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Archive for November 21st, 2017
Cassidy's role as an adolescent aspiring musician on the TV show "The Partridge Family" turned him into a real-life, teen-dream pop idol. Cassidy revealed to People Magazine in February 2017 that he had been diagnosed with dementia and would stop performing.
Those who want to roll back a new state gas tax and vehicle fees can start collecting signatures to get their measure on the ballot.
Uber is coming clean about its cover-up of a year-old hacking attack that stole personal information about more than 57 million of the beleaguered ride-hailing service's customers and drivers.
When Kevin Neal went on his deadly shooting rampage last week in California, he used "ghost guns": homemade weapons built from kits and instructions found on the Internet.
Frank O'Connell spent 27 years in prison for a murder he says he didn't commit. A judge freed him in 2012 because of improper conduct by sheriff's detectives.
Full details of The Department of Homeland Security Inspector General's report are being withheld by DHS leaders.
BuzzFeed obtained documents detailing a sealed 2015 settlement with a former employee, with a $27,000 payout. The Michigan Democrat says the settlement was made to avoid "protracted litigation."
The new lawsuits were filed in Los Angeles with the intent to get the cases before a jury less likely to be influenced by the size and clout of a casino company, according to one lawyer.
PBS has distributed Rose's interview show since 1991, and CBS had previously suspended the veteran newsman. The head of CBS News said there is nothing more important than assuring a safe, professional workplace.
The latest death was Jozef Dudek, 2, of Buena Park. The toddler had reportedly been put down for a nap when his father went in to check on him and found him under the dresser.
In the poll, LGBTQ people also reported numerous experiences of institutional discrimination — in jobs, equal pay, promotions, and when trying to obtain health care or housing.
The 166-year-old yacht race, which has featured giant foiling catamarans in recent years, will return to monohulls in 2021. But the new boats are far from traditional.
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The actress and writer, who starred this year in "The Big Sick," weighs in on Hollywood's long history of exploiting women and what to do about it.
Dana Carvey's 1996 sketch comedy show with Robert Smigel, Stephen Colbert and Steve Carell failed to capture an audience on ABC. Was it ahead of its time?
The Department of Justice is officially investigating Harvard’s admission practices after multiple complaints filed against the university alleging discrimination against Asian-American applicants.
Dating app Bumble is branching out into professional networking – with an extra safety measure to prevent the kind of sexual harassment found on other networking sites like LinkedIn.
Developers say the solution to the housing crisis is to build more housing — and that rent control dissuades developers from doing that.
News elder statesman Charlie Rose became the latest powerful man to fall from grace over sexual misconduct allegations.
Alex Rose was born in L.A., reared in Austin, and is now singing full time back in her birth city. And, man, can she sing. Listen to her and more new music.
New LA Phil CEO Simon Wood has some pretty big shoes to fill
The LA-based nonprofit has plenty of ways to help out this holiday season, starting with Wednesday's Thanksgiving Stuffing event
Garcetti has been traveling the country, and it's leading to a lot of speculation that he may be running for president in 2020
Voice actors for the beloved Nickelodeon animated series talk about their experiences with the original show and the new movie
Celebrities and politicians have faced constant sexual harassment charges for the past several weeks. KPCC's Mary Plummer puts the complaint numbers in context.