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Essential Politics: California sends Trump a nasty gram

The quietest spot in all of California today might be the historic state Capitol in Sacramento, now empty after the year’s long and tumultuous session of the Legislature ended at 2:34 a.m. Saturday. A lot happened in the hours just before the final gavel fell in the state Senate and Assembly. WHAT...

Trump's first speech at U.N. will focus on sovereignty and calls for reform

President Trump takes to the world’s largest stage this week. And many onstage are worried. Trump will deliver his first address Tuesday to the full United Nations General Assembly, an annual meeting that draws diplomats and leaders from 193 countries. Neither Russian President Vladimir Putin nor...

This year's Emmys didn't even pretend not to be political

Subtext became text when issues of race, gender and national politics, long a part of Hollywood awards shows, took center stage at the 69th Emmy Awards telecast Sunday night. “You can’t deny that every show was influenced by Donald Trump in some way,” said host Stephen Colbert in his opening monologue....

Riding high on Trump, 'SNL' wins big at the Emmys

During a glittery Emmy ceremony that also played like an extensive rebuke of President Trump, the biggest winner of the night was a series that’s been on the air since Gerald Ford was president. A newly resurgent “Saturday Night Live,” which has relentlessly lampooned the outsize personalities...

As long as Trump is president, California lawmakers will keep building a wall against his policies

California state legislators ended their annual session the way they began it — building a wall to protect undocumented immigrants from President Trump. Not an iron wall, as Trump promised to erect along the U.S.-Mexico border, but a legal barrier to prevent local police and sheriffs from teaming...

Violence erupts in St. Louis on 3rd night of protests over white officer's acquittal in killing of black suspect

St. Louis police made several arrests, and one officer was injured Sunday night after an afternoon of peaceful protest over the acquittal of a white former officer charged in the shooting death of a black suspect gave way to broken windows and a response by several hundred officers in full riot...

Sam Darnold says give the Trojans just 20 seconds and they can mount a comeback

Standing on the sideline watching Texas drive down the field, seeing the Longhorns squeeze out the clock, Sam Darnold watched the seconds tick down and hoped. It may seem that the USC quarterback can mount a late drive with any amount of time left, but he cannot, he said, standing outside the Trojans’...

Rams' Gurley delights fans with leaping ability

Todd Gurley, full-time running back, part-time hurdler. Gurley put on a show Sunday, as he caught a short pass, sprinted up the sideline and leaped over a defender on his way to an 18-yard touchdown. The hurdles — he also jumped over a defender after a short catch early in the game — brought cheers...

Chargers tight end Hunter Henry is a target in practice, not just in theory

Hunter Henry is too good for a repeat of what happened in Denver last Monday night — something everyone within the Chargers organization seemed to agree on. The second-year tight end has a knack for finding space in the defense, using body positioning to welcome the ball into his hands. But in...

Chargers have to face the fact that they don't belong in L.A. yet

They can’t say they weren’t warned. The Chargers represented Los Angeles in a regular-season home game for the first time in 57 years Sunday, yet the grand homecoming occurred in front of scattered empty seats amid various empty moments. The Chargers played a team from the other side of the country,...

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