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Chargers lucky they didn't leave Dallas kicking themselves after Nick Novak injury

Los Angeles Times (Mike DiGiovanna) — Chargers kicker Nick Novak was in the locker room getting pain-killing injections in his lower back and hip flexor in the first quarter of Thursday’s game when he heard the television announcers...
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Chargers' defense puts a stamp on 'it' — a 28-6 victory over Dallas

Los Angeles Times (Dan Woike) — The word is “swagger,” but Chargers defensive tackle Damion Square isn’t very fond of it. There are better ways to describe the “it” the Chargers defense is playing with, the display that was...
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Enforce laws on guns held by known abusers

OC Register (The Editorial Board) — Whatever their views on interpreting the Second Amendment and on the possibilities and limitations of gun control in protecting the public safety, Americans are united in their desire to find...
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Tradition and deals still draw Thanksgiving shoppers into stores

Los Angeles Times (Michael Livingston, Alejandra Reyes-Velarde, Danielle Parenteau-Decker) — Jay Pujalte, 45, spent three nights in a tent outside the Atwater Village Best Buy. With a rug for comfort and his wife and daughter for company, Pujalte was willing to wait to find a deal — and...
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Friday's TV highlights: 'Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas!' and more

Los Angeles Times (Matt Cooper) — TV HIGHLIGHTS SERIES Great Performances “White Christmas” and other classic tunes are featured in “Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn — the Broadway Musical,” a stage adaptation of the hit 1942 film...
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Chargers' Keenan Allen scores some points with his career-high 172 receiving yards on 11 catches

Los Angeles Times (Mike DiGiovanna) — One by one they fell to the AT&T Stadium turf Thursday, five Dallas Cowboys defenders in all, tumbling to the ground as if they were pins and Chargers receiver Keenan Allen was a human bowling...
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Native American Heritage Day: Diversity and inclusion are Serrano traditions

OC Register (Lynn Valbuena) — San Bernardino’s own Rep. Joe Baca was instrumental in making Native American Heritage Day a national holiday when he sponsored House Joint Resolution 62 that was signed into law by...
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California’s pension reform has been left unfinished

OC Register (The Editorial Board) — About a year ago, Gov. Jerry Brown told an audience in San Francisco, “We’re not finished with pension reform. We’ve still got to do much more there.” But public employee...
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Nick Novak’s back injury forces Chargers punter Drew Kaser to fill in as kicker

OC Register (Jack Wang) — Kaser appeared to miss the net on a practice kick, but he the first point of his career in emergency duty against the Cowboys.
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Rams injuries might mean Lamarcus Joyner becomes more than safety valve against Saints

Los Angeles Times (Gary Klein) — It might be a busier-than-usual Sunday for Rams safety Lamarcus Joyner. With cornerbacks Kayvon Webster and Nickell Robey-Coleman trying to work through injuries, Joyner might be called upon for...
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California is taxed enough without Republican tax reform

OC Register (Carolyn Cavecche) — The House of Representatives has passed H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, by a vote of 227-205. Now it’s up to the Senate to pass its version, then both chambers will have to...
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Abuse-deterrent opioids cross an ethical line

OC Register (Scott Kaufman) — The Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, addressing agency staff in May 2017, called the problem of opioid abuse “unquestionably, our greatest immediate challenge.” At the...
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Ducks Josh Manson has his parents behind him and a blossoming career ahead

Los Angeles Times (Mike Coppinger) — Josh Manson didn't really want to leave Saskatchewan, but he had no choice. Summer was coming to an end and it was time to head back to Southern California for training camp ahead of the 2016-17...
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We must eliminate renewable energy subsidies to ensure reliable, affordable electricity

OC Register (Isaac Orr) — Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives recently took a step toward ensuring Americans have access to affordable electricity at the flip of a switch, by proposing as part of their tax...
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David Cassidy 1950-2017: Political Cartoons

OC Register (The Editorial Board) — Check out our daily cartoon gallery featuring some of the best cartoonists from around the world, and across the political spectrum, covering current issues and figures.
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NASCAR Cup season’s final weekend was something special

OC Register (Louis Brewster) — It was 1992 at the Hooters 500 in Atlanta where the face of NASCAR had a major change. It was Richard Petty's final Cup race after a lengthy career, and it also marked the start of the Jeff Gordon...
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Why so many police-related deaths? Letters

OC Register (Letters to the Editor) — Re: “Report: Anaheim No. 9 in deaths” [News, Nov. 21]: So Anaheim is No. 9 when it comes to police-related deaths while Mission Viejo, where I live, is way down the list. Now, let me...
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Wolf: Would USC-Ohio State be a competitive bowl game?

OC Register (Scott Wolf) — If the current bowl projections are correct, USC will play Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl. Based on the College Football Playoff poll, it’s a fairly even matchup because the Buckeyes are...
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Generations of family and friends give thanks to South L.A. woman known for her generosity

Los Angeles Times (Michael Livingston) — Ola Pearl Tanner grabbed a Tupperware container filled with chopped red, green and yellow bell peppers and tossed them in the pot of turkey necks. Since 6 a.m. Wednesday, Tanner had cooked...
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Two male suspects killed in collision after Orange County sheriff's deputies gave chase

Los Angeles Times (Corina Knoll) — Two male suspects were killed Thursday when an afternoon pursuit involving the Orange County Sheriff’s Department ended in a collision at Imperial Highway and Big Sky Lane in Anaheim, authorities...
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