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One of the biggest winners of Grammys night wasn’t just Cardi B, who was the first female solo artist to win for rap album, but Kollin Carter, the stylist who put the singer into a series of internet-breaking outfits by the French designer Thierry Mugler. “One day I was with a friend and I...

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SpongeBob sang it best: “It’s going to be a good one, just wait and see.” Nickelodeon announced Monday that it will celebrate the 20th anniversary of “SpongeBob Squarepants” with the “Best Year Ever”: a tribute that will launch this July with a one-hour special on TV, leading up to a...

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Donald Trump can’t win in 2020 but the Democrats can lose, and they seem determined to give it their best shot. Straight-line predictions are the undoing of every pundit and prognosticator. But it seems safe to say that if present trends hold, President Trump has no path to winning a majority...

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Here comes the Brad Ausmus Era. For the first time this century, the Angels report to spring training with a manager not named Mike Scioscia. There will be a lot of attention on what Ausmus does to alter the baseball landscape in Anaheim. But there are other issues and topics to monitor as...

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Authorities are searching for the mother of a newborn girl found in the middle of a rural road in Central California in near-freezing temperatures. KFSN-TV reports the baby, believed to be only hours old, was covered with just a blanket when a newspaper carrier found her before dawn Monday on the...

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Here’s what we’ve learned in the NHL from the last week: Artemi Panarin continues on the path toward free agency The gifted forward, who has said he won’t re-sign with Columbus because he plans to become an unrestricted free agent July 1, recently became a client of agent Paul Theofanous, who...

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For his fall and winter 2019 men’s and women’s runway collection presented here Sunday night, Prabal Gurung explored hippie chic by way of Kathmandu. The resulting clothes were a madcap mash-up of colors, patterns and fabrications that wasn’t for the faint of heart – and might be too much...

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Los Angeles is abandoning a plan to spend billions of dollars rebuilding three natural gas power plants along the coast, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Monday, in a move to get the city closer to its goal of 100% renewable energy and improve air quality in highly polluted communities. The mayor’s...

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On the fifth day of deliberations, at least one juror in the federal case against Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman appears confused about how to handle the complex set of charges against the Mexican drug kingpin. After spending the morning once again sifting through and likely debating some parts of...

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WarnerMedia will first launch a beta of its new streaming service with content from its library in the fourth quarter, followed by the introduction of original content on the platform in 2020, an executive said on Monday. “It is our belief over time it will become one of the sought-after...

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When James Cordero crossed back into the United States from Tijuana on Christmas Eve, he thought he would be making a quick run to his car to get the rest of the donated toys he planned to bring back across to a migrant shelter. Instead, Cordero, a U.S. citizen, spent more than two hours in an...

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Twenty years ago, Martin Quezada was told the end was nigh. The sun was setting on the typewriter. Computers were king. Twenty years later, Quezada’s shop, International Office Machines in San Gabriel, is still in business. The downturn happened. But it did not defeat Quezada, now 61, who kept...

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An employee at a Gardena manufacturing plant was fatally injured Monday when a machine he was cleaning somehow turned on, authorities said. The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health was notified of the accident at German Machined Products Inc. and has opened an investigation, said...

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Phil Mickelson is closing in on three decades on the PGA Tour and a half-century on Earth, and he still feels his best golf is good enough. He was at his best at Pebble Beach, and no one had a chance. A Monday finish brought on by rain and a freak hail storm was only a minor inconvenience for the...

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Times Community Newspapers (TCN), a division of the Los Angeles Times, publishes four newspapers: Burbank Leader, Glendale News-Press, La Cañada Valley Sun and the Daily Pilot (serving Orange County). The TCN newspapers maintain separate editorial and business staffs from that of The Times, and...

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With “Call of Duty,” Activision Blizzard Inc. had a flagship title that customers would shell out for year after year. And with “World of Warcraft,” the firm had a product so enthralling gamers would pay for a subscription, expansions and in-game transactions. But the rise of competition...

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La apertura de la 61ª edición de los Premios Grammy fue un poderoso y rápido espectáculo de música latina iluminada con luces brillantes y giros vertiginosos a través de canciones y bailes centrados en la cantante Camila Cabello y otras personalidades de la música latina, entre las que...

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In the largest wage-theft case ever brought by the state of California against a private company, the labor commissioner has cited a City of Industry drywall subcontractor for cheating more than 1,000 workers out of minimum wage, overtime and rest breaks on 35 construction sites across Los...

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Mike Pompeo, U.S. Secretary of State, said Monday that America might be forced to scale back certain operations in Europe and elsewhere if countries continue to do business with the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei. Pompeo made the comments in Budapest on the first leg of a five-nation...

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Pop the champagne. After a series of price cuts, “Pawn Stars” celebrity Chumlee has sold his Las Vegas party pad for $1.375 million. It’s found about five miles off the Vegas Strip, but the desert dwelling has still seen its fair share of action. Three years ago, police searched the home and...

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