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UCLA's late-season surge probably solidifies coach Chip Kelly's once-shaky standing
UCLA coach Chip Kelly will probably return in 2022 with a contract extension after the Bruins' strong finish to the regular season.
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Father, son, House of ... 'Encanto'? Disney film tops Gaga's 'Gucci' at box office
Disney Animation's 'Encanto' clinched first place at the domestic box office over the holiday weekend, edging out 'Ghostbusters' and 'House of Gucci.'
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Sierra Canyon remains No. 1 in Times' boys' basketball rankings
A look at The Times' top 25 high school basketball teams in the Southland with Sierra Canyon claiming the No. 1 spot.
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Facing new Omicron variant, L.A. County urges mask wearing, testing, vaccinations
Facing new Omicron variant, L.A. County urges mask wearing, testing, vaccinations.
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'SNL' nearly squashed Natasha Rothwell. Then 'Insecure' helped her find her voice
The multi-hyphenate calls her directorial debut for the HBO series 'a call to arms for authenticity.' But getting there took a lot of growth.
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San Diego Comic-Con is back, and the heroes are masked
All donned face masks and red wristbands after proving they had either been vaccinated against or had recently tested negative for the greatest villain of all: COVID-19.
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For Kirsten Dunst, 'Power of the Dog' was an opportunity to 'let it all hang out'
Kirsten Dunst discusses her dream of working with Jane Campion, acting opposite her partner Jesse Plemons and surviving depression.
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Plaschke: Mater Dei must make changes after video exposes football program culture of hazing
It's difficult to understand why Mater Dei coach Bruce Rollinson and principal Frances Clare still have jobs after video exposes hazing within team.
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What's on TV This Week: 'The Waltons,' 'CMA Country Christmas,' Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga
TV highlights for Nov. 28-Dec. 4 include 'CMA Country Christmas,' 'Christmas in Rockefeller Center' and new TV movie 'The Waltons' Homecoming'
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Birmingham is aiming to be No. 1 boys' soccer team in 2022
Birmingham returns key players in boys' soccer, while Harvard-Westlake is looking for Thompson sisters to make them girls' soccer playoff contender.
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Steph Curry's in town, but leave room for Paul George in the early MVP conversation
While Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant dominate the NBA MVP discussion, the Clippers' Paul George is putting up worthy numbers and providing leadership.
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Can former Scientologists take the church to court? Or are religious tribunals the only recourse?
Danny Masterson's case has refocused attention on religious arbitration, in which disputes are settled outside of courts, with little or no public scrutiny.
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For this restaurant owner, L.A.'s vaccine mandate means bracing herself to tell customers 'no'
Come Monday, Los Angeles' vaccine mandate will compel Milbet Del Cid to ask people for proof of vaccination. She can enforce the law or violate it.
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Crime on trains and buses rises as pandemic eases
In 2021, through September, reports of violent crimes were up 25% from the same time last year and 9% from 2019, according to L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority data. Some crimes, such as aggravated assaults, are exceeding pre-pandemic levels.
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The toll of one man's mental illness: 17 criminal cases, six competency hearings, one failed conservatorship
If anyone should have been able to escape homelessness, it's John Maurer, whose siblings are prominent in L.A.'s homelessness and mental health systems.
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'I'm just ready to live life.' Carli Lloyd content at home in early days of retirement
Carli Lloyd, relaxing in her New Jersey home, says she has no regrets about her elite soccer career fueled by belief others wanted to see her fail.
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Editorial: Let's build a better future for P-99 and L.A.'s other mountain lions
P-99, the latest mountain lion to enter the National Park Service study of lions, could have a better future when a wildlife crossing in L.A. County is built.
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Rams vs. Green Bay Packers matchups, start time and how to watch
Matthew Stafford will try to rediscover his early-season form and eliminate the risk for interceptions when the Rams take on the Green Bay Packers.
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Chargers vs. Denver Broncos matchups, start time and how to watch
The Chargers didn't have much problem scoring against the Steelers last week, but the Denver Broncos present a tougher challenge for Justin Herbert.
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Column: Biden wants to focus on China. Putin has another idea
The biggest foreign policy challenge for President Biden is coming not from Asia, but from a more traditional nemesis, Russia's Vladimir Putin.
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Why didn't we talk about race in high school?
In a graphic op-ed, the artist talks about what it was like to grow up in Cerritos, a suburb in Los Angeles County.
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Op-Ed: 1 in 4 adults are estranged from family and paying a psychological price
A social media fad urges young adults to 'cancel' their parents. As a psychoanalyst, I see the unanticipated toll.
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Second Opinion: What it will take to keep the next global pandemic at bay
More than 7 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered worldwide, but the huge discrepancy of access among nations is a devastating failure.
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Letters to the Editor: If you want 'one nation under one God,' chances are it won't be your religion
Michael Flynn surely didn't mean Judaism or Catholicism when he said America is a "Judeo-Christian" nation. So what did he mean?
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Editorial: Colleges' overreliance on adjunct faculty is bad for students, instructors and academic freedom
Adjunct faculty, generally underpaid and without job security, make up 75% of all college instructors. Higher education now depends on them, which could be a saving grace.
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USC rally comes up short in loss to No. 13 BYU that ends Trojans' bowl hopes
USC fought back but came up short in a 35-31 loss to No. 13 Brigham Young on Saturday night that eliminates the Trojans from becoming bowl eligible.
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UCLA dominates against Cal to enter bowl season on a wave of momentum
UCLA scores 32 unanswered points in a 42-14 win over California. The Bruins now wait to see which bowl game they'll land in after their 8-4 season.
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Orange Lutheran uses stunning rally to take Southern Section Division 2 title game
Orange Lutheran rallied late to shock top-seeded Mission Hills Bishop Alemany 38-35 in the Southern Section Division 2 championship game Saturday night.
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Beverly Hills police and bomb squad in standoff with motorist on Wilshire Boulevard
Two police cruisers and the bomb squad's armored vehicle surrounded what appeared to be a gray van at Wilshire Boulevard and Rodeo Drive.
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Arlis Boardingham plays big role as Birmingham beats San Pedro for City Section title
Arlis Boardingham, a 6-foot-5 receiver, helped lead Lake Balboa Birmingham to a 24-14 win over San Pedro in the City Section Open Division title game.
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