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Rams mailbag: Crowd noise, Super Bowl projections, Aaron Donald contract talks, uniforms and more

It’s the showdown NFL fans have been waiting for since the 2016 NFL draft. Rams quarterback Jared Goff, the No. 1 pick, and Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, the No. 2 pick, play against each other for the first time Sunday at the Coliseum. The NFC West-leading Rams are 9-3. The NFC...

What we learned from the Kings' overtime defeat of Hurricanes

These third periods are starting to get slightly more dramatic than the Kings would like, but they’re doing their most clutch work with flair. For the second straight game, the Kings lost a lead late in the third period and needed overtime to extend their winning streak. It reached eight games...

As California burns, Congress plans to slash tax write-offs for fires and other disasters

As California burns, Congress is planning to limit taxpayers’ ability to write off losses from future wildfires and other disasters. The disaster write-off is one of the many little-known deductions set to be mostly wiped out in the GOP tax plan, but it’s getting fresh attention because of the...

LAFC's first trade nets defender Walker Zimmerman from FC Dallas

The expansion Los Angeles Football Club is still three months away from its first game but it has already made its first MLS trade, acquiring center back Walker Zimmerman from FC Dallas for cash and other considerations. Zimmerman, 24, a five-year MLS veteran, started 77 regular- and post-season...

Former NBA star Chris Bosh seeks $18 million for his waterfront Miami mansion

Chris Bosh is ready to move on from his resort-style mansion in Miami, the city where he won two NBA championships with the Heat. The 11-time All-Star has listed the six-bedroom spread for $18 million, a nearly $6-million uptick from when he bought the home in 2010, records show. Set on a waterfront...

As businesses rush to exploit GOP tax cuts, government revenue may shrink more than expected

As soon as the last major tax overhaul was enacted in the fall of 1986, accountant Edward Mendlowitz remembers working around the clock to convert corporations into partnerships and other so-called pass-through businesses to take advantage of the new tax code. Now with congressional Republicans...

Los Angeles should preserve CBS Television City before it's too late

Television City, the large studio complex at the corner of Beverly and Fairfax, was the West Coast headquarters of the CBS network for more than five decades. Some of the most iconic television shows originated there, from “The Jack Benny Program” to “The Price Is Right.” The sight of its signature...

These are Afghanistan's best troops. The U.S. is backing a plan to create many more of them

A $200 million plan would nearly double the size of Afghanistan's widely praised - and heavily overworked - army and police special operations forces.

2017: The year we argued about the evidence in front of our eyes

We might look back on 2017 as the year we argued about images. The Trump era began in earnest when the White House contested aerial photographs showing diminished inaugural crowds. The fight over football players kneeling during the national anthem has played out, in part, through Photoshopped...

The pundits were wrong about Assad and the Islamic State. As usual, they're not willing to admit it

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...

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