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Jhoulys Chacin outduels Justin Verlander in Angels win

Los Angeles Times (Pedro Moura) — If at first you don’t succeed, try again. And if at second you again don’t succeed, attempt something entirely different.  The Angels broke through a scoreless tie with Detroit on Monday only after twice trying to bunt in a run off the Tigers’ Justin Verlander. The result of the altered approach...
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Bernie Sanders attends Game 7 with Danny Glover as Warriors win

Los Angeles Times (Christina Bellantoni) — Bernie Sanders discovers the challenges of life in California's Central Valley May 30, 2016, 9:09 p.m. Bernie Sanders continues to campaign across California ahead of the June 7 primary. Sanders campaigns in territory that rarely sees presidential candidates California's Latino Republicans see...
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Stephen Curry wins superstar battle, leading Warriors to Finals

Los Angeles Times (Ben Bolch) — An epic series that featured so much back and forth between the Golden State Warriors and Oklahoma City Thunder ended with one last memorable battle. It was Stephen Curry versus Kevin Durant in the final minutes, the world’s two best players putting on a shotmaking display to try to nudge their...
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Girls' basketball: Valerie Higgins named to USA U18 national team

Los Angeles Times (Eric Sondheimer) — Former Chaminade standout  Valerie Higgins has been selected to play for the U18 national women's team. Higgins, who will be a freshman at USC this fall, was The Times' girls' basketball player of the year. "Oh man, when I heard my name called the first thing I could think of was, I need to tell...
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Penguins beat Sharks, 3-2, with late goal in Game 1

Los Angeles Times (Helene Elliott) — Forward Nick Bonino scored off a clever setup from Kris Letang with 2 minutes and 33 seconds left in the third period Monday to swing a back-and-forth game in the Penguins’ favor and give the home team a 3-2 victory over the San Jose Sharks in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. Momentum had shifted...
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In California, varied election filing practices reveal a system struggling to catch up

Los Angeles Times (Kaitlyn Landgraf and Ana Santos, Special to The Times) — Editor's note: This story was reported and written by students in Stanford University's graduate program in journalism. More than half of California’s counties — most of them small and rural — don’t provide online access to campaign finance records, and they say they aren’t likely to change any...
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Tuesday's TV highlights: 'America's Got Talent' and more

Los Angeles Times (Matt Cooper) — SERIES Peaky Blinders This online series starring Cillian Murphy as the head of an Irish crime family in 1920s Birmingham, England, returns for a third season. Any time, Netflix America’s Got Talent “American Idol’s” Simon Cowell joins Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Mel B at the judges’ table and...
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Angels send reliever Mike Morin to triple-A Salt Lake

Los Angeles Times (Pedro Moura) — Mike Morin opened 2016 as either the third or fourth reliever on the Angels’ depth chart. On Monday, he lost his spot among the top seven.  The Angels optioned him to triple-A Salt Lake after he yielded the game-winning homer to Houston’s Carlos Correa on Sunday. Recalled in his place was left-hander...
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Alex Guerrero doesn't seem to fit in Los Angeles Dodgers' plans

Los Angeles Times (Andy McCullough) — Members of the Dodgers front office intended to huddle Monday to officially decide the fate of Cuban prospect Alex Guerrero, whose fate probably was decided well before his 20-day rehabilitation assignment ended earlier in the day. Guerrero, 29, has little value for the team due to his inability...
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Tracee Ellis Ross goes back in time with 'black-ish' finales

Los Angeles Times (Mary McNamara) — It's been a big year for ABC's "black-ish." The show opened its sophomore season with a hilarious yet sophisticated exploration of the N-word, hit the midway mark with a stunning episode in which three generations of the Johnson family discussed police violence against black Americans, and ended...
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Commissioner Gary Bettman expresses doubt about NHL's participation in 2018 Olympics

Los Angeles Times (Helene Elliott) — NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman on Monday expressed strong doubt that the league will send players to the 2018 Olympics because of the International Olympic Committee’s refusal to pay transportation and insurance costs for players to participate in the Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The league...
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Viacom board members vow to fight removal attempt

Los Angeles Times (Meg James) — Gearing up for a battle for control of media company Viacom, board members on Monday took the unusual step of vowing to fight an expected campaign by Sumner Redstone and his family to shake up the board. In a letter to shareholders and employees, Viacom’s lead independent director Frederic Salerno...
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Bernstein by the Bay: S.F. Symphony brilliantly delivers 'On the Town'

Los Angeles Times (Mark Swed) — You could make a Broadway show about the making of the musical “On the Town.” It’s got everything. Then again, no one would believe it. In 1944, a 26-year-old composer and a couple of theater-world pals living in a Greenwich Village garret put together a ridiculously ambitious project about the...
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On a foggy night, a deadly naval disaster off Newport Beach

Los Angeles Times (David C. Henley) — It was midmorning on Tuesday, July 19, 1960, and two 376-foot U.S. Navy destroyers, foghorns blaring, were groping their way through dense fog five miles off Newport Beach. Both ships, the Ammen , which was heading to San Diego from the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station, where it had unloaded it...
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Quick turnaround saps Dodgers' bats in 2-0 loss to Cubs

Los Angeles Times (Andy McCullough) — The offense never arrived from New York, the defense cracked and the Dodgers dropped a 2-0 decision to the Cubs on Monday afternoon at Wrigley Field. After a bloop by Justin Turner found a patch of outfield grass in the first inning, the Dodgers (27-25) did not record another hit all afternoon....
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