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Cristiano Ronaldo pleaded guilty to tax fraud Tuesday. He spent about 45 minutes in court to sign an agreement which cost him nearly $21.6 million in fines. He was also given a two-year suspended sentence. https://t.co/hEugPMpz7m
Eyewear is a near-monopolistic, $100-billion industry dominated by a single company. That's why 1,000% markups for frames and lenses are commonplace. https://t.co/wz65S6Mn90 (column by @Davidlaz)
Breaking: Mayor Eric Garcetti and leaders of LAUSD and the teachers union will speak at a City Hall news conference this morning in what is widely expected to be an announcement about a deal to end the six-day teachers’ strike. https://t.co/Ay5zSYVtlC
Once again, the Oscar race to be named best director has narrowed down to five male nominees. https://t.co/A79C9Mqgwj
The Supreme Court’s refusal to intervene this term leaves in place lower court rulings that temporarily prevent Trump from ending the DACA program. https://t.co/sLuPZ7LPMM
Following the announcement of the "Roma's" 10 Oscar nominations, the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) and Participant Media unveiled plans to host community screenings “for domestic workers and employers across the nation. https://t.co/HnV9eXrOX5
Yalitza Aparicio becomes the second Mexican actress to be nominated for lead actress. Salma Hayek was the first for her role as the titular painter in 2002's "Frida." https://t.co/ywvNdH7tEx
Two police officials say U.S. singer Chris Brown and two other people are in custody in Paris after a woman filed a rape complaint. https://t.co/W5DFgpshnk
The trial of Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman has broadened our understanding of the illicit drug industry and its finances. https://t.co/yAiil7aEJr
Breaking: The Supreme Court has set aside nationwide orders from three federal judges and ruled the Defense Department could now enforce President Trump’s policy that effectively bans transgender people from serving in the military. https://t.co/GPBkvkC3Sp
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