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Lakers blow 26-point lead to come up short against Thunder

The Lakers allowed the Thunder to rally from 26 points down late in the game to lose 123-115 on Wednesday in Oklahoma City.

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Family Told COVID Wouldn't Affect Newborn Baby By Doctors Lose Son to Virus
Californian couple Tyler Redondo and Angelina Redondo, the parents of three-month-old Tyler, want to use their experience to warn other parents about COVID.
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Joe Biden's 5 Key Points on America's Winter COVID Plan
President Biden is urging Americans to get COVID-19 vaccination booster shots and has ruled out future lockdowns.
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Emaciated Dog Abandoned Last Christmas 'Totally Different' After Finding Forever Home
"She won't leave my side. I've definitely found a best friend for life; and she has too!" the dog's new owner said.
"I didn't try to kill my brother" Years later, girl adopted from Russia speaks out
She was returned to Russia, and left in a children's psychiatric hospital. Now, her astonishing story.
Lewis Hamilton says he's 'not comfortable' racing in Saudi Arabia
Lewis Hamilton has said he is "not comfortable" racing in Saudi Arabia ahead of the penultimate race of the Formula One season, which takes place in Jeddah on Sunday.
Brian Cashman’s dramatic knack will be tested when MLB’s lockout is lifted
Some of the execs who were mildly surprised by the Yankees’ lack of action before the lockout also pointed to Cashman’s traditional willingness to strike quickly, something he’ll have to do after this work stoppage.
Overruling ‘Roe’ likely wouldn’t generate the female backlash that feminists expect
There’s no real data to back up those assumptions.
How Women Are Leading in the Everywhere Workplace
This new Everywhere Workplace may enable some women to do more with the less time they have.
Pan Am: The trailblazing airline that changed international travel
It's 30 years since Pan American World Airways flew its final flight, but the legendary US airline has left an indelible mark on international travel and public imagination.
Notre Dame names Marcus Freeman to replace Brian Kelly as football coach
Marcus Freeman, 35, who received loud and vocal support from the Fighting Irish roster, is finishing his first season as defensive coordinator.
What Is Black Xmas? BLM Holds Annual Christmas Boycott of 'White Companies'
The protest movement is calling for people to support Black-owned businesses this festive period and "shake off the chains of consumerism."
Sen. Ted Cruz wants to sanction a natural gas pipeline — but not because of climate change
To environmentalists, it might seem strange that Cruz wants to sanction a gas pipeline, but the move makes perfect sense to some Democrats and foreign policy experts.
'Not plausible': See gun expert's reaction to Alec Baldwin's shooting claim
Safety expert Steve Wolf reacts to Alec Baldwin's ABC interview detailing accounts of what happened in the moments prior to the fatal shooting on the set of the film "Rust" that claimed the life of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
Columbia University grad student killed in NYC stabbing
Columbia student Davide Giri is dead and another man injured in a pair of stabbings near the Manhattan campus Thursday night, according to officials.
Record-breaking warm weather forecast to continue across US
Incredible record-breaking warmth continues across much of the country on Friday and lingering through the weekend.
Eye Opener: Omicron variant spreads across multiple states
Multiple states are reporting cases of the Omicron COVID-19 variant as officials urge people to get their booster shots. Also, House and Senate lawmakers have approved a spending bill that will keep the government running through February 18. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener.
International Space Station swerves to avoid space junk, Russia says
During a six and a half hour spacewalk Thursday, NASA astronauts Thomas Marshburn and Kayla Barron replaced a malfunctioning communications antenna and achieved other "get ahead" tasks.
On This Day: 3 December 2002
Nicolas Cage helped launch "Adaptation" towards Oscar success, with its Los Angeles premiere. (Dec. 3)
PETA 'human' leather campaign is horrifying. But is it effective?
PETA's gruesome and fake online shop, Urban Outraged, is stirring controversy. But do these scare tactics actually help the animal rights agenda?
Debt Ceiling Window is Narrowing, Bipartisan Policy Center Warns
The U.S. could default as soon as Dec. 21 if Democrats and Republicans fail to extend the Treasury Department’s borrowing authority.
New Movies + Shows to Watch this Weekend: ‘Harlem’ on Prime Video + More Money Heist, Pen15, Annie Live! and more.
The pandemic might be producing juries that are more likely to convict
How the politics of covid-19 is leading to more law-and-order jurors.
Ask Help Desk: Stop your Facebook account from getting hacked
It's easier to prevent hackers from getting your Facebook account than it is to recover it. Start with these easy security steps.
The pandemic might be producing juries that are more likely to convict
How the politics of covid-19 is leading to more law-and-order jurors.
