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Huntington Beach man who texted photos from Capitol riot arrested after tip to FBI

Huntington Beach man who texted photos from Capitol riot arrested after tip to FBI A Huntington Beach remodeling firm owner has been arrested in connection with the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol after he sent photos of himself at the insurrection to members of his church group, federal officials said. Glenn Allen Brooks was […]

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Good news for gender equality as court green lights Meland v. Padilla

Good news for gender equality as court green lights Meland v. Padilla One California law unconstitutionally forces people to make decisions on the basis of sex, patronizes women by disregarding their individual preferences, and makes it harder for everyone to succeed in the workplace. But there’s good news: The law may be on its way […]

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Dodgers’ four-run seventh reclaims lead, secures win over Diamondbacks

Dodgers’ four-run seventh reclaims lead, secures win over Diamondbacks PHOENIX — The Dodgers might have won the trade deadline. But they took their time winning anything else. Against the Arizona Diamondbacks Saturday, the Dodgers scored three times in the second inning then left their lead in the car and forgot to crack a window. It […]

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Reverse damage of politicians, special interests: John Cox

Reverse damage of politicians, special interests: John Cox For decades California has been run by career politicians and insiders. Together they have created a state that only the wealthy and well-connected can afford to live in. California has the highest taxes in the country and is one of the country’s least affordable places to live. […]

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Bring common sense back to California: Doug Ose

Bring common sense back to California: Doug Ose Sacramento is broken — fractured by years of mismanagement by career politicians who are detached from the real-life challenges facing everyday Californians. I was born and raised in California. I’ve raised my family and built my business here. For most of our lives, California was the land […]

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Dodgers’ Andrew Friedman took ‘roller-coaster ride’ to making blockbuster trade

Dodgers’ Andrew Friedman took ‘roller-coaster ride’ to making blockbuster trade PHOENIX — The days blur together for Andrew Friedman as the trade deadline nears. But Wednesday afternoon, he thought “there was a real chance” the Dodgers were going to be able to pull off the biggest move of baseball’s mid-season swap meet and acquire both […]

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Kings sign forward Lias Andersson to 1-year contract extension

Kings sign forward Lias Andersson to 1-year contract extension The Kings re-signed restricted free-agent forward Lias Andersson to a new, one-year contract Friday. The deal is worth up to $ 874,125, the Kings said in a news release. Andersson, who was the No.7 overall draft pick in 2017, was acquired from the New York Rangers […]

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U.S. women’s basketball team beats Japan with dominant inside presence

U.S. women’s basketball team beats Japan with dominant inside presence By DOUG FEINBERG AP Basketball Writer SAITAMA, Japan — The U.S. women’s basketball team has not looked sharp in its first two wins at the Tokyo Games. Five-time Olympian Sue Bird attributes the pedestrian performances to the lack of practice time with so many new […]

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3 more U.S. medals in swimming; South Africa’s Schoenmaker sets world record

3 more U.S. medals in swimming; South Africa’s Schoenmaker sets world record American swimmers added two silvers and a bronze to their growing medal haul in swimming Friday morning, widening their advantage on their rivals in the pool but falling short of the golds they covet most of all. Ryan Murphy won a silver in […]

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Who is Sunisa Lee, United States’ newest Olympic gold medalist?

Who is Sunisa Lee, United States’ newest Olympic gold medalist? Sunisa Lee of St. Paul has spent her entire life working for this moment. She started in gymnastics as highly energetic 6-year-old, and as she rapidly progressed through the sport, she started to set her sights on the Olympics. And on Thursday, she became an […]

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