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Missouri Tornadoes: Rain, Floods and ‘Then the Sirens Go’
John Walker Lindh, the ‘American Taliban,’ Was Released. Trump Said He Tried to Stop It.
Storms Leave Trail of Debris and Waterlogged Cities
Maine Just Banned Native American Mascots. It’s a Movement That’s Inching Forward.
These Rape Victims Had to Sue to Get the Police to Investigate
Photos of Missouri Tornado: Jefferson City Damage ‘Extensive’
Mario Batali Charged With Assault and Battery in 2017 Case
The Missouri Tornadoes: Safety Tips and Where to Shelter
On Politics: The Trade War Is Here to Stay
Trump Gives Attorney General Sweeping Power in Review of 2016 Campaign Inquiry
Trump Administration to Expand Penalties for Currency Manipulators
Ad Firm Fires Back at N.R.A. With $50 Million Lawsuit
Hope Hicks Left the White House. Now She Must Decide Whether to Talk to Congress.
Utah Man Dies on Mt. Everest After Climbing Highest Mountain of Each Continent
On Politics With Lisa Lerer: Post-Traumatic Election Disorder
Farm Bailout, WikiLeaks, Summer Movies: Your Thursday Evening Briefing
Trump Officials Prepare to Bypass Congress to Sell Weapons to Gulf Nations
To Fight Deadly Candida Auris, New York State Proposes New Tactics
Assange Indicted Under Espionage Act, Raising First Amendment Issues
2020 Democrats Join McDonald’s Workers Striking Over Wages and Harassment
As California Wildfire Season Looms, Finding Tree Trimmers Is a New Problem
Senate Passes Long-Deferred Disaster Relief Package
Trump and Pelosi Trade Barbs, Both Questioning the Other’s Fitness
Forecasts Call for a Normal Hurricane Season, but ‘It Only Takes One’
Sanders’s Education Plan Renews Debate Over Charter Schools and Segregation
Jussie Smollett’s Case File Is Unsealed by Judge
Many Adults Would Struggle to Find $400, the Fed Finds
Where Did the Right Whales Go?
China’s Supply of Minerals for iPhones and Missiles Could Be a Risky Trade Weapon
Spotting Wildfires Could Become Easier. Here’s How.
Trump Gives Farmers $16 Billion in Aid Amid Prolonged China Trade War
Missouri, India, Harriet Tubman: Your Thursday Briefing
Hollywood Invested Big in Georgia. A New Abortion Law Is Causing Some Tensions.
When the Names on Campus Buildings Evoke a Racist Past
What Reparations for Slavery Might Look Like in 2019


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How the ‘Aladdin’ remake redefines a Disney princess with Naomi Scott’s Jasmine

Growing up in England, Naomi Scott, like so many other young girls, fell in love at an early age with Disney’s animated heroines — particularly Mulan, Pocahontas and Jasmine from “Aladdin.” But while those three are officially part of Disney’s juggernaut princess line of media franchises and toys,...


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Palisades stuns El Camino Real to reach City Section baseball final

In the Bay Area, where Steve Kerr is the coach of the NBA champion Golden State Warriors and a proud Palisades High graduate, there’s probably going to be great interest in the City Section Open Division championship baseball game set for Saturday afternoon at Dodger Stadium.

It’s been 37 years...


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Birmingham, Palisades advance to Dodger Stadium with 1-0 victories

The City Section Open Division playoffs have been all about parity, and Thursday’s semifinals at USC showed how evenly matched the top teams are.

Palisades defeated El Camino Real 1-0 behind pitchers Lucas Braun and Wyatt Loncar. Birmingham defeated Sun Valley Poly 1-0 despite Parrots ace Elias...


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High school baseball: City playoff results and updated pairings

CITY

OPEN DIVISION

Semifinals

Palisades 1, El Camino Real 0

Birmingham 1, Sun Valley Poly 0

Championship, Saturday, 1 p.m. at Dodger Stadium.

#8 Birmingham vs. #3 Palisades

DIVISION I

Championship, Saturday, 10 a.m. at Dodger Stadium.

#2 Los Angeles Marshall vs. #1 Narbonne

DIVISION II

Semifinals,...


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USC was told gynecologist could be preying on Asian students, secret records show

After decades of complaints about a campus gynecologist, USC administrators hired a team of medical experts to evaluate him.

The experts came back with a disturbing report saying there was evidence Dr. George Tyndall was preying on vulnerable Asian students and had signs of “psychopathy.”

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Thursday Sports in Brief

Thursday Sports in Brief
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Bucks on brink of elimination after tweaking starting lineup

Different lineup, same result; now Bucks are facing elimination against the Raptors
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From dugouts to pit stalls, Steinbrenner tackles Indy 500

From dugouts to pit stalls, Steinbrenner tackles Indy 500
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O Canada: Hockey hotbed now produces tennis players, too

Canadians Denis Shapovalov, Felix Auger-Aliassime and Bianca Andreescu have all simultaneously broken into the world's elite ranks of tennis players
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Staying sharp: Sack artist Donald fueled by Super Bowl loss

Staying sharp: Sack artist Donald fueled by Super Bowl loss
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Readers sound off on abortion laws, yellow cabs, and Emma the Shih Tzu

The cost of 'back-alley' abortions

Jamaica: People keep talking about making abortion illegal, but do you want to know the true cost of reversing Roe v. Wade?

My mom was pregnant with her second baby when she chose to have an abortion. She could not afford to have two children and she didn’t want...