Omicron variant discovered in at least five states as millions prepare to gather for holidays
At least five states have confirmed cases of the Omicron variant, and that number could be much higher. Health officials continue to urge people to get vaccinated and boosted as they prepare to travel and gather during the holiday season. Nikki Battiste reports.
How Tokyo Appears in 'Money Heist' Season 5 Part 2
In a dramatic twist of fate Tokyo was killed in Season 5 Part 1, but Úrsula Corberó continues to appear in the final season despite her character's death.
On debt ceiling, no news is good news — for now
We’ve heard very little about one of the biggest items on Congress’s year-end to-do list: the debt ceiling.
'I need my girlfriend off TikTok': How hackers game abuse-reporting systems
Influencers can find fame and fortune on TikTok — but only if their videos stay up. Communities of online trolls and coders say they have tools to keep that from happening.
How UCLA volleyball star Mac May mastered the art of failing
UCLA is an underdog entering NCAA tournament play, but star Mac May is eager to help lead the Bruins to a title.
Le Coucou — one of NYC’s best restaurants — is finally back
The gracious temple to French cuisine is even more magnifique than it was before the pandemic struck in March of 2020.
Is a College Education a Safe Investment?
A Q&A with U.S. Under Secretary of Education James Kvaal on canceling student-loan debts, the pandemic’s hit to college enrollment and why elite schools should pay less attention to college rankings.
Where Is Shanty Town? How To Find Ghoulish Green Paint in 'Fortnite' Before Chapter 2 Ends
With Chapter 2 of "Fortnite" drawing to a close, you don't have long left to find the Ghoulish Green paint bottles over at Shanty Town. Here is where they are located.
How technology can help seniors beat loneliness and isolation
Technology can help seniors connect in real life, through video chatting and in virtual reality
UFC on ESPN 31 commentary team, broadcast plans set: Daniel Cormier, Michael Bisping on the call
See who will serve as the three-man commentary trio for Saturday's UFC on ESPN 31 event.      Related StoriesUFC on ESPN 31 breakdown: Counters will be key in Rob Font vs. Jose AldoKhamzat Chimaev responds to 'fake gangster' Nate Diaz: 'You are the easiest money for me'Jon Jones blasts 'miserable bastard' Mike Winkeljohn for handling of gym split
On Iran, Biden must face facts, end this diplomatic charade and admit Trump was right
There is only one course of action after the disastrous resumption of nuclear talks with Iran: end the talks and resume the Trump administration’s policy of harsh sanctions and isolating Iran.
Editorial: LAPD gun scandal has the faint smell of Rampart
The LAPD was supposed to have been overhauled after the Rampart scandal to prevent further misconduct. But the recent gun theft scandal is reason to believe those reforms weren't enough. Can they ever be?
Officials say the ports logjam is easing, but numbers don't tell the whole story
Pointing to a 40% reduction in ships anchored off Los Angeles and Long Beach, port officials say new rules are helping with the supply chain backlog and local air quality. But it all depends what you're counting.
Drug Cartels Steer the Flow of Migrants at Border; Can Biden Make Mexico Stop Them?
One sector of the U.S.-Mexico border witnessed nearly a third of all migrant encounters while another portion saw just 2 percent. When it comes to the flow of migrants, cartel smuggling rings play a major role.
Renewables Present an Opportunity for Nigeria's Economic Rebirth | Opinion
We must shift international financing and technical support away from fossil fuels and toward renewable solutions.
Congress Must Act to Save the Havasupai Tribe from Extinction | Opinion
We urge the Senate to do the right thing and protect the Grand Canyon now and for future generations.
One of the Most Unusual Cybersecurity Stories of the Year Is Getting More Complicated
The FBI shut down some encrypted platforms to trick criminals into joining its own. Now one of those platforms is fighting back.
Inspired by real-life murderers, Dostoevsky wrote a new kind of novel
“Crime and Punishment” was a turning point for the Russian writer — and for literature.
How mountains, rivers and seas shape the fates of nations
Geography’s role in wars and politics shows the world isn’t “flat,” Tim Marshall writes.
William Boyle captures a slice of Brooklyn in ‘Shoot the Moonlight Out’
Boyle’s bittersweet crime novel delivers a vivid portrait of a time and place.
The story of one New York girl and the precarious lives of the poor
Reporter Andrea Elliott spent eight years following Dasani and her struggling family.
A chronicle of Trump’s misdeeds and cronies, before the picture got darker
David Cay Johnston’s colorful, thorough book doesn’t grapple with the legacy of Jan. 6.
Nick Saban turns assistants into head coaches — and in Kirby Smart, a title challenger
Kirby Smart and unbeaten Georgia have a chance to knock off Nick Saban and Alabama in the SEC championship game.
An account of the 1960s that goes beyond the baby boomers’ perspective
Kevin Boyle examines how the decade upended Americans’ sense of stability.