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Survivors of the Parkland shooting are the subject of new documentary 'For Our Lives: Parkland'

Los Angeles Times (Alejandra Reyes-Velarde) — Survivors of the mass shooting in Parkland, Fla., will be featured in a new documentary, "For Our Lives: Parkland," airing April 30, Freeform and ABC News' “Nightline” announced Thursday. The Feb. 14 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School resulted in 17 deaths and spurred a youth-led...
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Prosecutors suspected Manafort was a 'back channel' between Trump campaign and Russia

Los Angeles Times (Joseph Tanfani) — Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, came under scrutiny by the special counsel because prosecutors suspected he might be a back channel between the Trump campaign and Russian efforts to interfere in the U.S. election, a Justice Department lawyer said Thursday. The disclosure...
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Wind-driven brush fire closes Highway 395 in Inyo County

Los Angeles Times (Joseph Serna) — A wind-driven brush fire in Inyo County has shut down Highway 395 between Manzanar and Lone Pine, the California Highway Patrol said Thursday. The Spillway fire began before noon and has spread across 120 acres east of the highway, pushed by 20 mph winds, the California Department of Forestry and...
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Brother of Stephon Clark jailed on suspicion of making threats, harassing 911 call

Los Angeles Times (Joseph Serna) — The brother of a man who was shot to death by Sacramento police — an episode that sparked widespread community protest — has been arrested on suspicion of making threats and annoying or harassing calls to 911, according to county jail records. Stevante Ralonzo Clark, 25, was arrested by Sacramento...
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Welcome to L.A.'s luxury hotel boom, featuring $20,000 suites and James Bond exotic cars

Los Angeles Times (Hugo Martin) — At the newest five-star hotel around Los Angeles, a massive bronze chandelier hangs from its nearly three-story Art Deco lobby, suffused with the scent of fresh-cut roses. Upstairs, each room is fitted with floor-to-ceiling windows that open to balconies with views of Santa Monica Bay on one side...
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It's likely the Chargers will address lack of depth at running back in NFL draft

Los Angeles Times (Dan Woike) — As the Chargers prepare for the NFL draft, the Los Angeles Times will examine their roster. Part 8 of 8: running backs. Chargers coach Anthony Lynn, a former running backs coach and an ex-NFL running back, offered a five-word scouting report for running back Melvin Gordon earlier this offseason. ...
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Miguel Diaz-Canel replaces Raul Castro as Cuba's president

Los Angeles Times (Patrick J. McDonnell) — Cuban lawmakers on Thursday transferred power to new President Miguel Diaz-Canel, marking a major generational shift on the island nation ruled for almost 60 years by the late Fidel Castro and his brother, Raul. Diaz-Canel, 57, a longtime stalwart of the ruling Communist Party, was heartily endorsed...
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A va-va-voom flirt and a deliciously amoral world in the restored French noir 'Quai des Orfèvres'

Los Angeles Times (Kenneth Turan) — Brooding, beautifully made and drenched in atmosphere, Henri-Georges Clouzot’s knockout 1947 crime thriller/film noir “Quai des Orfèvres” is back in town. Originally released in the U.S. as “Jenny Lamour," “Quai” returns in a new 4K restoration with the soul-destroying shadows of its vintage Paris...
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Antoinette Nwandu's jarring play 'Pass Over' makes an energetic leap to the screen thanks to Spike Lee

Los Angeles Times (Gary Goldstein) — “Waiting for Godot” meets “Do the Right Thing” in “Pass Over,” director Spike Lee’s filmed version of Antoinette Nwandu’s electrifying play, which debuted in June 2017 at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre under the direction of Danya Taymor. The movie, shot on the Steppenwolf stage in September in...
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Fruit flies help explain why a male orgasm matters

Los Angeles Times (Melissa Healy) — Yes, dear reader, fruit flies ejaculate. And new research brings us this further news flash: They like it. It’s what they like best about mating. So, that’s the part of the whole courtship process that keeps them coming back for more. And more (ensuring the circle of life and all...). And that’s...
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Mattel CEO Margo Georgiadis is leaving the struggling toy maker after 14 months

Los Angeles Times (James F. Peltz) — Mattel Inc. said Thursday that its chief executive, Margaret “Margo” Georgiadis, is leaving the El Segundo toy maker after she failed to halt the slide in Mattel’s performance during her 14-month tenure. Georgiadis is departing “to pursue a new opportunity in the technology sector,” Mattel said....
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