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Saturday's TV highlights and weekend talk: 'Planet Earth: Blue Planet II' on BBC America

SERIES Planet Earth: Blue Planet II One of the best episodes in this series, “Coasts” explores how different species of wildlife survive in environments where the oceans meet the land. Sea lions are shown herding tuna and puffins fight off other sea birds for survival. 9 p.m. BBC America Falling...

Horse trainer Keith Desormeaux really knows how to find a bargain

If you’re looking for a bargain, you could do worse than bringing Keith Desormeaux along with you. Especially if you are looking for a horse. The personable Santa Anita-based trainer is back in the Kentucky Derby hunt with a colt bought for a mere $20,000. Even though My Boy Jack had run in the...

USC can't get out of its own way when it comes to NCAA scandals

USC thought it had finally, painfully and diligently, slogged its way out of the shadow of athletic scandal. The Reggie Bush sanctions had long been lifted. The O.J. Mayo sanctions had long been forgotten. The Steve Sarkisian mess was just a memory. With a new athletic director, new training facilities...

Nick Tropeano struggles in return from elbow surgery, Angels lose spring training opener to Oakland Athletics

The Angels lost their spring training opener to Oakland, 9-8, on Friday at Hohokam Stadium. The Angels are 0-1 in Cactus League play. AT THE PLATE: Colin Walsh hit a three-run homer to put the Angels up, 8-7, in the eighth inning. That came after Carlos Perez had driven in a run with a double....

World powers press for cease-fire in Syria, but U.N. doesn't act

As Syrian warplanes continued to bombard a civilian enclave outside Damascus, killing hundreds, key European leaders demanded a cease-fire Friday while the United Nations struggled to bring Russia on board with the plan to end the carnage. The U.N. Security Council scheduled, then postponed, then...

Calendar Letters: A chorus of bravos for Van Nuys High choir program

Student choir impresses I wish to congratulate Catherine Womack for her article on the Los Angeles Master Chorale working with the Van Nuys student choir and singers [“Girls Want You to ‘Hear Our Voice,’” Feb. 16]. It was a perfect choice to select something as positive as this oratorio to balance...

UCLA's Aaron Holiday needs some help if the Bruins hope to reach the NCAA tournament

Try as he might, Aaron Holiday can’t win games on his own. The UCLA point guard is usually his team’s leading scorer and playmaker, but there are also times when it seems he’s the only productive Bruin on the court. That was the case for much of the second half Thursday night against Utah. Holiday...

The right wing's 40-year attack on unions is coming to the Supreme Court, and this time it could win

For 40 years, right-wing activists and fronts for the 1% have had their knives out for a Supreme Court precedent that protects the ability of public employee unions to represent their members and even nonmembers, and to speak out on matter of public interest. That precedent faces a mortal threat...

TV This Week, Feb. 25-March 3: A Dylan doc, new comedies and more

SUNDAY It’s all over but the closing ceremony at the “2018 Winter Olympics” in Pyeongchang, South Korea. 5 and 8 p.m. NBC See which “celebrity” is the “winner” on the season “finale” of “Celebrity Big Brother.” Julie Chen “hosts.” 8 p.m. CBS Loose lips: “The Women Tell All” on a special episode...

Where the landscape painting takes some imaginative turns

At Baert Gallery in downtown Los Angeles, works by Francesca Gabbiani and Iliodora Margellos form one of the best two-artist exhibitions in recent memory.

Trump unleashes on gun policy, immigrants and Democrats in rambling campaign-style speech

President Trump revived some favorite campaign staples in a highly partisan speech to conservative activists Friday — including an anti-immigrant poem and a "lock her up" chant — unleashing himself after tense weeks that saw a school massacre, more White House turmoil and fresh indictments against...

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