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In a year when scores of powerful men have been called to account for sexual misconduct, gender politics are a central force in the Nov. 6 election
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"We’ve made important progress," Ford’s attorneys said in a statement. "Dr. Ford believes it is important for senators to hear directly from her about the sexual assault committed against her. She has agreed to move forward."
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Airline industry leaders say the basic economy fares have been successful at drawing the attention of fliers who ultimately book a higher-priced fare once they notice all of the restrictions on the cheaper ticket
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Do Gavin Newsom and John Cox even want the same job? Their visions of California's governorship radically differ:
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Los Angeles Times 3h
You can now freeze and unfreeze your credit for free, thanks to a new federal law passed after the Equifax hack
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A fun spot in post-hurricane Puerto Rico helps the healing: 'A little beer. Some dancing. You get distracted'
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Los Angeles Times 4h
Yes, California has a full-on fall. And the Sierra is starting to pop already
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Los Angeles Times 4h
Readers React: Parents, it's time to push back against out-of-control homework loads and class schedules (via )
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Los Angeles Times 5h
Derek Slevin's years-long photographic project "Faces of the Forgotten" has taken him to skid rows and homeless encampments in Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco (via )
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Los Angeles Times 5h
The Train de Charlevoix follows the St. Lawrence shoreline, traveling 77 miles northeast from Quebec City toward the riverside town of La Malbaie. "This train is all about feasting your eyes and your stomach at the same time."
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Los Angeles Times 6h
To some, he was a pioneering agent who guided the careers of top talent like Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep and Dustin Hoffman. To others, he was a ruthless tactician who wouldn't let anyone stand in his way
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Los Angeles Times 6h
You’ve probably had a banana split, but what about bananas Foster beignets or banana dulce de leche empanadas?
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Los Angeles Times 7h
Of the four new wide releases this weekend, only Universal's "The House With a Clock In its Walls" managed to place among the top five at the box office
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Los Angeles Times 7h
Here are the movies opening in theaters around Los Angeles this week
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Los Angeles Times 8h
Want to learn home cooking from the real experts? Immigrant moms, aunties and grandmas will teach you how to make prized family recipes in this new L.A. cooking class
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Los Angeles Times 8h
Now, all Americans will receive $37,500 for each gold medal, $22,500 for silver and $15,000 for bronze
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Los Angeles Times 9h
Two years ago, Mexican journalist Mario Gomez Sanchez went to police and told them he was afraid for his life. On Friday, he was shot as he was leaving his house
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Los Angeles Times 9h
Christine Blasey Ford agreed she will testify after Brett Kavanaugh, rather than going first, as she had preferred. But who will be asking the questions remains unresolved
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Los Angeles Times 10h
Readers React: The SAT is designed to rank students. It shouldn't be used to judge teachers (via )
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Los Angeles Times 10h
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park— normally the state’s most popular tourist attraction — had been closed for 135 days as volcanic activity caused explosive eruptions and earthquakes
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