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American Apparel-CEO
Seems that Dov Charney, the former head of American Apparel, has a few more tricks up his sleeve
Kenneth Feinberg has become the guy to determine who gets what after a tragedy or accident. GM has employed him to hand out the millions of dollars for people affected by its cars with defective ignition switches.
On Tuesday, six current and former members of the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department were found guilty of obstructing justice during an FBI investigation in inmate abuse in the city's jail system.
Construction and development towards the expansion of Grand Park in downtown Los Angeles found a possible link to Los Angeles a century ago.
Fireworks Sold Ahead Of July 4th Holiday

Quest for California fireworks tax fizzles out

Fireworks could have become more expensive, due to a tax increase Governor Brown had pushed as part of his budget plan.
Oakland Athletics v San Francisco Giants
Will the United States slip into a 4-year soccer slumber? Barry Bonds gets one more swing at the Justice Department and will the sun set on Chicago's Wrigley Field?
Soccer Fans Gather To Watch US Team's Knockout Stage Match Against Belgium
The U.S. may be out of the World Cup, but the team's exciting run brought renewed attention to soccer here.
As recently apprehended migrant were driven to a processing center in Murietta, a small San Diego suburb, they were met by crowds of protestors.
Marie Claire

First Lady Evolution: Role model and sex symbol?

Mexico's first lady, Angelica Rivera, has caused a stir for striking a "sexy," pose on the cover of this month's Marie Claire. Take Two talks about how the role of first lady is evolving.
 EXO: Arena
Whether that means hiking a mountain or hiking to Space Mountain, there are apps out there to help you make the most out of Independence Day.
This picture taken on February 25, 2010
Shrimp is the most popular seafood consumed in the United States, but until recently, little has been known in detail about human rights violations in Thailand involving fisheries linked to shrimp production.
Emicida - Levanta e Anda (clipe oficial) part. Rael
Emicida is putting Brazilian hip-hop on the world map as well, raising hot topics such as poverty, wealth and social progress in his music.
The music scene in Brazil and across Latin America right now is experiencing huge growth. The region once considered a backwater when it comes to the music business is now a hotbed of activity.

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