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Trump invokes executive privilege in fight over census citizenship question

A House committee moves to hold William Barr and Wilbur Ross in contempt for not turning over 2020 census documents as Trump asserts executive privilege.

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Hong Kong extradition bill violence escalates as police fire tear gas and rubber bullets at protesters

People have massed outside Hong Kong government headquarters to oppose the extradition bill, the largest protest since pro-democracy demonstrations in 2014.

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This election was a bigger rout than the Measure EE failure. Readers vote 9 to 1 against this columnist

LAUSD's Measure EE parcel tax got clobbered last week at the polls, and my column blaming local apathy got voted down 9 to 1 by angry readers.

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The all-male, ultra-elite Bohemian Grove meets 2019

If and when the revolution comes, the masses would be strained to find a better symbol of moneyed, mutually beneficial power than the all-male Bohemian Grove.

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Towing a car can be financially ruinous. Should California cities do it anyway?

A bill proposed in Sacramento would stop cities from towing cars that have been left on the street for 72 hours or have five or more unpaid parking tickets.

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Kim Goldman’s crusade: Make O.J. Simpson pay and never forget

For 25 years, Kim Goldman has been the ultimate thorn in O.J. Simpson's side, with lawsuits, podcast, interviews and more. She says she's just getting started

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A California desert town sees surge in migrants as border crisis worsens

Border Patrol agents are dropping off immigrants, mostly Central American, in remote California small towns to be cared for by nonprofits and local officials.

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The world’s largest pot farms, and how Santa Barbara opened the door

When Santa Barbara County opened the doors to large-scale cannabis cultivation, a largely unregulated rush led by moneyed interests ensued.

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Gov. Newsom and legislators at odds over homelessness spending

Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders haven't yet agreed on how to spend $650 million earmarked to fight homelessness.

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L.A. politicians want to make this Irish bar a historical and cultural landmark

A panel of L.A. officials recommended enshrining Tom Bergin’s, an Irish bar that now sits shuttered on Fairfax Avenue, as a historic monument.

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Review: New shows from Adam Savage, Gordon Ramsay and the Cousteaus make expertise sexy again

New series "Savage Builds," "Legends of the Deep" and "Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted" make engaging entertainment from displays of knowledge and capability.

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Raiders to appear in the next edition of HBO's ‘Hard Knocks’

The Oakland Raiders will be featured in the next installment of HBO's "Hard Knocks."

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Trump invokes executive privilege in fight over census citizenship question

A House committee moves to hold William Barr and Wilbur Ross in contempt for not turning over 2020 census documents as Trump asserts executive privilege.

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Hundreds turn out for Moscow protest sparked by journalist Ivan Golunov’s arrest

The rally came one day after a stunning police decision to drop charges against Golunov, but activists said they should not stand down.

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Inglewood’s class of 2019 is graduating with top honors in navigating adversity

Staying upright and on track at a school and in a community that others write off is its own kind of triumph.

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Slack’s stock market debut may value the workplace chat app at $17 billion

Slack Technologies Inc. is expected to be valued by investors at $16 billion to $17 billion when it lists its shares publicly.

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Las Vegas' new airport-to-the-Strip ride-hailing service may be one of the cheapest

Trip to Strip, run by Las Vegas' local transportation authority, offers fixed-price trips 27/7, using existing bus stops as access points.

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Review: At Bulgarini in Altadena, a gelato master tries his hand at pasta

At his tiny Altadena restaurant, Leo Bulgarini serves a pleasantly eccentric tasting menu featuring handmade pasta and artisanal gelato.

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