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Business briefly: S&P 500 falls to rare loss; Best Buy taps its first female CEO

Corie Barry will become the fifth CEO in Best Buy’s 53-year history and the company’s first female chief exec.

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Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs goes on IL with sprained ankle

Skaggs, who landed awkwardly trying to field a bunt in Friday's game, says he’s scheduled to throw on Monday afternoon and then have a bullpen session in a few days, so it’s possible he will miss the minimum 10 days.

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Man struck by vehicle in West Long Beach dies days later at hospital

Police were called to Willow Street at the Los Angeles River overpass on a report of a traffic collision involving a pedestrian Thursday, April 11.

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‘It’s very sad’: LA’s priest to French-speaking community can only watch — and remember — as Notre Dame Cathedral burns

Father Germán Sánchez spent many years of worship at the Notre Dame Cathedral. "All humanity has lost a beautiful monument," he said.

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Whicker: Hard to argue that Tiger’s comeback isn’t the ultimate

When Woods won his fifth Masters Sunday he had recovered from a lot more problems than golf provided.

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Julian Assange is a political prisoner for revealing the truth

When the government has the power to tell us what we are allowed to see, hear, and know, we no longer live in a free society.

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California’s DMV crisis could make or break Gavin Newsom

Newsom may or may not become a global leader on immigration issues, as he aspires, but when he seeks re-election in 2022, he’d better have fixed the DMV.

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Loughlin, Giannulli plead not guilty in college scam

BOSTON (AP) — Actress Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, are pleading not guilty to charges they took part in the sweeping college admissions bribery scam, according to court documents filed Monday.

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24 ideas for Easter meals at Southern California casinos

Trying to figure out your Easter dining plans? Here's what the casinos are serving.

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Feel bad for Southern California’s tenants as vacancy tightens and rents climb

You have to feel for local renters. Their options are limited. Rents are soaring. And constructing a solution — both literally and figuratively — is nearly impossible to pull off, politically and economically. But first, let’s ponder how tough it is to be a Southern California renter when just...

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Sacramento moves to widen dog blood supply from exclusively captive donors

One bill in the Legislature would outlaw closed colonies of 'blood slaves,' while another would allow community donations from your pets.

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