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Ronda Rousey's next Ultimate Fighting Championship title defense will come Nov. 14 at UFC 193 in Australia instead of Jan. 2 in Las Vegas.
Al Arbour, the bespectacled gentleman of a coach who molded a young and talented New York Islanders franchise into an NHL dynasty that won four straight Stanley Cups in the early 1980s, has died. He was 82.
As lawmakers consider new measures to combat climate change, researchers at UC Berkeley released a study saying stronger renewable energy requirements would lead to new jobs.
Travel letters: In the Letters column of the Aug. 23 Travel section, the name of letter writer Bill Spitalnick of Newport Beach was misspelled Spitalnik.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter landed Friday at Moffett Federal Airfield for his second appearance in Silicon Valley in four months to reassure technology industry leaders that the Pentagon views their work as vital to the future of national defense.
Down, 14-0, in the first quarter of a game played with temperatures in the 90s, the Dorsey Dons started to wear down Hamilton and came away with a 33-14 victory over the defending City Section Division II champions at Hamilton.
The mischievous minions Kevin, Stuart and Bob have joined the billion-dollar box-office club.
The same ease that Leo Santa Cruz will have making weight today parallels his confidence in defeating Abner Mares on Saturday night in their Southland featherweight showdown at Staples Center.
Lakers part-owner Jim Buss says he's anxious for the new season to begin, and one of the reasons is the team's top draft pick, D'Angelo Russell.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio accused the Obama administration of abdicating American leadership in back-to-back foreign policy speeches Friday intended to put their presidential campaigns back in the national conversation about next year's election.
While the Cleveland Cavaliers were able to lock up nearly all of the pieces from its Eastern Conference championship team last season, they could still be without Kyrie Irving deep into next season.
Baby-faced Skylar Stover has been in tough cooking competitions before. Not Gordon Ramsay tough, but the real thing. He was part of the American team that took home a silver medal at this year's Bocuse d'Or international cooking competition in Lyon, France.
Prosecutors in Sicily have detained 10 suspected people traffickers believed to have crammed migrants into the airless hold of a vessel crossing from Libya in which 52 died.
If you happen to be in or around West Hollywood on Tuesday and think you'll be in need of some caffeine, you may want to set this reminder on your phone's calendar now: Verve Coffee Roasters will have a soft open of its Melrose Avenue cafe on Sept. 1. This will be the Santa Cruz-based roaster's...
Al Arbour, who coached the New York Islanders to four consecutive Stanley Cup championships and ranks as the NHL's second-most winningest coach, has died, team officials announced Friday. He was 82.
Put down the cotton candy vodka, the pink lemonade rum and the coconut tequila. If you want a liquor that actually tastes like a spicy stick of cinnamon, a vodka that resembles a crisp cucumber or a brandy that tastes of the wine it was made from, look to Paso Robles.
Like many European composers before him who have made the pilgrimage across the Atlantic to offer their talents on the altar of Hollywood, Max Richter has learned to become proficient in the rituals of studio networking.
The website Try Wine On Tap now includes an interactive map that shows more than 3,900 restaurants and bars nationwide where you can find wines on tap. That's a movement right there and growing all the time.
Here's proof this move will tighten up your thighs: Super-sleek fitness expert Suzanne Bowen, creator of BarreAmped, has been doing this dance-inspired move several times a week for 14 years. And still her legs are like Jell-O by the end of it. (You can go online to see her trembling legs for yourself...
There's nothing like the phrase "fecal contamination" to get your attention. And most of the reporting on an investigation by Consumer Reports magazine into the safety of ground beef from sustainably vs. conventionally raised animals published this week certainly took advantage of that.