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‘Any Night's’ riveting performances and Hitchcockian thrills could soar on the big screen 

What better way to emphasize the atmosphere of a nightmare than to make one’s female protagonist a sleepwalker who fears that, in her twilight state, she will hurt herself or kill another? This is the conceit at the heart of the Los Angeles premiere of “Any Night,” co-written by Daniel Arnold and...

Fake news about statins is discouraging the use of these life-saving drugs, expert warns

Denial is not just for climate-change anymore. In a political environment in which charges of puffery, deception and fake news abound, a new controversy has been joined, and it returns to grounds that have long proved fertile for conspiracy theories: medicine. The newest charge of “fake news” has...

Troubles deepen for Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions as White House spokesman questions the 'future of the relationship'

Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions faced increasing questions about his future as Monday began with a fresh public slap from his boss, President Trump, and continued with new calls to testify about his conversations with the Russian ambassador last year. Sessions, the first senator to endorse Trump, was...

Angels mailbag: What is happening with one week until the trade deadline?

Angels writer Pedro Moura answers readers' questions each week during the season.

In San Francisco, Al Gore praises Gov. Jerry Brown's work against climate change

It has been a decade since Al Gore released “An Inconvenient Truth,” the Oscar-winning documentary that catapulted the one-time presidential candidate to the front lines of climate change activism. Now he’s back with “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power,” which follows the former vice president...

District court refuses to block federal government voter information collection

A federal court in Washington on Monday cleared the way for President Donald Trump’s election commission to ask states to turn over personal voter information as part of its investigation into Trump’s claims about voter fraud in the 2016 presidential election. The U.S. District Court ruled against...

Manchester City bets big on global expansion of its brand and sport

When Claudio Reyna played for Manchester City more than a decade ago, it was less a soccer club than a disaster. Just two years removed from the second-tier Football League when Reyna arrived, City lost 48 times in his three full seasons there, narrowly escaping relegation again in 2006. So it...

Sony Pictures picks a new television team

Sony Pictures Entertainment on Monday named new leaders for its U.S.-based television operations, elevating three longtime executives to serve in a newly created office overseeing television production and programming. Veteran business affairs executive Jeff Frost was tapped to lead the team as...

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