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Joe Rogan says CNN lied about his COVID-19 treatment. Don Lemon says that's not true

MacArthur Park closure proceeds calmly, despite fears of repeat of Echo Park violence

Yes, 'The Last Duel' is a true story. Here’s what’s historical fact and fiction

Ready or not, the Golden Globes are back. Will Hollywood care?

Review: The global warning opera 'Sun & Sea' is justifiably the hottest ticket in town

Dodgers say either Max Scherzer will start Game 1 of NLCS or it will be bullpen game

Commentary: Vin Scully can't believe how Dodgers and Giants were unrivaled this season

Lakers staying quiet about who will start with the Big Three

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SCOOP: Trump administration blocks states from using Medicaid to respond to coronavirus crisis

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

Women in South Korea are protesting labor disparities by using an image similar to this 🤏 emoji to mock the size of men’s penises. Men are saying women are insulting their bodies.

Angel Zapata Hernandez died on Oct. 15, 2019, in San Diego while handcuffed and restrained at the hands of two Metropolitan Transit Service security workers, one of whom knelt on his neck for 6 minutes and 6 seconds.

"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

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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