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. @BarackObama  is bringing his book “A Promised Land” to the @latimesbooks  Community Book Club on April 21. Director@ava  will host the live discussion. Join us:

What's on TV Monday: 'The Voice' and 'American Idol'

L.A. County reports 466 new coronavirus cases, 3 deaths

Chicago's Little Village divided over police shooting of 13-year-old

Miranda Lambert and Elle King kick off 2021 ACM Awards

Dodgers' winning streak ends, but rivalry against the Padres has only just begun

As the nation focuses on the final days of the murder trial of former Officer Derek Chauvin, so too do the families of dozens of other Black people killed in recent years by police. @kurtisalee  reports from Minneapolis:

Deadly weekend continues as L.A. County sheriff reports two homicides Sunday

What entertainment does Gen Z prefer? The answer isn't good for Hollywood

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“We guaranteed preexisting conditions,” Trump said. Fact check: No, Trump isn’t protecting coverage for preexisting conditions Our @latimes  reporters are fact-checking #Debates2020 :

San Francisco police officers will be replaced with trained, unarmed professionals to respond to calls for help on noncriminal matters involving mental health, the homeless, school discipline and neighbor disputes, as part of a new wave of police reforms

Absent its marquee Grammy event, MusiCares turns to BTS for fundraising sizzle

"I’ve covered protests involving police," writes @mollyhf  from Minneapolis. "I’ve also covered the U.S. military in war zones, including Iraq and Afghanistan. I have never been fired at by police until tonight."

#BREAKING : Kobe Bryant, the NBA and MVP who spanned a 20-year career with the L.A. Lakers, died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas. He was 41.

A mutant coronavirus has emerged, even more contagious than the original, study says

How likely is it you’ll encounter at least one person who is infected with the coronavirus if you go to a bar in Denver? What about a 100-person wedding in Baltimore? Or a Thanksgiving dinner with 25 guests in Los Angeles? Now, you can find out:

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