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Taylor Swift's 'Folklore' soars to No. 1 with biggest sales week of 2020

After securing a permit from the city, TravisVu the Salon on Warner Avenue opened again for business last week. This time, outside.

The heatwave that has baked the region is expected to ease on Monday, with relief and a noticeable drop in temperatures by the middle of the week.

"One of California’s worst failures in the pandemic has been the woeful effort to protect the essential workers who are bearing the brunt of COVID-19." (via @latimesopinion )

Public health officials said they are hopeful that actions taken over the past few weeks have slowed the spread of the coronavirus.

Amid allegations, Bryan Callen won't 'lay low,' but he will take a break from podcast

Microsoft wants to buy TikTok as White House puts Chinese apps on warning

Scientists study coronavirus outbreaks among minks in Europe

At least 21 killed as Islamic State attack on Afghan prison rages on

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Breaking: President Trump will be ineligible for California's primary ballot next year unless he discloses his tax returns under a state law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom.

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

"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."

“Look, there’s no law against ignorance. It’s not illegal to have opinions that are wrong,” Hanks said on NBC’s “Today.” “But there is a darkness on the edge of town here folks, and ... let’s not confuse the fact: it’s killing people.

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

U.S. Customs and Border Protections broke the law by misusing money meant for medical care and food for those in immigration detention, a government watchdog says.

#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.

More than 1 million U.S. citizens won't get stimulus checks because they are married to immigrants who don’t have Social Security numbers.

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