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As the death toll from Spain’s terrorist attacks rose to 14, police were still hunting Friday for the driver of the van that plowed at high speeds into pedestrians on a popular promenade in Barc
Steve Bannon, President Trump's self-styled liaison to the far right, has departed the White House in the latest staff turmoil, the White House said in a statement. “White House Chief of Staff J
Tehran, Aug 18, IRNA – Iran is ready to transfer 500,000 barrels of oil from the Caspian Sea countries per day in the form of swap deals, an official in Iran's oil sector said.
WATCH: The full interview with the 'Hamilton' creative team here.MORE "HAMILTON":The birth of 'Hamilton,' told by the man who was in the room where it happenedHe's your Aaron Burr, sir: 'Hamilto
Uber’s co-founder and former chief executive, Travis Kalanick, struck back at venture capital firm Benchmark this week when he sought to dismiss a fraud lawsuit Benchmark had filed against him,
Marshawn Lynch spoke to reporters as the Oakland Raiders broke training camp on Thursday, and the man who was known for being a tough interview before his one-year retirement from the NFL actually
What’s in season: A summer favorite, mounds of corn are piling up at market stands. Corn’s season typically runs from the hot summer months through early fall. Fans of white and yellow varieti
Two off-duty Oakland firefighters were shot in San Jose, one of them fatally. KTVU-TV reports the firefighters, ages 30 and 26, were both shot Thursday night after leaving an event. Oakland Fire B
The base colour of the note, to be launched by RBI soon, is fluorescent blue
Hi, and welcome to another edition of Dodgers Dugout. My name is Houston Mitchell, and if you go to bed before the Dodger game ends each night, then you are missing the best part of the season. Un
Tony Schwartz, who ghostwrote "The Art of the Deal." (Rex Features via AP Images) A writer who has known President Trump for three decades thinks his time in the White House is almost up.Tony Sc
UNDERRATED Brigette Lundy-Paine in “Atypical”: This Netflix series primarily about the dating misadventures of a high-functioning autistic teenager is far from perfect, despite its often smart
From "Raging Bull" to "Soapdish" and "Casper," identity formation is key to her career.
Removing Confederate monuments doesn't erase history. Erecting them does. Museums - or cemeteries - are more fitting final resting places for these relics of the past.
Peltz' move puts pressure on P&G for more meaningful improvements
WATCH: The full interview with the 'Hamilton' creative team here.MORE "HAMILTON":The birth of 'Hamilton,' told by the man who was in the room where it happenedHe's your Aaron Burr, sir: 'Hamilto
Bank notes of Rs 50 denomination issued by RBI in earlier series will continue to be legal tender
There are plenty of folks out there who deny the existence of climate change or refuse to accept that humans are responsible. Here's what you should say to them to convince them otherwise.
Motown great Smokey Robinson parted with this Encino home 15 years ago after more than a decade of ownership. Since then, the handsome Southern Colonial, which the singer-songwriter sold for about
Is this the end of Public Service Loan Forgiveness? Here are 7 things you need to know.
The new denomination has motif of Hampi with Chariot on the reverse, depicting the countryâ??s cultural heritage. The base colour of the note is Fluorescent Blue,â? RBI said in a statement on Fr
Today’s column addresses questions about when and how to file in different situations, the ramifications of having a public pension and sequencing widow(er)'s and retirement benefits.
The Boston Red Sox will ask the city to rename Yawkey Way, the street alongside Fenway Park, to change what owner John Henry called a haunting reminder of the ballclub's history of racial intolera
In 1923, as Los Angeles continued the aqueduct-fueled boom that saw the city expand from its densely packed historic core to a sprawling metropolis, an enterprising Oakland real estate developer s
It's easy to be scammed when someone steals your credit card number, which just happened to me. Here's how to protect yourself.
President Trump’s announcement Wednesday that he was dissolving his two major councils of business leaders undoubtedly brought a sense of relief to many of the member CEOs — they wouldn’t ha
Realizing the need for providing cushion to individuals and corporates from virus and malware attacks on digital platforms, SBI General Insurance Company Ltd is mulling to come out with a product that
The Eurasian Development Bank in its July edition of macroeconomic indices predicted a 5.4% economic growth for Armenia in 2017.
Starting at the age of 8, Liam Douglass began a nine-year lobbying campaign to persuade his parents to let him play football. At 10, Douglass went on YouTube to learn how to do a PowerPoint presen
If you can't make it to the path of totality, that's okay - there are ways to experience the Great American Eclipse online.
Historically, Orange County has the highest median sales price for single-family homes among the five counties of the Southland. Here’s a look at what $1 million buys in three of its neighborhoo
The Southland’s top high school offensive linemen of 2017 Alec Anderson; Etiwanda; 6-5; 280; Sr.; Washington State commit comes from athletic family. Jarrett Bell; Norco; 6-5; 290; Sr.; Summer d
Honda showed up early for the hydrogen fuel cell party, getting to market before Toyota’s Mirai and Hyundai’s Tuscon with an early version of its current Clarity sedan.Now the company is incre
This Z4 concept was officially showcased on Thursday ahead of the car going on sale in 2018. And what you see today is pretty much what you should expect to get in 12 month's time.
TV personality Jeff Corwin hiked to the top of an active volcano in Greece, rappelled down steep cliffs in Montenegro and went scuba diving off the coast of Croatia. It all happened during an epis
Threats by US President Donald Trump to rain down "fire and fury" on North Korea preceded the biggest equity outflows in 10 weeks, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch#39;s data.
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Thursday, Aug. 17, and here’s what’s happening across California: TOP STORIES They’re coming down Memorials honoring
These days you can check into hotels, even those with an illustrious past, full-time as an owner because many are being turned into houses
Fun and funky ideas for your favorite college student.
Feel like your interview process is stretching on for months? Well, it just might be.
When far-right activist Kyle Chapman took to Facebook last week urging followers to attend upcoming rallies in the Bay Area, he was downright gleeful about taking the fight to the celebrated liber
Facing criticism over his department’s handling of a drug overdose involving the then-dean of USC’s medical school, Pasadena’s police chief this week issued a directive reminding officers th
Put dozens of boys in a new school in South L.A., the first one in Los Angeles Unified devoted to young men. Give them ties to knot over sweater vests bearing their names and the logo of the Boys
Organizers of the upcoming 67th Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance say there will be something new on the storied 18th green this year: diversity. The glamorous automotive beauty contest, held Sun
To the editor: It is beyond belief that any rational parent in the 21st century would not vaccinate their children. Myths of vaccinations causing autism and other side effects have been debunked f
On the night of Feb. 20, 1939, 20,000 Nazi sympathizers gathered at a “Pro-America Rally” inside Madison Square Garden in New York City. They proclaimed George Washington the “first fascist
A terrorist attack in Barcelona has left more than a dozen dead, and police say they thwarted a second attack nearby. I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some sto
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