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Los Angeles Times (Chris Dufresne) —
The first season of the College Football Playoff could have gone better only had Donald Trump and Megyn Kelly been added to the coverage team.
Los Angeles Times (Mark Olsen) —
As "A Walk in the Woods" opens, Robert Redford, playing author Bill Bryson, suffers through a morning talk-show appearance. He smiles and nods and vaguely agrees with the clueless host without...
Los Angeles Times (David Ng) —
In the highly stratified world of opera-going, the seating area known as the founders circle is the modern-day equivalent to Valhalla, an exclusive domain located on high and populated by gods -...
Los Angeles Times (Greg Trotter) —
CHICAGO - McDonald's will begin rolling out all-day breakfast nationwide Oct. 6, a long-awaited change that could help boost sales for the flagging burger chain.
Los Angeles Times (Tracey Lien) —
Uber drivers scored a victory Tuesday when a federal judge ruled that they could move forward with a class-action lawsuit that seeks to designate them as employees, not independent contractors.
Los Angeles Times (Roger Vincent) —
CBRE Group Inc. substantially expanded its property management business Tuesday, completing a nearly $1.5-billion acquisition of competitor Global Workplace Solutions.
Los Angeles Times (Steve Dilbeck) —
Say this for Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly: The front office keeps shuffling his parts and he keeps using them.
OC Register (By BILL PLUNKETT) —
LOS ANGELES -- Monday's 14-inning, 5 1/2-hour game took its toll on the Dodgers, the bullpen in particular.In a case of fortunate timing, however, rosters exanded on Tuesday and the Dodgers were...
Los Angeles Times —
Paul Royle obituary: In the Aug. 31 California section, the obituary of Paul Royle, a member of the World War II prison camp breakout known as the Great Escape, described the three escapees who...
Los Angeles Times (Chris Megerian) —
State officials and union leaders have negotiated the first labor agreement to address the growing cost of retiree healthcare since Gov. Jerry Brown made that a goal this year.
Los Angeles Times (Cindy Chang) —
The family of a 23-year-old man who committed suicide in Men's Central Jail will receive $1.6 million from Los Angeles County to settle a lawsuit alleging that jail officials did not properly...
Los Angeles Times (Chris Dufresne) —
Texas Christian has earned the right to be No. 1, but check back after Thursday's opener at Minnesota. Yes, USC is shaky at No. 9, but the pick was made before the Steve Sarkisian mess, so we'll...
Los Angeles Times (Christine Mai-Duc) —
A threat posted by a 15-year-old boy's Instagram account led to the closure of two Fresno schools and a search of the boy's home, which turned up a cache of weapons and ammunition, police say.
Los Angeles Times (Lindsey Thiry ) —
USC Coach Steve Sarkisian announced the addition of punter Chris Tibley to the roster Tuesday.
Los Angeles Times (Gary Klein) —
Clay Helton finally has the responsibility to go with the title.
Los Angeles Times (Lee Romney) —
The family of a woman allegedly killed by an immigrant whom the U.S. had deported five times has filed claims against the city and County of San Francisco, U.S. Immigration and Customs...
Los Angeles Times (Melissa Rohlin) —
An ESPN panel predicted that the Clippers will finish the 2015-16 season in fourth place in the Western Conference, behind the No. 1 Golden State Warriors, the No. 2 San Antonio Spurs and the...
Los Angeles Times (Patrick McGreevy) —
A bill allowing physicians in California to prescribe lethal doses of drugs to hasten the death of the terminally ill passed a key milestone Tuesday when it was approved by its first committee in...
Los Angeles Times (James Queally) —
The way thousands of California inmates tell it, there's prison, and then there's prison. Locked in windowless cells for as much as 23 hours each day, inmates held in solitary confinement have...