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Los Angeles Times (Mary McNamara) —
Amy Poehler has written a book. Called "Yes Please," it is, as Poehler fans might expect, funny, wise, earnest, honest, spiritually ambitious, occasionally self-indulgent and structurally messy.
Los Angeles Times (Eric Sondheimer) —
The 16-team field has been finalized for the National Classic that will be held April 6-9 in Orange County. The championship baseball game will be at Cal State Fullerton.
Los Angeles Times (Kathleen Hennessey) —
If last week was the peak of Ebola-related activity at the White House, this week appears to be the quiet comedown.
Los Angeles Times (James Queally) —
A 15-year-old Michigan girl slashed her little brother's throat and planned to kill her entire family at the direction of her 23-year-old boyfriend in the hopes that the couple could run off...
Los Angeles Times (Lauren Beale) —
Actress Jennifer Lawrence of “The Hunger Games” films has bought a house in the 90210 ZIP Code for $8.225 million.
Los Angeles Times (Jim Peltz) —
A French doctor who helped treat Michael Schumacher for his severe head injuries said Thursday that the legendary Formula One driver had made "some progress" in his recovery.
Los Angeles Times (Nardine Saad) —
Brad Pitt subjected himself to being the butt of Zach Galifianakis' jokes on the latest webisode of Funny Or Die's "Between Two Ferns."
OC Register (By BILL PLUNKETT) —
The Dodgers' season ended two weeks ago but left-hander Clayton Kershaw's name is going to come up a lot in the weeks ahead.Kershaw's remarkable 2014 season is certain to land numerous awards for...
Los Angeles Times (Melissa Rohlin) —
The Clippers play eight exhibition games this preseason, including three sets of back-to-backs. Coach Doc Rivers said he thinks that's just too much and is proposing that the exhibition season...
Los Angeles Times (Patrick Kevin Day) —
The new "Late Late Show" with host James Corden will debut on CBS on Monday, March 9.
Los Angeles Times (Eric Pincus) —
Jeanie Buss had a very clear take on players unwilling to join the Lakers because they fear Kobe Bryant.
Los Angeles Times (Eric Sondheimer) —
Bosco Tech will be the site on Nov. 5 for a basketball coaches clinic for elementary, middle school and high school coaches. Representatives from the Lakers, Cal State Fullerton, Pepperdine and...
Los Angeles Times (Michael Muskal) —
Computers have the power to accelerate everything to the speed of light, even some of the most disliked human activities, according to a Pew Research Internet Project study that found that online...
Los Angeles Times (Veronica Rocha) —
Authorities are investigating the death of a second man on an L.A.-area freeway early Thursday, but say so far there is no indication the incidents are related.
Los Angeles Times (Zach Helfand) —
The USC men’s basketball team will look a lot different this season. They’ll have four incoming freshmen, two eligible transfers and a talented young point guard.
Los Angeles Times (Oliver Gettell) —
Christian Bale is set to play Steve Jobs in Sony's upcoming biopic about the late Apple co-founder, screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has confirmed — and he didn't even need to audition to land the part.
Los Angeles Times (Laura Hudson) —
Now nearly 73, Wonder Woman has become a relatively uncontroversial cultural icon in her old age, for sale on countless lunch boxes, T-shirts and collectible toys — even gracing the big screen in...
Los Angeles Times (Jenn Harris) —
The next time you walk through Alfred Coffee and Kitchen on Melrose Place, you may notice a brightly lighted chocolate wonderland just down the stairs in the back. Compartés, the high-end...
Los Angeles Times (Maria L. La Ganga) —
Paul Allen, billionaire owner of sports teams and mega-yachts, on Thursday pledged at least $100 million to fight Ebola in what is believed to be the largest private foundation donation so far to...