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Our rivers, ourselves: One artist's very personal take on the impact of dams

Fishing nets, Navajo sandstone and an IUD factor into Carolina Caycedo's exhibition at Commonwealth & Council.

UCLA players are wounded, some are barely walking after loss to Memphs

Jim Mora spent about half of his interview session with reporters Monday providing injury updates, never a good sign given the UCLA coach’s policy of addressing only significant injuries once the season has started. Tailback Nate Starks could miss the rest of the season because of damage he sustained...

Tory Burch and Glamour celebrate the 'Women to Watch' at Beverly Hills luncheon

The rooftop terrace of the Tory Burch boutique on Rodeo Drive was abuzz with plenty of fangirl admiration among the group of talented actresses, showrunners and directors gathered for the Glamour magazine x Tory Burch “Women to Watch” luncheon. Case in point: Glamour Editor in Chief Cindi Leive,...

Chase McGrath, USC's hero against Texas, rarely tried field goals in high school

Jana and Greg McGrath watched their son, Chase, stare at the goal posts before the biggest moment of his young football career. Jana trembled and prayed. Greg had a lump in his throat. Chase paced back to line up for the third field-goal attempt he had tried in college, from 43 yards. It was late...

Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager not throwing at 100%, must manage pain through postseason

A wayward throw by shortstop Corey Seager on Sunday night exemplified a worry the Dodgers face in the playoffs. Seager airmailed a throw to the plate in the seventh inning against Washington, offering a visual complement to manager Dave Roberts’ remarks on Monday when he said Seager was not throwing...

The global economy, summed up in these two bubble machines

The L.A. gallery Regen Projects opens a show about what happens when art, and people, blur borders, cross boundaries and defy easy definitions.

Emmy Awards draw 11.4 million viewers to CBS telecast, even with last year

The CBS telecast of the 69th Emmy Awards was watched by about 11.4 million viewers on Sunday, roughly equaling last year’s audience level, which hit an all-time low. The good news for CBS is the number did not decline from 2016, when the broadcast aired on ABC. Ratings for the Emmys have been on...

With a deadline approaching, Republicans' last push to roll back Obamacare gains strength

A last-ditch Republican push to roll back the Affordable Care Act appeared to pick up momentum Monday even as opposition from leading patient advocates and healthcare organizations mounted, setting the stage for another potentially dramatic Senate vote on the future of the 2010 law, often called...

Trump is 'riding a very dead horse' on climate issue, Gov. Brown says at New York conference

California Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday touted steps the state has taken toward a healthier climate, but warned that powerful forces he called “climate deniers” are resisting technologies and policies designed to improve conditions. “I like all the optimism around here, but I don’t want to minimize...

Trump may strip protections from 10 national monuments

The Trump administration’s plan for shrinking and diminishing protections at America’s national monuments appears far more expansive than previously reported, targeting 10 of the nation’s most ecologically sensitive landscapes and marine preserves for diminished protection. The plan, which the...

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