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Boston Red Sox chief Chaim Bloom sells in St. Petersburg
Red Sox chief Chaim Bloom just sold his single-story home for $1.17 million outside Tampa, Fla., where he spent the last 15 years with the Rays.
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L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti seeks tenant for $5,000-a-month rental
A Mid-Wilshire home owned by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is up for lease at $5,000 a month.
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MLB super-agent Scott Boras looks to cut a deal for his Venice contemporary
After landing a home in Newport Beach, sports agent Scott Boras is asking $3.54 million for his Venice contemporary of three years.
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Homes near the ocean for $1 million in San Diego County
Take a look at what roughly $1 million buys near the ocean in San Diego, Oceanside and Imperial Beach in San Diego County.
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Column: For God's sake, Mr. President, don't inject yourself with insulin
President Trump wondered at a press conference if he should use insulin even though he doesn't have diabetes. That would be a bad idea.
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Senate passes fix to COVID-19 payroll loan program after businesses complain about changing rules
Paycheck Protection Program recipients say the Treasury Department shouldn't be able to change the rules after loans were made.
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Steve Harvey drops $15 million on Tyler Perry's gigantic former mansion
Tyler Perry's former 35,000-square-foot Atlanta mansion is staying in Hollywood hands after selling to Steve Harvey for $15 million.
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Column: Major study concludes chloroquine antimalarials are worthless against coronavirus
A highly anticipated study finds that the Trump-touted coronavirus drug doesn't work.
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Paul George puts Hidden Hills mansion on the market for $9.495 million
Clippers star Paul George is asking $9.495 million for his 16,000-square-foot mansion with a basketball court in Hidden Hills.
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Las Vegas, slowed by coronavirus and shaken by violence, readies for reopening
Shut down in mid-March by coronavirus, Las Vegas' casinos prepare to reopen. Will crowds flock back?
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'Everything already stolen!' With plywood and paint, businesses seek mercy, express solidarity
Business owners have spent recent days boarding up their stores and sometimes posting messages of solidarity with protesters on their covered windows.
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Can sneaker resellers stop looters from profiting?
Resale platforms say they will look to block illegally obtained merchandise. Most stolen goods will move through peer-to-peer interactions, experts say.
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As curfews continue, struggling restaurants dealt an additional blow
L.A.'s ongoing curfew has caused confusion and uncertainty for restaurants and their customers
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Tech companies say they support racial justice. Their actions raise questions.
Facebook, Google and Amazon have all called for racial justice, but their records in some cases tell a different story.
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Governors warn congressional leaders of billion-dollar shortfalls due to coronavirus
Governors of Colorado, Arkansas and Michigan tell Congress that the coronavirus has caused severe problems for state budgets.
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