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Tim Lincecum fails to make it through the fifth again

Los Angeles Times (Mike DiGiovanna) — The Angels signed Tim Lincecum hoping the two-time Cy Young Award winner would help stabilize their injury-ravaged rotation, but the veteran right-hander has provided little relief in two of three...
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YouTube star says he was assaulted near WeHo gay club, but police say he hurt himself in a jail cell

Los Angeles Times (Matt Hamilton) — An openly gay YouTube star is claiming that he was brutally assaulted by three men in West Hollywood, but authorities said Tuesday that his claims of assault were unsubstantiated and that he...
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Joc Pederson injured, Julio Urias collects first MLB victory in 6-5 Dodgers win

Los Angeles Times (Andy McCullough) — The catch saved the game. The price has not yet been determined. Dodgers outfielder Joc Pederson crashed into the center field wall at Miller Park and held onto a crucial out in the eighth inning...
  • New: 5 hr 6 min ago

Boys' basketball: Chino Hills is still fun to watch, entertaining and scoring 100 points

Los Angeles Times (Eric Sondheimer) — Lonzo Ball has moved on to UCLA but Chino Hills is still scoring lots of points and putting on a show. In its opening game of the Fairfax tournament on Wednesday night, the Huskies rolled to a...
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Despite Angels' poor start, GM says Mike Scioscia's job is not in jeopardy

Los Angeles Times (Mike DiGiovanna) — The Angels were 17 ½ games back in the American League West with four starting pitchers still on the shelf and a .206 hitter in the cleanup spot Tuesday night, grim realities for a team that...
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U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez: Extended trip to Spain was 'on my own dime'

Los Angeles Times (Sarah D. Wire and Christine Mai-Duc) — Updates on California politics: Sanchez talks education policy, legislators give initial OK to sex-assault bill June 28, 2016, 5:58 p.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California...
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In Hollywood, Hillary Clinton looks to the future and brushes aside the past

Los Angeles Times (Cathleen Decker) — For Hillary Clinton, the driving imperative of the presidential campaign is to focus voters on the future, the candidacy of Donald Trump and her myriad policy plans -- and away from the...
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Missy Franklin falters as newcomers dominate U.S. Olympic swimming trials

Los Angeles Times (Nathan Fenno) — Missy Franklin seems to be everywhere at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials. The video boards at CenturyLink Center play clips of the four-time Olympic gold medalist reading a heartfelt letter to...
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Wednesday's TV Highlights: 'Another Period' on Comedy Central

Los Angeles Times (Ed Stockly) — SERIES Jay Leno's Garage Jay Leno goes to two-wheel stunt driving school in this new episode. 7 and 10 p.m. CNBC MasterChef Season 6 winner Claudia Sandoval and guest judge chef Aaron Sanchez...
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Angels' pitchers trying stem cell treatment instead of Tommy John surgery

Los Angeles Times (Pedro Moura) — Twice now, doctors have performed an ultrasound on Andrew Heaney’s arm, squirting in a gel, writhing it around, taking pictures, and then showing him the images on a screen.  He doesn’t entirely...
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Pat Summitt's work advancing women's rights through sports can never be forgotten

Los Angeles Times (Bill Plaschke) — It was a battle of unbeatens, the Sparks hosting the Minnesota Lynx, one of the biggest regular-season games in WNBA history, the story of the season. Sadly, for me, it wasn’t even the story of...
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For the record

Los Angeles Times Roski school: In the June 28 Calendar section, an article about USC’s Roski School of Art and Design facing an uncertain future referred to Barbara Drucker as the head of the arts program at UCLA....
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Stanley Meisler dies at 85; veteran L.A. Times foreign correspondent wrote on war, art, civil rights

Los Angeles Times (Jill Leovy) — Stanley Meisler, a longtime foreign correspondent for the Los Angeles Times and author of several books on foreign affairs and art — including a well-regarded history of the Peace Corps — died...
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Police transparency reaches a stalemate at the Capitol

Los Angeles Times (Liam Dillon) — California lawmakers have reached a stalemate over how much the public should know about the official activities of police officers. All but one of the major pieces of legislation introduced...
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Initiative to legalize recreational use of pot in California qualifies for November ballot

Los Angeles Times (Patrick McGreevy) — An initiative that would legalize the recreational use of marijuana in California officially took its place on the Nov. 8 ballot on Tuesday as its campaign took a commanding lead in fundraising to...
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Sumner Redstone's National Amusements calls on Viacom to stop 'vicious attacks'

Los Angeles Times (Meg James) — Sumner Redstone’s investment vehicle stepped up its campaign against Viacom board members who contend that the ailing 93-year-old mogul lacks the capacity to make decisions about his family’s...
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Initiative to legalize recreational pot use qualifies for November California ballot

Los Angeles Times (Patrick McGreevy) — Updates on California politics: Sanchez talks education policy, legislators give initial OK to sex-assault bill June 28, 2016, 5:58 p.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California...
  • New: 8 hr 1 min ago

Jon Jones ready for UFC 200

Los Angeles Times (Lance Pugmire) — Jon Jones’ rematch with Daniel Cormier in the main event of UFC 200 has been propped up by their talent, Jones’ steep fall from grace and Cormier’s holier-than-thou resistance to forgiveness. ...
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After two years and $7 million in tax dollars, the latest Benghazi report tells the same old story

Los Angeles Times (The Times Editorial Board) — Readers of the latest congressional report about the deaths of four Americans at a U.S. outpost in Benghazi in 2012 will learn that there was woefully inadequate security there; that the U.S....
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Songwriter Josh Alexander puts his loft-style home in Venice up for sale

Los Angeles Times (Neal J. Leitereg) — Songwriter and music producer Josh Alexander, who has collaborated with such artists as JoJo, Cee Lo Green and Demi Lovato, has put his live-work space in Venice up for sale at $2.195 million. ...
  • New: 8 hr 59 min ago
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