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Boulder supermarket shooter identified as 21-year-old man
A suspect was in custody in the fatal shooting of 10 people, including a police officer, at a Boulder, Colo., grocery store.
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U.S. Capitol locked down after car rams security barricade. An officer is dead
A car slams into a security barricade near the U.S. Capitol. The driver wielded a knife and was shot. One officer is dead, another injured.
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Crowd grows in Huntington Beach before competing rallies
Crowds gathered near the Huntington Beach pier Sunday before a so-called White Lives Matter rally.
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DMX, hip-hop powerhouse, Dead at 50
Born Earl Simmons, the New York-based rapper and actor was hospitalized after having a heart attack following a drug overdose.
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Orange gunman locked gates of office complex before killing 4; police say he knew victims
Police in Orange search for a motive after a mass shooting inside a business complex leaves four people dead and a woman injured.
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Multiple people shot, gunman dead at FedEx facility in Indianapolis
Multiple people were shot at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis and the suspected gunman killed himself, police said.
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Crackdown at Echo Park homeless encampment begins as LAPD moves in, clashes with protesters
After nearly 100 people chose to either strike or abandon their tents and accept shelter in downtown hotels, a few dozen campers remained in Echo Park, vowing to resist a massive city effort
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California plans to lift most virus restrictions June 15
California plans to lift most coronavirus restrictions on businesses and workplaces June 15. Officials say enough people should be vaccinated by then to allow life to approach a pre-pandemic normal.
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Former NFL player Phillip Adams kills five people and then himself, source says
Former NFL player Phillip Adams killed five people, including a prominent doctor, his wife and two grandchildren, a source says.
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Vice President Kamala Harris will lead response to migrant issue as numbers rise at border
The vice president's responsibilities will involve diplomatic relations with El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras to address root causes of migration.
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Dodger Stadium’s new look
With the Los Angles Dodgers home opener on April 9, fans will finally see the completion of nearly two years of renovations of Dodger Stadium.
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Biden promotes $2-trillion infrastructure plan
President Biden touted his $2.3-trillion infrastructure plan Wednesday, hoping to summon public support to push past the Republicans lining up against the massive effort.
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Jeff Grosso: One year later
Jeff Grosso died one year ago. Members of the skateboarding community who knew him well – Christian Hosoi, Lizzie Armanto and Jim Gray – reflect on his legacy and how he changed the sport forever.
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CDC updates school guidance for in-person learning
The CDC says pupils can sit 3 feet apart in classrooms, changing from the 6-foot rule that forced some schools to remove desks and stagger scheduling.
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Bernie Madoff, Ponzi scheme mastermind, dies at 82
Bernie Madoff, who came to epitomize Wall Street corruption with his epic $65-billion Ponzi scheme, has died in prison of natural causes at age 82.
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At least 51 dead in Taiwan's worst train crash, dozens injured
A train partially derailed in Taiwan on Friday after colliding with an unoccupied vehicle that had rolled down a hill.
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Trains collide in southern Egypt, killing at least 32
Two trains collided Friday in southern Egypt, causing three passenger cars to flip over and killing and injuring scores of passengers.
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Jay Leno apologizes for past racist Asian jokes
Jay Leno has issued an apology for racist jokes he's made at the expense of Asians. He said he regretted his "screw ’em if they can't take a joke" attitude.
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Tiger Woods was driving nearly twice the speed limit before he crashed
Tiger Woods was speeding when he crashed an SUV in Southern California less than two months ago, authorities said Wednesday.
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Harvey Weinstein indicted on sex assault charges in Los Angeles, faces extradition from N.Y.
A grand jury returned an indictment against Harvey Weinstein in L.A. County in connection with the sexual assaults of five women between 2004 and 2013.
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Dodgers opening day 2021: What fans missed the most
For opening day of the 2021 baseball season, fans were finally allowed back into Dodger Stadium, though no more than 15,000 fans to start. We asked them what they missed most about being at a game.
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Biden urges stricter gun laws after Colorado shooting
In his first remarks on the supermarket shooting in Boulder, Colo., that killed 10 people Monday, President Biden called on Congress to move quickly to toughen gun laws, asking lawmakers to close
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Minnesota officer meant to draw Taser, not handgun, police chief says
Residents and community activists of Brooklyn Center, a suburb north of Minneapolis, call for justice in the shooting death of Daunte Wright.
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Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Dead at 99
The Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth II's husband, was the undisputed master of the British royal household for more than seven decades.
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What you should know about Kamala Harris’ immigration role
L.A. Times reporter Noah Bierman explains Vice President Kamala Harris’ role and the diplomatic pitfalls she faces in tackling migration from Central America.
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Everybody wants to have a hero | Fernandomania @ 40 Ep. 1
(English and Spanish subtitles available) The Dodgers always seemed to know before anyone else that baseball was meant as a multicultural game.
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41st Annual Los Angeles Times Book Prizes Ceremony
The Book Prizes recognize 56 remarkable works in 12 categories: autobiographical prose (the Christopher Isherwood Prize), biography, current interest, fiction, first fiction (the Art Seidenbaum
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Fauci explains Johnson & Johnson vaccine 'pause' over blood clots
During a Tuesday White House press briefing, Dr. Anthony Fauci explained the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine pause after serious blood clots were reported in six recipients.
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NBA Hall of Famer Elgin Baylor Dead at 86
Elgin Baylor, the Los Angeles Lakers’ first superstar and one of the greatest players in NBA history, died Monday, the Lakers announced. He was 86.
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