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Wednesday’s Democratic debate broadcast, featuring a crowded stage filled with 2020 presidential contenders, attracted the smallest audience yet.
The Times found a rising number of death investigations across the country were complicated or upended after transplantable body parts were taken before a coroner’s autopsy.
In Paradise Clay, a waterfront enclave north of San Francisco, the estate of late comedian and actor Robin Williams is for sale at $7.25 million.
Mexican actress Paola Núñez has paid $1.349 million — or $100,000 over the asking price — for a chic hillside home in Laurel Canyon.
In Woodland Hills, actor Ricky Whittle has bought a custom home for $1.425 million — or $125,000 more than the asking price.
After buying a scenic spot in Encino last year, record producer Cirkut has trimmed the price of his Hollywood Hills contemporary home to $5.495 million.
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As Hollywood’s major unions gird for potentially contentious contract negotiations with major studios, Netflix moves to hash out its own labor deals that could give it a major competitive advantage in the event of a strike.
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