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That’s right, sun-worshipers: Beach weather is right around the corner.
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Elon Musk's monthly mortgage payment on a 20,200-square-foot property he bought in 2012 for $17 million: about $180,000.
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An investigator inspected the spa at the request of police and believed staffers were living at the business. The investigator noted that the spa included two rooms with beds, a dresser containing clothes and medicine and a refrigerator stocked with food.
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Over nearly two years, special counsel Robert S. Mueller III has operated like a prosecutorial submarine, abruptly surfacing without warning to release indictments or announce guilty pleas and then plunging back down to continue the Russia investigation.
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Now there is one more place where cameras could start watching you — from 30,000 feet.
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No fewer than 70 companies are designing, building and testing this era’s version of the flying car. Just don’t expect much “car.”
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Esmeralda Bermudez 🦅 1h
It turns out the band director in my story about 's hometown, Tlaxiaco, was in fact fired yesterday due 2 town politics. The kids must return their city-owned instruments & are searching 4 donations 2 buy news ones. UPDATED STORY
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Some phone apps are sending sensitive user data, including health information, to Facebook Inc. without users’ consent, according to a report.
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Eli Stokols 1h
Trump, one aide said, “tends to go back and forth, where one minute he's upset and tweeting about the ‘witch hunt’ and the next he's telling you, ‘It's going to be fine,’ which is basically him telling himself.”
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For many Angelenos, his voice was synonymous with murder.
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Hoda Muthana left college in Alabama in 2014 and married an Islamic State fighter after arriving in Syria. Though she once praised the militant group and denounced the U.S., she has since openly renounced Islamic State and said she wants to return.
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Long past time, actually. From columnist Michael Hiltzik:
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A couple accused of torturing, starving and keeping their 13 children captive in their Perris home have pleaded guilty to 14 felony counts, including one count of torture. David and Louise Turpin are expected to serve 25 years to life in prison.
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“In the old days, there was so much riding on an album,” he said. “It had to be exactly right — to represent Weezer exactly as they should be represented.” He shrugged. “Now it’s like: That’s a weird idea — let’s try that.”
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Los Angeles Times 3h
Replying to @latimes
Self-proclaimed interim leader Juan Guaido has pledged that the aid would enter the Venezuela by Saturday
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Miles south of the blockade, a collection of market stalls and street vendor stands are open for Venezuelans looking for items they can’t find or can’t afford in their own country. Many of the vendors and clients are Venezuelan, among the 30,000 who cross into Colombia every day
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A San Francisco police officer who came under scrutiny in 2015 for his role in a racist and homophobic texting scandal in the department admitted robbing two banks in the city last year.
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Los Angeles Times 3h
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Maduro vowed to keep the aid from entering Venezuela, despite chronic shortages of food and medicine that have already led to tens of thousands fleeing their country. It's currently being stockpiled in warehouses at the entrance to the border bridge
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Humanitarian aid destined for the people of Venezuela has been arriving in Cucuta, a Colombian city at the Venezuelan border, for weeks. Nicolas Maduro has accused Washington of mounting a coup and labeled the aid a political tool and a prelude to an “invasion"
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L.A. Times Sports 3h
Lonzo Ball dealing with a bone bruise that could extend his timeline for return, reports
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