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The pundits were wrong about Assad and the Islamic State | Opinion

The Islamic State is a shadow of its former self. In 2014, the extremist group seemed to make substantial inroads in achieving its stated goal of a caliphate. It boasted tens of thousands of fighters and territorial control over an area roughly the size of South Korea. By almost every metric, Islamic...

NFL: Dolphins defense stymies Tom Brady and Patriots

The Miami Dolphins wore their perfect season uniforms, and for at least one game in 2017, they looked the part. Tom Brady was intercepted twice by Xavien Howard and held without a third-down conversion Monday night, and Miami snapped the New England Patriots' eight-game winning streak with a surprising...

Clippers get Milos Teodosic back, but Danilo Gallinari again is sidelined with glute injury

The story has been the same for the Clippers for most of the year. Take one step forward, two steps back — and then, because of their luck, a stubbed toe or a sprained ankle. The Clippers got a starter back on the court Monday night, but before the team could celebrate guard Milos Teodosic’s return,...

Ducks' Corey Perry leaves game with lower-body injury

Just as Ryan Getzlaf and Jakob Silfverberg returned Monday, another key Ducks player exited. Corey Perry's right knee collided with Carolina Hurricanes winger Jeff Skinner during the first period, and Perry, the former 50-goal scorer crashed to the ice in a heap. He lay face-first on the ice for...

Ryan Getzlaf expected to return to Ducks' lineup on Monday

The Ducks' captain is back. Ryan Getzlaf was expected to play Monday after missing the past 19 games with a fractured cheekbone, but the move was made official after he was activated from injured reserve. The No. 1 center suffered the injury when a puck struck him on Oct. 29 against the Carolina...

Now that Chargers have dug out of 0-4 hole, can they continue climb against Chiefs on Saturday?

The Chargers couldn’t have seen this coming, not when they were 0-4, struggling to find an offensive rhythm and trying to grasp the scheme of first-year defensive coordinator Gus Bradley. But here they are — winners of four in a row and seven of nine, co-leaders in the AFC West — facing a challenge...

Supreme Court puts off hearing a case on employment protections for gays

The Supreme Court has put off for a year or more a ruling on whether gays and lesbians are protected from job discrimination under the federal civil rights law. The justices without comment or dissent declined to hear a Georgia woman’s suit that alleged she was pushed out of her job as a hospital...

Bach times two: Collegium and Master Chorale double the elation

You can’t go wrong with Bach. Any time. Any place. Performed in just about any cockamamie way. Bach befits Christmas better than any other composer, although he isn’t usually the first to be called upon. Handel’s ubiquitous “Messiah,” suited for Easter, is the Grinch who stole Christmas from Bach’s...

Is the Supreme Court finally ready to tackle partisan gerrymandering? Signs suggest yes

Is the Supreme Court about to cause great political upheaval by getting into the business of policing the worst partisan gerrymanders? Signs from last week suggest that it well might. At the very beginning of its term back in October, the court heard oral arguments in Gill vs. Whitford, a case...

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