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Clippers have a tough time slowing down Karl-Anthony Towns in loss to Timberwolves

Los Angeles Times (Mike DiGiovanna) — The thumb injury that will sideline star point guard Chris Paul for six to eight weeks was a punch in the gut to the Clippers on Tuesday. Their 104-101 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Thursday night at Staples Center, ending their seven-game winning streak, was a kick in the teeth, almost...
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Isaac Hamilton and UCLA are on the mark in 102-80 rout of Arizona State

Los Angeles Times (Ben Bolch) — Isaac Hamilton casually backpedaled with about six minutes left in the first half after making another three-pointer. His success from beyond the arc had become routine by then. It was the UCLA senior guard’s seventh three-pointer, allowing him to single-handedly outscore Arizona State to that...
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USC's second-half rally falls short against No. 14 Arizona

Los Angeles Times (Zach Helfand) — Rarely in the history of basketball has a game swung so dramatically because of a chicken sandwich. But so it was 30 minutes into USC’s contest with No. 14 Arizona on Thursday evening. As part of a promotion, whenever an opponent misses a pair of free throws in the second half, everyone at the...
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It was a strange win over the Avalanche but the Ducks will take it

Los Angeles Times (Curtis Zupke) — Snowmageddon game, meet Glassgate. The Ducks seem to up the ante every season in terms of unusual occurrences, so it was true to form when there was a 45-minute delay in Thursday’s game because of a broken pane of glass.  The Ducks also made a minor trade and lost Jakob Silfverberg to an undisclosed...
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Final: Ducks overcome extended delay to edge Avalanche, 2-1

OC Register (By ERIC STEPHENS) — ANAHEIM – A cracked pane of glass shattered whatever momentum the Ducks had built from an overwhelming first period. And then they had trouble cracking Colorado goalie Calvin Pickard or the NHL’s worst team. Nick Ritchie made sure the Pacific...
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George Clooney comments on the death of his cousin, actor Miguel Ferrer

Los Angeles Times (Times Staff) — Today in Entertainment: Hugh Jackman stars in new 'Logan' trailer; live updates from Sundance Jan. 19, 2017, 9:23 p.m. We're experiencing a moment of relative calm in the entertainment world in these few days between the conclusion of Golden Globe Awards and the start of the Sundance Film Festival....
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Al Gore on Donald Trump: 'No one person can stop' climate change movement

Los Angeles Times (Amy Kaufman) — Sundance 2017 updates: 'Icarus,' a documentary about Russian doping, could light another match under U.S.-Russia relations Jan. 19, 2017, 9:14 p.m. The Sundance Film Festival is always exciting - ski slopes, film nerds and movie stars! This year the festival is being held during a Presidential...
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Vin Diesel is back in action for 'XXX: The Return of Xander Cage,' but Donnie Yen steals the show

Los Angeles Times (Katie Walsh) — Film scholar Tom Gunning coined the phrase “cinema of attractions” to describe the earliest, exhibitionist impulses of filmmaking, bits of spectacle that called attention to their own visibility and technological craft. Pure spectacle has since been subsumed into narrative filmmaking, but the cinema...
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Jessica Williams gets ready to meet 'The Incredible Jessica James'

Los Angeles Times (Mark Olsen) — Sundance 2017 updates: 'Icarus,' a documentary about Russian doping, could light another match under U.S.-Russia relations Jan. 19, 2017, 6:52 p.m. The Sundance Film Festival is always exciting - ski slopes, film nerds and movie stars! This year the festival is being held during a Presidential...
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Boys' basketball: Jules Bernard leads Windward past Brentwood

Los Angeles Times (Eric Sondheimer) — Jules Bernard continues to help Windward reach a high level of play even though point guard Jalen Harris has been lost for the season with an injury. Bernard scored 24 points and had 17 rebounds on Thursday night as the Wildcats defeated Brentwood, 64-49, in its Gold Coast League opener. Windward...
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Ducks assistant Trent Yawney still expects plenty from penalty kill

OC Register (By ERIC STEPHENS) — ANAHEIM – The chances weren’t great that the Ducks would repeat as the NHL’s best penalty-killing team this season, but Trent Yawney never expected that.But in the eyes of the assistant coach in charge of it, the Ducks could still be a quality...
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LAPD officers ordered to stand trial on charges they covered up crash, filed false reports

Los Angeles Times (Alene Tchekmedyian) — The two Los Angeles police officers were well into their 12-hour shift when the call came in: a suspected drunk driver had crashed into multiple parked cars and bystanders were struggling to detain him. Within half an hour, Officers Rene Ponce and Irene Gomez, who were patrolling Hollenbeck Division’s...
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Friday's TV Highlights: 'Great Performances' on KOCE

Los Angeles Times (Ed Stockly) — SPECIALS Inauguration of Donald J. Trump Coverage begins at 6 a.m. on CNN; 7 a.m. on CBS and NBC;  8 a.m. KCAL, KOCE, Bloomberg, and Fox News.  Inaugural Events CSPN coverage of the inauguration, the inaugural parade and inaugural balls begins at 7 a.m. and continues through 8 p.m.; CNN provides...
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L.A. Councilman Mike Bonin unveils plan to put more cops in neighborhoods

Los Angeles Times (Cindy Chang, Emily Alpert Reyes) — The complaints that Los Angeles City Councilman Mike Bonin fields from his constituents often revolve around one of three topics: traffic, homelessness or the need for more police officers. On Thursday, Bonin unveiled a plan to address the policing problem that would shift officers to neighborhoods...
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For teens, a higher minimum wage could be an effective form of birth control

Los Angeles Times (Melissa Healy) — It doesn’t work to stop pregnancy like the birth control pill or an intrauterine device. But for teenage girls flipping burgers, sorting widgets or working retail, a bit more bling in the paycheck appears to reduce the likelihood of becoming a mother before her time. In an analysis that looked...
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