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Latter part of Lakers season could feature Thomas and Ball working in tandem

Los Angeles Times (Tania Ganguli) — Isaiah Thomas had only been a Laker for three days, and had just completed his first road trip with his new team, when he received a text message. Lonzo Ball had a couple of questions. Did Thomas work out on his days off? There are no days off, Thomas told the rookie. Could Ball join him for his...
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NBA notes: Larry Nance Jr. to wear father's retired No. 22 jersey

Los Angeles Times (Associated Pres) — The Cleveland Cavaliers will again have a No. 22, and he looks eerily familiar. Larry Nance Jr. is getting to honor his father by wearing his dad's retired No. 22 jersey with the Cavaliers, who worked with the NBA to make the unique tribute possible. “My dad's jersey will get to stay retired in...
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U.S. agency's new mission statement: America no longer a 'nation of immigrants'

Los Angeles Times (Joseph Tanfani) — America is no longer a “nation of immigrants,” at least in the mission statement of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.Director L. Francis Cissna announced the rewrite of the statement Thursday, scrapping the more immigration-friendly language that said the agency “secures America’s promise...
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Texas governor spares death row inmate who plotted murder of his mother and brother

Los Angeles Times (Molly Hennessy-Fiske) — Half an hour before he was scheduled to be executed, a man convicted of masterminding the murder of his mother and younger brother was granted clemency Thursday by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott. Abbott, a former state attorney general and Texas Supreme Court judge, noted that he has presided over 30 executions...
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As gun debate roils on, teachers in this Texas school are already armed

Los Angeles Times (Molly Hennessy-Fiske) — In the days since a 19-year-old gunman stormed onto his former high school campus in Parkland, Fla., killing 17 people with an AR-15 assault rifle, the nation has been embroiled in a debate over what to do about school violence: How do you make it stop? Here at Argyle High School, they already...
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Blaze rips through three-story apartment complex in Pico Rivera

Los Angeles Times (Alene Tchekmedyian) — A blaze ripped through a Pico Rivera apartment complex Thursday afternoon, prompting evacuations and injuring one person, authorities said. The blaze broke out about 3:30 p.m. in a three-story building in the 9000 block of Burke Street, said Los Angeles County fire spokesman Marvin Lim. Flames...
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Trump accuses California police of being soft on street gangs, and cops fire back

Los Angeles Times (Kate Mather, Cindy Chang, Christi Parsons) — President Trump on Thursday accused California law enforcement of being soft on street gangs and suggested he might pull immigration agents out of the state, prompting a strong rebuke from local officials who said the president doesn’t understand their war on gangs. Trump’s remarks are an escalation...
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The glow from the U.S. women's Olympic hockey victory should stick for a while

Los Angeles Times (Bill Plaschke) — It was a hockey game transformed into an anthem. The winner’s gold glowed in triumph over ignorance. It happened shortly after 11 p.m. in Los Angeles on Wednesday, well past midnight in the East Coast, so many in this country were not awake to witness it. But those who did see it will not soon...
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Eric Garcetti visits South Carolina, one of the early presidential primary states

Los Angeles Times (Jenny Jarvie) — Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is not well known in this rural Southern town of 2,882 residents. So there were lots of questions when the dapper 47-year-old Democrat, who presides over a city of nearly 4 million, strolled into a local health and fitness center Wednesday evening, grinning broadly...
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Times' MMA rankings: Yoel Romero shows why he is a dangerous competitor

Los Angeles Times (Todd Martin) — The Times’ MMA rankings for February, as compiled by Todd Martin: Heavyweight 1. Stipe Miocic 2. Francis Ngannou 3. Alistair Overeem 4. Fabricio Werdum 5. Cain Velasquez 6. Junior Dos Santos 7. Vitaly Minakov 8. Matt Mitrione 9. Derrick Lewis 10. Alexander Volkov Matt Mitrione advanced in Bellator’s...
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For Nick Tropeano, the Angels' spring training opener definitely counts

Los Angeles Times (Jeff Miller) — It will happen with nearly a week left in February. In a game that probably will soon be forgotten. Against an opponent still warming its hamstrings. Just don’t try to convince Nick Tropeano that the Angels’ Cactus League opener Friday doesn’t count. “I’m been working for this day ever since the...
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Trump intensifies his push for arming teachers amid bipartisan criticism

Los Angeles Times (Christi Parsons) — President Trump on Thursday pressed his case for arming teachers to fight school shooters, despite widespread criticism, and for the first time suggested bonus payments for those who carry concealed firearms. The president also called for making 21 the minimum age for buying long guns. Gun rights...
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Husqvarna delivers with entry level Svartpilen and Vitpilen

Los Angeles Times (Charles Fleming) — Husqvarna has finally come to market with its Vitpilen 401 and Svartpilen 401 motorcycles. The two mid-size, entry-level bikes are aggressively designed and highly styled, and they present quite different riding experiences — either of which could deliver pleasure and value for a certain kind of...
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