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Former Dell CFO drops price on Montana ranch with film ties

Former Dell Chief Financial Officer Tom Meredith has adjusted the price on a pair of Ovando, Mont., ranches, including a 612-acre property seen in the Oscar-winning film “A River Runs Through It.”

Joke tweet sparks debate over airline computer security

When it comes to security, airlines have never been known for their sense of humor.

Ex-state GOP chief Tom Del Beccaro launches Senate bid

Former state Republican chairman Tom Del Beccaro announced his candidacy for U.S. Senate on Sunday, ensuring a divided GOP field in next year’s contest to succeed Democrat Barbara Boxer.

Federal government must affirm right to record police

To the editor: Thank you for reaffirming the right of citizens to film law enforcement and recognizing its importance in driving the much-needed debate on policing in our country. ("Affirming the right of citizens to record police activity," editorial, April 23)

Scattered violence in Baltimore protests of man's death after police custody

Thousands of protesters took to the streets Saturday in the largest rally yet over the death of Freddie Gray, and after hours of peaceful demonstrations, pockets of protesters smashed police car windows and storefronts.

Katmandu's poorly constructed buildings worsen quake outcome

An exploding urban population that led to taller and often poorly constructed buildings, along with an unusually hazardous combination of geological conditions, had for years prompted warnings from scientists that the Katmandu Valley of Nepal was a seismic time bomb waiting to go off.

Angels want Josh Hamilton to be playing again

Collin Cowgill got to know Josh Hamilton as an Angels teammate and friend the last two seasons after watching the former American League most valuable player star for the Texas Rangers.

Islamic State suicide bombers kill Iraqi soldiers at Jordanian border

Suicide car bombings by Islamic State militants at an Iraq-Jordan border crossing left at least five Iraqi soldiers dead Saturday and crippled the movement of trucks between the two Middle East nations.

UFC 186: Live coverage of Johnson vs. Horiguchi plus Rampage return

UFC 186 takes place Saturday night from Montreal, headlined by a UFC flyweight title bout featuring champion Demetrious Johnson defending against challenger Kyoji Horiguchi. Johnson’s dominance of his division has gained him acclaim as one of the sport’s best pound for pound fighters, although...

A-Rod still hitting homers, even if Yankees don't want to pay for them

Josh Hamilton could help the Angels win this year. No doubt about it, certainly not from Angels Manager Mike Scioscia or the players.

The Mayweathers are in this fight together

The ride of a lifetime that is fatherhood began for Floyd Mayweather Sr. by pushing a stroller around his former Grand Rapids, Mich., neighborhood.

Killer Mike advocates for more minority-owned labels at MIT lecture

The outspoken rapper and cable news favorite will also attend the White House Correspondents Assn. Dinner Saturday night The outspoken rapper and cable news favorite will also attend the White House Correspondents Assn. Dinner Saturday night

Baseball: Adrian Acosta of Chatsworth has a five-hit day

After becoming eligible on April 6 following the situout period for transferring from Simi Valley, Adrian Acosta of Chatsworth must be finally becoming comfortable in his new surroundings.

J.J. Redick says Clippers must play Game 4 with 'sense of desperation'

The Clippers trail the five-time NBA champion San Antonio Spurs in their first-round playoff series, 2-1, with Game 4 set for Sunday at 12:30 p.m. PDT in San Antonio

Mayweathers To Take On Manny Pacquiao

The ride of a lifetime that is fatherhood began for Floyd Mayweather Sr. by pushing a stroller around his former Grand Rapids, Mich., neighborhood.

Football: Big ambitions for Narbonne Gauchos

There was a four-team seven on seven passing competition on Saturday morning at Chaminade. Narbonne, Oaks Christian and Calabasas joined the host Eagles. What was memorable was the message Narbonne Coach Manuel Douglas passed along to his players during a pregame talk.

CBS, PBS tie for most Daytime Creative Arts Emmys

The daytime lineups of CBS and PBS took home the most awards at Friday night's Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, with 17 each.

Nepal earthquake triggers deadly avalanche on Mount Everest

A powerful earthquake in Nepal on Saturday triggered an avalanche above the most popular Mount Everest base camp at the height of climbing season, killing at least 10 people and stranding others at the perilous Khumbu Icefall, Nepalese officials and climbers reported.

Jewels of the sea from French Polynesia's Gambier Islands

It was harvest time in this remote archipelago where French Polynesians produce the South Seas' most treasured pearls.

The grim, lingering legacy of despot Jesuit priest Honore Laval

French Jesuit Father Honoré Laval, intent on creating "a settlement of God," established a despotic rule over the Gambiers soon after he landed in 1834.

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