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Today: The Senate GOP Tries and Tries Again on Obamacare

A last-ditch Republican effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act seems to be picking up steam, and once again the stage is being set for another potentially dramatic Senate showdown. Here are the stories you shouldn’t miss today: TOP STORIES The Senate GOP Tries and Tries Again on Obamacare Remember...

Three arrested at protest for Georgia Tech student who was fatally shot by campus police

Three people were arrested Monday night during a protest after a vigil for a Georgia Tech student who was fatally shot by campus police, a university spokesman said. Police shot and killed Scout Schultz late Saturday night after the 21-year-old student called 911 to report an armed and possibly...

3.6 magnitude earthquake strikes near Westwood

A 3.6-magnitude earthquake struck on the Westside of Los Angeles Monday night. The epicenter of earthquake, which struck at 11:20 p.m., was just west of Interstate 405 in the Santa Monica Mountains. The U.S. Geological Survey’s ShakeMap said moderate shaking was felt throughout the Westside and...

As Rohingya Muslims flee Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi says: 'We want to find out why this exodus is happening'

Under mounting pressure to address Myanmar’s bloody military crackdown against Rohingya Muslims, Aung San Suu Kyi said Tuesday that her government was “working to restore the situation to normalcy” but declined to accept responsibility for what a top United Nations official has called ethnic cleansing....

College football: Auburn quarterback Sean White dismissed

Auburn coach Gus Malzahn dismissed former starting quarterback Sean White following a suspension and a subsequent arrest. The 15th-ranked Tigers’ backup quarterback was arrested early Sunday morning on a charge of public intoxication. White had been suspended for the first two games for undisclosed...

Rams prepare for Thursday night, by resting

The whirlwind preparation for a Thursday night game began in earnest Monday for the Rams. And it started with … rest. Coach Sean McVay canceled a scheduled workout so players could have an extra day to physically recover after Sunday’s 27-20 loss to the Washington Redskins. Rams players said after...

MLB: Dustin Pedroia injured

Second baseman Dustin Pedroia of the Boston Red Sox was struck in the face by his own foul ball and forced out of Monday night’s game against the host Baltimore Orioles. The Red Sox said Pedroia suffered a bruised nose and is listed as day to day. He fouled a pitch off the plate, and the ball...

Pizza shop employee fired after printing anti-police message on Torrance officer's receipt

An employee at pizza shop in Torrance was fired Monday after printing a derogatory message on a police officer’s receipt. The exchange occurred Thursday when the uniformed officer stopped by Pieology about noon for a quick lunch. When the cashier handed him his receipt, he noticed “F--- The Cops”...

Tuesday's TV highlights: 'Conan Without Borders: Israel' on TBS

SERIES America's Got Talent The top 10 acts compete for the last time in the final round of the competition. 8 p.m. NBC The Vietnam War In “The River Styx (January 1964-December 1965),” part three of the Ken Burns-Lynn Novick documentary series, Hanoi ramps up the conflict by sending troops to...

Denver Broncos are off to a running start

The team from the Mile High City is on the rise. The Denver Broncos are running the ball and stopping the run — they did neither well last season — and have a surprisingly effective quarterback in Trevor Siemian. As a result, they are 2-0 with impressive home victories over the Chargers and Dallas,...

About last night: A video recap of our favorite looks from the 2017 Emmy Awards

On the 69th Emmy Awards’ arrivals red carpet, there were trends to spot (silver metallics, mermaid-tail hems), young sartorial standouts to keep an eye on (“Stranger Things” cast, we’re talking to you) and judgment to pass in both directions (Zoe Kravitz’s Dior haute couture rainbow feather dress...

One thing Mike Trout hasn't hurt is his MVP chances

One afternoon at Angel Stadium last week, Mike Trout tossed a large foam football around the clubhouse with some teammates. At one point, Trout fired the football in a tight, perfect spiral across the room to Garrett Richards, his housemate and the Angels’ ace. Richards returned the throw on an...

Family, and friendly, ties bind Rams coach Sean McVay to a lineage of NFL greatness

Framed photographs, plaques and magazine covers adorn nearly every inch of wall space, memorabilia from a life in football that spans more than seven decades. A few are keepsakes from Massillon High in Ohio. Others are from college days at Miami (Ohio), coaching stops in the World Football League...

Clayton Kershaw gives up first ever grand slam in Dodgers' loss to Phillies

Clayton Kershaw peeked his head over his right shoulder, noted the flight of the baseball and looked away. The history carried no weight for him. Kershaw never saw the baseball land, never saw the disappearance of the first grand slam he had ever allowed in the majors. It happened in the 10th...

Trump condemns 'bureaucracy and mismanagement' at the U.N.

Acting more the statesman than the flamethrower, President Trump made a smooth debut at the United Nations on Monday, chairing a meeting on reforming U.N. operations and agencies, and urging the global body to “focus more on people and less on bureaucracy.” He called for the 193 member nations...

'Guess Who's Coming to Dinner' as Latin-flavored art installation

At the Freedman Fitzpatrick gallery in L.A., the Brazilian artist known as f.marquespenteado has staged a fantasy at the intersection of Hollywood and the Mexican diaspora.

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