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As the campaign nears the end, Bernie Sanders talks about his mission and goals

Sen. Bernie Sanders sat down with Times reporter Kate Linthicum for a brief interview Wednesday night before his rally in Lancaster. This transcript of the questions and answers has been lightly edited for clarity. LAT: A new poll shows you trailing Hillary Clinton by a few percentage points in...

Why Gov. Jerry Brown hasn't endorsed a presidential candidate - and why he should

Gov. Jerry Brown has endorsed a candidate for the U.S. Senate. He has also embraced one running for Congress in Compton. And for Sacramento mayor. But Brown still has not taken sides in the presidential race between fellow Democrats Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders, even with Californians...

Football: Salesian's Deommodore Lenoir sets the standard for excellence

OK all you hotshot receivers. If you want to know if you're any good, try going up against defensive back Deommodore Lenoir of L.A. Salesian. He's going to be the standard for excellence this summer and fall. During a passing practice on Wednesday night at Loyola, when he was allowed to play man-to-man...

Three people shot during T.I.'s performance at a concert in New York

At least three people have been shot at a concert in New York City. It happened around 10:15 p.m. local time Wednesday at Irving Plaza, near Manhattan's Union Square. Rapper T.I. was performing at the venue at the time. Police say two men and a woman were shot. They say one of the men had life-threatening...

Boys' volleyball: Wednesday's Southern California Regional result

BOYS' VOLLEYBALL SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION II Semifinal, Wednesday Oak Park d. La Jolla, 25-20, 25-14, 25-16

Track: City Section championships are set for Thursday at Birmingham

Berths in next week's state track and field championships will be on the line on Thursday night, along with the chance to be best in the City Section. The City Section track and field championships at Birmingham High should produce lots of celebrating from Carson athletes, because the Colts are...

Puig's lineup absence isn't a punishment

The timing looked a little suspect, but Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts insisted that the absence of Yasiel Puig from Wednesday night’s lineup was not further punishment for the mercurial outfielder’s lackluster effort on the bases Tuesday night. “This decision was made [Tuesday] prior to the game,”...

Marvel's 'Captain America' reveal changes everything you thought you knew about Steve Rogers

Who’s more patriotic than Steve Rogers? Since his debut, Captain America has embodied American values. His superhero origin story itself is rooted in a specific moment of patriotism — with young Steve Rogers gaining his powers because of an experiment that transforms the frail military recruit...

Softball: Wednesday's Southern Section playoff scores and updated pairings

SOFTBALL SOUTHERN SECTION DIVISION 1 Quarterfinals, Thursday, 3:15 p.m. unless noted Great Oak vs. Mater Dei at Thornton Park (Santa Ana), FRIDAY, 4 p.m. #4 Norco at Valencia Vista Murrieta at #3 Los Alamitos Lakewood at #2 Orange Lutheran     DIVISION 2 Quarterfinals, Thursday, 3:15 p.m. Rio Mesa...

Baseball: Wednesday's Southern Section playoff score and updated pairings

BASEBALL SOUTHERN SECTION DIVISION 1 Quarterfinals, Friday, 3:15 p.m. #1 JSerra at Hart Harvard-Westlake at #4 Cypress Murrieta Mesa at #3 Orange Lutheran West Ranch at #2 El Toro     DIVISION 2 Quarterfinals, Friday, 3:15 p.m. Foothill at #1 South Hills #4 Mission Viejo at Damien Yucaipa at Dos...

Andy Murray survives another five-set match at French Open

As if ordering room service, Andy Murray's latest unheralded French Open tormenter requested that a can of Coke and a Mars bar be brought to him right there on Court Philippe Chatrier for sustenance during their five-setter. Truth is, it was Murray who appeared in need of a jolt of some sort, especially...

Warriors face must win in Game 5 against Thunder

Steve Kerr glanced at the bank of cameras facing him inside the Golden State Warriors’ practice facility Wednesday and joked that he couldn’t curse because it would be picked up by a live feed. There were plenty of reasons to let the four-letter words fly. Kerr’s defending NBA champions, only weeks...

Sen. Barbara Boxer sits down with President Obama's Supreme Court nominee

California politics updates: Signatures being checked on November propositions, no Sanders spotlight for Tommy Chong May 25, 2016, 4:15 p.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California politics and government news. Here's what we're watching: We're covering Donald Trump's Anaheim...

At a rowdy but peaceful rally in Anaheim, Trump hits immigration hard

Donald Trump showed no sign of letting up on his harsh immigration rhetoric as he returned to California on Wednesday with a message decidedly out of step with a state that has roundly rejected a hard-line approach to the issue. “Build that wall!” Trump chanted along with the crowd at the Anaheim...

Johnny Depp's wife files for divorce after a year of marriage

Johnny Depp's wife has filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences after a year of marriage. Court records show Amber Depp, an actress known as Amber Heard, filed for divorce on Monday and is seeking spousal support from the Oscar-nominated actor. Heard listed their date of separation...

Barry Allen has reached his 'Flashpoint,' as a world-shattering event ends 'Flash's' marvelous Season 2

This season, Barry Allen has traveled to different earths, different time periods, even different planes of existence. He’s been struck by lightning, loved, lost and loved again. He’s been through more funerals and triumphs in two years than anyone should in one lifetime. And technically has died...

Hillary Clinton still has an e-mail problem - and denial won't make it go away

Donald Trump isn’t the only presidential candidate with credibility problems.  The State Department’s inspector general delivered his report on Hillary Clinton’s e-mails on Wednesday -- and it wasn’t good news for the presumptive Democratic candidate. In spare bureaucratic language, the inspector...

Actor Joey Lawrence lists his Calabasas crib for sale at $2.249 million

Joey Lawrence of “Blossom” and “Melissa & Joey” fame has put his house in a gated Calabasas community up for sale at $2.249 million. That’s nearly a 20% price increase from when the actor had the remodeled home on the market two years ago. The Mediterranean-style home, built in 1988, has such designer...

No screaming parents? And you call surfing a sport?

Here’s a thought: Leave kids alone and let ’em play. In fact, I’d like to start a “Let ’Em Play” movement, dedicated to the novel idea that your child’s athletic endeavors are theirs, not yours, Daddy-O... you insufferable Steinbrenner... you meddling Marinovich. I’ve got some crazy ideas, all...

Bernie Sanders attacks Disney -- again

State Department faults Hillary Clinton for poor recordkeeping on emails May 25, 2016, 12:51 p.m. Bernie Sanders takes aim at both Hillary Clinton and GOP presumptive nominee Donald Trump as he campaigns in California. Hillary Clinton ignored guidelines and never got approval for her email practices,...

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