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Sen. Cassidy's Obamacare repeal bill gets blasted by the health secretary of his home state

Senate Republicans are preparing to vote on their last-gasp Affordable Care Act repeal bill without estimates from the Congressional Budget Office of its effects on the deficit, health insurance coverage, or premiums. So someone else has to step in to inform the senators of the measure’s grim consequences....

Trump calls North Korean leader 'Rocket Man' in formal speech to U.N., threatens to end Iran deal

President Trump mocked North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as "Rocket Man" and denounced "loser terrorists" in the normally formal occasion of his maiden address to the United Nations General Assembly. "Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime," Trump said in the provocative...

Giants coach Ben McAdoo calls out Eli Manning for key delay of game penalty against the Lions

Not all of the New York Giants’ woes can be pinned on Eli Manning. But coach Ben McAdoo called out the two-time Super Bowl champion Monday night following a 24-10 loss to the Detroit Lions, blaming Manning for a key delay of game penalty. “Sloppy quarterback play,” McAdoo said. “Quarterback and...

Del Mar putting on a show for Breeders' Cup in early November, with golf, music, food

Not only will the Breeders’ Cup showcase horse racing’s top talent Nov. 3-4 at Del Mar Racetrack but it’ll also shine a light on San Diego’s cuisine, culture and entertainment. Heavy on music and food, the festival begins a week before the races. It also features golf tournaments, a beach run and...

Proterra claims world record, says its electric bus traveled more than 1,100 miles on a single charge

Proterra, the electric bus company based in Burlingame, Calif., with an assembly plant in City of Industry, claimed a world record for electric vehicle range on Tuesday. Its Catalyst E2 all-electric bus traveled 1,101.2 miles over a test track on a single charge, the company said. That bests a...

How your car's tinted windows pose a hazard to cyclists, pedestrians and police

To the editor: Robin Abcarian provides a good inside view of car window tinting (“Attention too-cool-for-school drivers: Your tinted car windows are illegal,” Sept. 15), but the perspective from outside can be downright scary. Bicycle riders have to be alert to cars pulling out from cross streets...

Let's hope the foie gras ban is a slippery slope to no longer abusing animals for food

To the editor: I am saddened but not surprised when I read about people defending the outrageous depravity that is force-feeding ducks and geese to produce foie gras. Clearly they are threatened by change, and their defenses, predictably, fall into three camps. (“Chefs react angrily as federal...

L.A. can pay for the Olympics — but not to improve a dangerous Hollywood intersection?

To the editor: I don’t get it. How can the Los Angeles City Council continue to approve “financial packages” for hotel and residential developers, contemplate wooing Amazon to build its second headquarters here and pay for the 2028 Olympics when residents can’t be guaranteed basic services such...

Good riddance to California's 'mission project'

Watch out, sugar industry. California’s schools are about to deal you a major blow. Not by teaching students about the terrible health problems caused by the overconsumption of your product. It would be nice to think so, but no. Rather, we’re talking about the impending death of the fourth-grade...

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