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Baseball: Royal's Jaden Fein is headed home with gold medal

Sophomore Jaden Fein of Simi Valley Royal had a triple and RBI to help the USA 15U national baseball team defeat Colombia, 9-5, in the championship game of the COPABE "AA" Pan Am championships gold medal game in Aguascalientes, Mexi...

VMAs: All about costumes, not clothes

Kim stuffs her pregnant body into a gown and Kanye shows up in sweats? Not fair, not fair. https://t.co/UE8OMxDcjd- @Booth (@Booth) August 31, 2015.#VMAs are about costumes, not clothes- @Booth (@Booth) August 31, 2015 Host Miley Cyrus attends the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. (Christopher Polk...

Angels get too much sun in 9-2 loss to Indians

The stars haven't aligned for the Angels this season, and neither did the sun on Sunday.

Mike Trout nearly hits for cycle in lopsided Angels loss

There was one bright spot for the Angels on Sunday, and it was not the spherical ball of hot plasma that caused problems for their outfielders, who lost two balls in the sun in the team's 9-2 loss to the Cleveland Indians.

Defending champion Ohio State will have a tough time repeating

The Times' annual college football countdown continues its march toward No. 1 with the pick for No. 2.

Kentucky clerk who opposes same-sex marriage turns to Supreme Court for help

The Supreme Court gets its first chance this week to respond to religious-liberty advocates who say the high court's landmark ruling in favor of same-sex marriage threatens the rights of some conservative Christians.

Here comes the sun ... and there go the Angels in 9-2 loss to Indians

If the Angels haven't hit rock bottom yet, they're getting very close. They found another way to lose on Sunday, their two best outfielders - Mike Trout and Kole Calhoun - losing fly balls in the sun, both key plays in a 9-2 loss to the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field.

'Hannibal' finale: Why Will Graham will live on for years to come

With "Hannibal" ending, television loses one of its finest examples of how to delve into psychiatric matters and still tell stories that are lush and complicated while upholding the clear-eyed humanity the subject matter deserves.

'Mad Max: Fury Road' roars into new blockbuster territory

New Releases: 'Mad Max: Fury Road,' 'The D Train,' 'Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me,' 'Bessie'

Iowa poll: Bernie Sanders down single-digits to Hillary Clinton

More from Trail Guide Aug. 28 Hillary Clinton strikes a new tone on e-mail Aug. 27 Joe Biden meets with AFL-CIO president Aug. 26 Hillary Clinton calls for stricter gun control measures after Virginia TV shooting Aug. 25 Trump kicks out reporter Jorge Ramos: 'Go back to Univision' Aug. 24 Visits...

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In strategy shift, CalPERS looks to cut financial risk

California taxpayers have never paid more for public worker pensions, but it's still not enough to cover the rising number of retirement checks written by the state's largest pension plan.

The new Broad museum, though efficiently designed, really only comes alive on the periphery

It's a depressingly reliable fact of Los Angeles architecture: Nothing comes easily on Bunker Hill.

Essential Arts and Culture: The Broad's architecture, a comic's crusade and Franzen's 'Purity'

I'm Kelly Scott, and here are some arts and culture stories from L.A. Times writers and critics to check out. Enter your email and click "Subscribe" to sign up.   How the Broad museum measures up As we get closer to the Sept. 20 opening of the Broad museum on Grand Avenue, Times architecture critic...

Angels getting slammed, the latest by Indians, as stretch run starts

CLEVELAND -- If not peaking too soon is part of the master plan for the Angels, they're doing a great job of sticking to it.

USC siphoning off much of Alzheimer's project funding from UC San Diego

In the latest twist in the ongoing dispute over a prestigious Alzheimer's disease research project, USC is siphoning off much of the project's funding from UC San Diego.

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