’ all-time wins list and benefits from a deluge of offense in a 16-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays.
Sophomore JT Daniels is chosen by USC coach Clay Helton to be the Trojans’ starter at quarterback. Daniels started 11 games last season.
The Clippers and Tyronn Lue have agreed on terms to have the former Cavaliers coach join the staff as a top assistant.
Galaxy reserves see plenty of playing time as team falls to Cruz Azul, 2-1, in the Leagues Cup semifinals.
Taylor Swift’s last four albums have each sold more than 1 million copies in the first week, but “Lover,” due Friday, is predicted to do considerably fewer.
A fourth “Matrix” movie is in the works at Warner Bros., with Keanu Reeves reprising his role as Neo and with the film’s co-creator, Lana Wachowski, also on board.
Eon Productions revealed the title on Tuesday, and the milestone film’s name seems to strike a similar urgent-yet-matter-of-fact tone like classic 007 flicks.
English actor and musician Johnny Flynn will portray David Bowie in Salon Pictures’ upcoming biopic “Stardust,” also starring Jena Malone and Marc Maron.
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