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Aftershocks from 1959 quake still jiggling Yellowstone in 2018

Aftershocks from a bruising earthquake from the Eisenhower administration was still rocking Yellowstone National Park in 2018.

That’s the stunning conclusion from a new study published in Geophysical Research Letters.

In 1959, a 30-second earthquake shook Hebgen Lake near the park. In the ensuing...

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Aaron Rodgers is really, really bad at chugging beer

David Bakhtiari, the Packers’ All-Pro offensive tackle, is a big man who can house a beer in about two seconds, and do so repeatedly. Anyone would look bad at chugging compared to him. But his quarterback was bad by any standard, barely getting any of his beverage down in the time Bakhtiari drank...

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Houston police chief fears 4-year-old Texas girl Maleah Davis is dead

Authorities are pessimistic that they will find a missing 4-year-old Texas girl alive.

Derion Vence, who had been taking care of Maleah Davis in early May, claimed three Hispanic men abducted the little girl and beat him into unconsciousness.

“The evidence shows that we believe (Maleah) has been...

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Kansas City jury acquits Christian school founder on abuse charges, citing lack of credible evidence

The founder of a Christian school in Kansas has been found not guilty on charges he molested young girls because the alleged victims’ testimony was deemed not credible enough.

Dennis Creason, 49, was arrested and charged last year on nine counts of aggravated indecent liberties with children, The...

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Entertainment

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Harvey Weinstein reaches $44M deal to settle sex assault civil suits

Lawyers for Harvey Weinstein have reached a tentative deal that would settle a slew of civil suits brought against the accused serial sex assaulter, a report said Thursday.
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Kurt Cobain’s dirty paper plate sells for over $22K at auction

Kurt Cobain’s dirty paper plate was sold at auction for $22,400. The Nirvana frontman had eaten pizza off the plate back in 1990 before he turned the plate over and wrote a set list on the back in marker. The plate — along with a typed letter of authenticity — was sold last week through...
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Why Rudy Giuliani’s estranged wife should’ve seen Page Six story coming

Judith Nathan Giuliani claims she was “shocked” to read in Page Six that she’d agreed to move out of Rudy Giuliani’s Manhattan apartment, and neighbors in the building were pleased to see the back of her. We reported Thursday that Judith had moved out of the Upper East Side pad after lawyers for her and...
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Turmoil at ‘Tonight Show’ after Jimmy Fallon’s stunning ratings loss

We’ve learned that Fallon’s longtime producer Katie Hockmeyer has now left.
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Vice Media’s Shane Smith schmoozes with politicians in DC

Smith was spotted hosting a series of off-the-record dinners for politicians of both parties at Michelin-starred DC eatery Masseria.
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Business

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AP Explains: How retirement legislation impacts consumers

The House just passed a key piece of retirement legislation, here's why you should care
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Asia shares retreat on fears China-US trade row might spread

Asian shares are mostly lower as worries that the trade standoff between the U.S. and China might expand put investors in a selling mood
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Asia shares retreat on fears China-US trade row might spread

Asia shares retreat on fears China-US trade row might spread
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Dressbarn expects to have all its stores shut by end of 2019

Dressbarn says it expects to have all its 650 stores closed by the end of this year
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Trade impasse: Trump pledges $16B to farmers; markets slump

Trump administration prepares another $16 billion in aid for farmers hurt by trade wars
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Science-Technology

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NASA's first-of-kind tests look to manage drones in cities

NASA has launched the final stage of a four-year effort to develop a national traffic management system for drones, testing them in cities for the first time beyond the operator's line of sight
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Tesla shares bounce on leaked memo about rising sales

Shares of Tesla, suffering one of the worst stretches in company history, are rebounding after leaked memo reveals rising sales
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Serial cyberstalker who threatened women gets prison term

A man who posted a Facebook message threatening to kill "as many girls as I see" in retaliation for years of romantic rejection has been sentenced to up to five years in prison in Utah
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Facebook: Fake account removal doubles in 6 months to 3B

Facebook says it removed more than 3 billion fake accounts from October to March, twice as many as the previous 6 months
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Illegal killings, political opposition hobble wolf recovery

Poaching and political opposition are hobbling the return of two species of endangered wolves and undercutting government recovery efforts that have cost more than $80 million
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Politics

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How the media enabled Michael Avenatti, now accused of stealing from Stormy

The media that made Michael Avenatti famous led their viewers and readers astray.
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Colorado Dem accused of providing alcohol to underage aide, comparing her to Monica Lewinsky: reports

A former state lawmaker in Colorado has been ticketed for providing alcohol to an underage campaign worker, according to reports.
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Ingraham exclusive: Homeland Security boss defends against family-separation accusations at border

The acting head of the Department of Homeland Security is disputing accusations that U.S. authorities are continuing to separate children from their families.
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Trump impeachment debate 'torturing' Democrats, Matt Gaetz tells Sean Hannity

Democrats are "tortured" by the issue of whether to impeach President Trump, one Republican congressman said Thursday in reaction to news that Trump has given Attorney General William Barr the authority to declassify documents regarding the origins of the Russia investigation.
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Judge who upheld Trump subpoena donated to Dems on committee seeking the records

The New York federal judge who ruled on Wednesday that the Trump administration must comply with two subpoenas from House Financial Services and Intelligence Committees has donated in the past to a slew of big name Democrats -- including two who currently sit on those committees.
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