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ABC dishes juicy details about upcoming season of 'The Bachelor'

As 2016 comes to a close, the American people can rest easy knowing their suffering is nearly over: “The Bachelor” is about to return.  ABC announced Monday that the landmark dating reality show would be returning for its 21st season on Jan. 2 with 30 beautiful, accomplished women competing for...

Galaxy's Dos Santos, Van Damme named to MLS Best XI

Galaxy defender Jelle Van Damme and midfielder Giovani dos Santos were named to Major League Soccer’s postseason all-star team Monday after a year in which they led the team to the Western Conference semifinals. Van Damme, 33, came to MLS last winter from Belgian team Standard Liege and went on...

UCLA rises to No. 2 in latest AP poll after victory over Kentucky

Where does UCLA go after beating top-ranked Kentucky? Up, up, up. The Bruins rose nine spots to No. 2 in the Associated Press ranking released Monday, their highest standing since they held the same position on Nov. 26, 2007. That season turned out OK. UCLA went to the Final Four for a third consecutive...

That's a wrap: Tom Cruise dies and comes back to life in 'The Mummy' trailer

Today in Entertainment: Obama's last class of Kennedy Center honorees, Oakland's Ghost Ship fire Dec. 5, 2016, 10 a.m. Here's what's new and interesting in the world of entertainment and the arts today:Meet Malay, the record producer trusted by Frank Ocean and ZaynObama's last class of Kennedy...

Big Republican states could have a lot to lose from Obamacare repeal

Ben Carson is Trump's pick to be Housing secretary Dec. 5, 2016, 8:59 a.m. This is our look at President-elect Donald Trump's transition and the outgoing Obama administration. Here's what's happening: Ben Carson, a former GOP primary rival who then supported Trump, is his choice for HUD Trump pokes...

Roundup: The art of protest, Dakota Access edition; a Trump tower, with pigs

Art and the Dakota Access Pipeline protests. A conversation about freedom of expression in Russia. And an imaginative idea for blocking Donald Trump’s building logo in Chicago. Here’s the Roundup: — The Army Corps of Engineers has denied a permit for the Dakota Access Pipeline. Writer and editor...

Oakland's Ghost Ship fire is nightmare scenario for promoters, governments and music lovers

Today in Entertainment: 'Moonlight' wins multiple awards from the LAFCA, 'Moana' is still the box office leader Dec. 5, 2016, 8:23 a.m. Here's what's new and interesting in the world of entertainment and the arts today:20 contenders emerge for visual effects Oscar, including 'Captain America' and...

Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez joins race to succeed Rep. Xavier Becerra in Congress

Essential Politics: Legislative Democrats jump into immigration debate, state treasurer seeks help for pot businesses using cash Dec. 5, 2016, 7:20 a.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now: Legislative Democrats...

Accused Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof allowed to hire lawyers back, for now

A federal judge has allowed a white man accused of fatally shooting nine black parishioners at a Charleston, S.C., church to hire back his lawyers, at least for the first phase of his trial.  Dylann Roof asked U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel over the weekend if he could use his attorneys during...

Oscar Watch: 'Silence' broken on Scorsese's latest movie

When the pope shakes your hand and tells you he hopes that your film “bears much fruit,” everything else — critics groups, career callbacks, splashy openings — kind of falls by the wayside. Filmmaker Martin Scorsese met Pope Francis on Wednesday shortly before a Vatican screening of his latest...

Cam Newton on being benched for a dress-code violation: 'We didn't lose this game because of a tie'

Dressed in a matching black turtleneck and hat with a dark gray coat, Carolina quarterback Cam Newton looked impeccable as usual after Sunday night’s game. But Ron Rivera apparently wasn’t too crazy about the outfit when the reigning league MVP wore it a day earlier for the team’s flight to Seattle....

On top of the world in Venice's Silver Triangle area

A multi-dimensional stone entry sets the stage at this newly built contemporary home. Inside, designer Bruce Tucker has used walls of glass and skylights to flood the clean-lined house with abundant light and views. Floating stairs rise to an upper-level master suite.  Address: 2413 Wilson Ave.,...

What we learned from Kings' 5-4 shootout loss to Canadiens

The Kings traded scoring punches with the Montreal Canadiens for a good portion of Sunday’s contest. The problem is that is exactly what they don’t want to be doing.  While the Kings’ offense kept up, their defense let them down in a 5-4 shootout loss at Staples Center. Here’s what we learned:...

Twitter is the new social media darling for travelers, solving problems and saving money

When I’m in a travel bind, whether it’s before a trip or at the airport, I often use Twitter to contact the airlines. That social media outlet can lead to better service and sometimes even savings. Anthony Berklich, founder of the travel platform Inspired Citizen, has used Twitter for his travel...

New hotels, hot restaurants, a singing superstar - Vegas proves again it just never sits still

New Year’s Eve may be a little less than a month away, but the Champagne corks are already popping in Las Vegas, ringing in new hotels, restaurants and attractions. The Vegas boom, once as sizzling as an August afternoon, has slowed to a simmer since 2008. But a growth spurt is underway in Southern...

Things you may have missed in the Rams' 26-10 loss to the Patriots

Here are some things you might have missed during the Rams’ 26-10 loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday in Foxborough, Mass.: First quarter The Patriots used three running backs on their first drive and all three ran for more yards on their first carry than Todd Gurley. Dion Lewis rushed for...

Gift ideas to make traveling easier

The goal: Take the hassle out of travel. The gift: anything that does that. Here are some items that can smooth the way, whether it’s across the state or around the world. Our 2016 holiday gift guide is here, over 200 gifts for everyone on your holiday shopping list » Separate your tech and clothing...

At Pearl Harbor, the silence 75 years later pays tribute to the sacrifices that saved the world

Sometimes, sorrow and reverence only whisper.  As the Navy shuttle pulled near the sunken USS Arizona battleship at Pearl Harbor, National Park Service rangers requested quiet on that May day of my visit. This landmark of American tragedy and resilience marks its 75th milestone  on Wednesday. The...

Holy Bible-quoting passenger, Batman. This woman upset the crew and the fliers -- and paid the price

I’m a flight attendant, not a cop. But on a recent flight from Miami to Rio de Janeiro, I was forced to wrestle a passenger to the floor, restrain her with airline-issued flex cuffs and turn her over to Brazilian police.  The incident began about 4 a.m. The aircraft cabin was dark, save for the...

How free coupons for patients help drugmakers hike prices by 1,000%

Horizon Pharma charges more than $2,000 for a month’s supply of a prescription pain reliever that is the combination of two cheap drugs available separately over the counter. Another company, Novum, sells a small tube of a prescription skin rash cream, containing two inexpensive decades-old medicines,...

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