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'Promposal' gets a big 'Nope' from Santa Monica Mountains park rangers

Park rangers for the Santa Monica Mountains are on the hunt for a “promposal” vandal, who scrawled a prom invitation on a rock near Sandstone Peak — the second year in a row the same message has appeared there. Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area officials took to Twitter and Facebook...

After criticism, civilian oversight panel calls for improved transparency by the L.A. sheriff

Renewing a call for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to be more open about use of force, deputy discipline, complaints and other information, the agency’s civilian oversight commission adopted a formal resolution Thursday to push the department to post the data — which could include...

U.S. Supreme Court grants temporary stay of execution for Alabama's 'Houdini of death row'

Called the "Houdini" of death row, Alabama inmate Thomas Arthur has been scheduled to die Thursday, after seven postponements.

MLB: David Price to make debut Monday

Red Sox pitcher David Price is set to make his season debut for Boston on Monday at the Chicago White Sox. The 31-year-old left-hander, starting the second season of a $217-million, seven-year contact, has been recovering from a strained pitching elbow. He gave up nine runs — six earned — and...

Some conservatives justify 'manly' Montana candidate's alleged body-slam of 'snowflake' reporter

After he was accused of physically attacking a reporter, Greg Gianforte had some very visible defenders while he went invisible for election day Thursday. The Republican candidate for Montana’s open congressional seat canceled his national TV appearances after he was charged with misdemeanor assault...

Dodgers place Joc Pederson on the concussion disabled list

Two days after an ugly collision with Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig, Joc Pederson landed on the seven-day concussion disabled list before Thursday’s game against St. Louis. The Dodgers shut Pederson down to make room on the roster for Kenta Maeda’s return. “It’s the most responsible thing to do...

Who is Greg Gianforte? In Montana, the Republican's outburst against reporter came as little surprise

He’s a wealthy software entrepreneur, known for his brash persona and political ambitions. And as election day neared, Greg Gianforte seemed a shoe-in to win a special election for Montana’s lone congressional seat. But as voters headed to the polls Thursday, questions swirled about his candidacy:...

Skydiver wearing a wingsuit crashes, dies in Northern California vineyard

The skydiver who fell to his death in a California vineyard was wearing a specialized jumpsuit that resembles a flying squirrel and was undertaking an extreme but growing sport that can send people soaring through the air at speeds of more than 200 mph. Matthew Ciancio, 42, crashed Wednesday afternoon...

Nicole Kidman, Jessica Chastain and Rita Ora party at the amfAR gala

Flowing down the gardens of the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc for the 24th edition of amfAR’s annual Cinema Against AIDS gala on Thursday, the night’s glittering procession of guests including Jessica Chastain, Hailee Baldwin, Bella Hadid, David Beckham, Nicole Kidman, A$AP Rocky, amfAR chairman Kenneth...

A court pays too much attention to Trump's big mouth

While President Trump was in Europe, some judges – he might call them so-called judges – on a federal appeals court in Richmond, Va., refused to reinstate the second version of his executive order temporarily limiting entry to the United States from a handful of majority-Muslim countries. The decisio...

Anaheim high school students arrested in school violence plot

Two Savanna High School students were arrested Thursday on suspicion of plotting acts of violence at the Orange County campus, including placing bombs and committing shootings. School administrators contacted Anaheim police early Thursday after learning of the threats posted online, police Sgt....

A body slam, an assault charge and suddenly a Montana congressional race appears up for grabs

For John Jepsen, Glacier National Park could wait a bit — especially if it meant keeping Greg Gianforte from a seat in Congress. Jepsen had planned to head to the park Thursday, but when he learned that Gianforte had been accused of assaulting a newspaper reporter covering the state’s special...

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