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What would it take to put CBS and Viacom together again?

Los Angeles Times (Meg James) — Sumner Redstone had his reasons when he split his media empire into two separate corporations a decade ago: He had two strong top executives whom he wanted to keep happy, and more than enough successful businesses to go around. Since then, network chief Leslie Moonves has been running the stalwart...
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Opinion: No, we didn't need to nuke Japan to end World War II

Los Angeles Times (Paul Thornton) — Good morning. I'm Paul Thornton, The Times' letters editor, and it is Saturday, May 28, 2016. If you're traveling this morning for the three-day weekend, good luck navigating those Transportation Security Administration security lines. Wait times for Los Angeles International Airport can be found...
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Essential California: Will the feds investigate maker of OxyContin?

Los Angeles Times (Alice Walton) — Good morning. It is Saturday, May 28. Here’s what you don’t want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES Calls for investigation: Sen. Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) is calling for an investigation into OxyContin’s manufacturer after The Times reported that the painkiller often wears off early, opening up...
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Cash for crises: Who gives and who gets?

Los Angeles Times (Ann M. Simmons) — Governmental institutions and humanitarian aid organizations are pledging to improve delivery of assistance to the world’s most needy and vulnerable people, reduce administrative costs and work to boost funding and its effectiveness. Through a so-called “Grand Bargain” a group of donors agreed...
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Murder conviction reversed in 23-year-old case that turned on a bite mark

Los Angeles Times (Maura Dolan) — William Richards was the obvious suspect in the murder of his wife: Pamela was planning to leave him for another man, her killer did not rape her or steal anything, and Richards had no airtight alibi. After three trials — the first two juries hung — Richards was finally convicted of murdering Pamela. ...
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Sign on tree leads to unusual Hollywood ending

Los Angeles Times (Steve Lopez) — No names were exchanged that day in Hollywood. The woman who came to the aid of a man in distress did not know him, nor did she know the other two women who offered support. When paramedics arrived and raced the man to the hospital, the street was cleared and the women returned to their routines...
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In the Philippines, orphans feel the sting of bureaucracy

Los Angeles Times (Jonathan Kaiman and Sunshine de Leon) — The Manila North Cemetery, where Michelle Sambalilo was abandoned as a young child, is a sprawling, trash-strewn squatter camp where thousands of people eat, sleep and play among acres of colorful crypts.  Rescued from life among the dead, Sambalilo then lived for years among the Philippine capital’s...
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A postmodern party in Sierra Madre

Los Angeles Times (Neal J. Leitereg) — If the ’80s were a home, the decade of feathered bangs, boomboxes and MTV programming might look something like this residence in Sierra Madre. Vivid purple accents and lighting stand out against silvery notes of corrugated steel for a postmodern look. Towering walls of glass blocks invite light...
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Chengdu, China: city of spicy food, leisurely teahouses and software parks

Los Angeles Times (Jonathan Kaiman) — If you want to experience China’s innovation boom, a good place to start would seem to be the Hi-tech Development Zone in Chengdu, a city known for spicy cuisine, riverside tea houses and panda bears. The zone, a 32-square-mile swath of gleaming office buildings on the city's outskirts, is home...
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Hot Property: Readers' choice awards

Los Angeles Times (Neal J. Leitereg) — With Memorial Day weekend upon us, we thought it's a perfect time for reflection. So far this year, a mix of properties and notable names have piqued our readers' interest. Here are a few of the homes that have attracted the most eyeballs so far. - Neal J. Leitereg Subscribe to the newsletter An...
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Counter: Brunch, BBQ, ice cream

Los Angeles Times Welcome to your three-day Memorial Day weekend. How that happened, we're not entirely sure, but we'll take it. Which means it's the start of the summer season, more or less, and thus we've been thinking about where to eat brunch in Los Angeles, barbecue — and lots of ice cream. So Jonathan Gold...
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'Kingdom' seeks to bring dramatic reality of MMA to television

Los Angeles Times (Alex Solanno) — The mixed martial arts-themed television series “Kingdom” returns Wednesday on the Audience Network, aiming to present the reality of the fighting lifestyle in a dramatic form. The drama , created by Byron Balasco and available exclusively on DirecTV and AT&T U-Verse, centers around the story of...
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Matt Shoemaker shows some polish in another winning start for Angels

Los Angeles Times (Pedro Moura) — Seven starts into the 2016 campaign, Matt Shoemaker was the American League’s worst starting pitcher. The Angels sent him down to the minors, recalling him only when injuries made it absolutely necessary. But, for his second consecutive start Friday night at Angel Stadium, Shoemaker dominated his...
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Michael Norman finds a new gear at Masters meet

Los Angeles Times (Steve Galluzzo) — By his own lofty standards, Michael Norman was “a little off” last week in the Southern Section Division I track and field finals. Despite winning both the 200- and 400-meter dashes, the Vista Murrieta High senior looked tired and wasn’t pleased with his times. Norman wanted to redeem himself at...
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Warriors will again be on the defensive when trying to extend series against Thunder

Los Angeles Times (Ben Bolch) — Russell Westbrook tried to conceal his laughter. He covered his face with his massive left hand, shook his head slightly and scratched his cheek before looking down with a smile. It was a telling response late Thursday night to a question about whether Golden State’s Stephen Curry was an underrated...
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