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Director Jennifer Fox has turned the pain and confusion of childhood sexual abuse into ‘The Tale’

Los Angeles Times (Robert Lloyd) — “The Tale,” which premieres Saturday on HBO, begins with a disclaimer: "The following movie is based on filmmaker Jennifer Fox's personal experience. It contains material of a sensitive nature. Viewer discretion is advised." Advised viewer discretion is one of those warnings adults tend not to...
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For Hamas, Gaza protests are an effective way to vilify Israel and deflect attention

Los Angeles Times (Alexandra Zavis, Hana Salah) — The response from Israel has been harsh: at least 115 Palestinians killed and thousands more injured in eight weeks of protests along the Gaza Strip’s eastern border. Many if not most of the dead were affiliated with Hamas, the armed Islamist movement that controls the squalid coastal enclave and...
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In a historic referendum, Ireland is poised to repeal its abortion ban, exit polls show

Los Angeles Times (Ruairi Casey) — Exit polls late Friday showed that Ireland was poised to repeal its constitutional ban on abortion in a historic referendum that divided the nation during the run-up to the election. After voting ended, an exit poll showed that 68% of the voters cast ballots to rescind the ban, which outlaws almost...
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NFL anthem decision is about business and the end result may be bad for the bottom line

Los Angeles Times (Dylan Hernandez) — Economic concerns explain the NFL’s new national anthem policy. They don’t justify them. Business is not a religion and shouldn’t excuse behavior that would otherwise be considered sociopathic. The NFL exploded in popularity and profitability at a time when most of its players were African American....
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Letters: Enough of the star-spangled banter?

Los Angeles Times Last time I checked, there is no law that the national anthem be played prior to any sporting event in this country. In order to eliminate the political rhetoric that has poisoned our NFL weekends, why not just temporarily eliminate this pregame ritual and give those involved a different platform...
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Trump nominates anti-immigration activist to head agency for immigrants and refugees

Los Angeles Times (Tracy Wilkinson) — President Trump has nominated a staunch anti-immigration activist to head the State Department agency that oversees refugee and immigration issues. Ronald W. Mortensen, a former foreign service officer and longtime fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies, which advocates against legal and...
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Chris Paul's body has failed him before in playoffs; Rockets will try to eliminate Warriors without him

Los Angeles Times (Dan Woike) — If you have followed Chris Paul’s NBA career, you had seen this look before — a blank face hiding a boiling anger inside, frustration on the cusp of eruption. Paul’s body, as it has before in the postseason, failed him Thursday night. Before the Rockets announced his fate, Paul knew. It was written...
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Harvey Weinstein's arraignment prompts catharsis as well as worry among many of his alleged victims

Los Angeles Times (Daniel Miller, Amy Kaufman) — For many of the women who claim that Harvey Weinstein raped, assaulted, groped, sexually harassed, masturbated in front of, inappropriately touched, forcibly kissed, verbally abused, professionally punished, spied on or systemically silenced, Friday was a long-awaited day. On Friday morning, the...
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Shawn Mendes started out copying his idols. Now they're coming to him

Los Angeles Times (Mikael Wood) — Even with an empty house — and even before his hero turned up to jam — Shawn Mendes was clearly enjoying himself as he strummed his guitar at the Ford Theatres in Hollywood on a recent afternoon. “Feels good to be back onstage,” the 19-year-old heartthrob from Toronto said to a thousand unfilled...
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North Korean refugees in L.A. on the canceled U.S.-North Korea summit: We never got our hopes up

Los Angeles Times (Victoria Kim) — When the 34-year-old woman saw the news Thursday morning, she couldn’t help but smirk. The world had been holding its breath for the unprecedented summit between a sitting U.S. president and North Korea’s leader, but she knew better than to get her hopes up. Many were caught off guard when President...
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How R2-D2 helped me find love

Los Angeles Times (Vanessa Armstrong) — My boyfriend proposed at San Diego Comic-Con with a ring that looks like R2-D2. Yes, R2-D2. And, yes, I mean the robot (droid, actually) from the “Star Wars” movies. Even if you hate everything related to science fiction or fantasy, you’re probably familiar with him. He’s the little white, blue...
  • New: 2 hr 29 min ago

Showtime's ‘The Fourth Estate’ shows how the ‘failing’ New York Times succeeds in the Trump era

Los Angeles Times (Lorraine Ali) — The challenges of print journalism in the age of fake news, a media-hostile White House and shrinking revenue are at the heart of Showtime’s four-part documentary “The Fourth Estate.” The series, which premieres Sunday, follows the New York Times’ Washington, D.C., and New York City newsrooms in...
  • New: 2 hr 34 min ago

Brazilian president sends in troops to remove blockages as truck strike paralyzes nation

Los Angeles Times (Jill Langlios) — President Michel Temer on Friday deployed federal forces to remove trucks blockading highways across the country after a five-day strike by truck drivers left supermarket shelves and gas stations empty, flights grounded and surgeries canceled. Temer, who has asked state governors to follow his...
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