Remember when … USC-UCLA anniversary football games through the years

Fifty years ago, as you may have already heard, it was the “Game of the Century.” Twenty five years ago,…

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Rev. Jesse Jackson, civil rights icon, discloses Parkinson’s disease diagnosis

By SOPHIA TAREEN The Associated Press CHICAGO — The Rev. Jesse Jackson disclosed publicly Friday that he has been seeking…

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Two flu deaths reported in LA County, prompting vaccination reminder

Two flu related deaths have been reported in Los Angeles County, prompting local health officials on Friday to urge residents…

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Breakingviews TV: The Fox hunt is on

With Comcast and Verizon joining the suitors for Rupert Murdoch’s assets, Jen Saba and Tom Buerkle discuss what’s driving the…

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Morales on boxing: Deontay Wilder eager to put the bite on Anthony Joshua

The food server at The Palm in downtown Los Angeles put a burger and fries in front of heavyweight champion…

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Rare ‘Action Comics’ No. 1, with Superman’s debut, to be sold by Calabasas auction house, could fetch $1 million+

This image released by Profiles in History shows a June 1938 “Action Comics” issue No. 1, one of many Superman…

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20 things to watch: ‘Stranger Things,’ Beatles-inspired bugs and Barbra Streisand!

CATCH UP ON Stranger Things 2: (Available on Netflix) If you are the only one left who hasn’t seen the…

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‘Bachelorette’ Star Emily Maynard Announces Baby Boy’s Name With Sweet Pic — See Her Cute Posts!

Emily Maynard is one happy mama! The former Bachelorette star took to Instagram on Thursday to reveal the name of…

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Tesla Semi, an electric big rig truck with 500-mile range, rolls into reality

Elon Musk unveiled a sleep electric truck that he said will revolutionize the industry based on cost-per-mile efficiency and comfort.…

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Road to recovering: Survivors of Sept. 11, Oklahoma City terror attacks share their stories

Editor’s Note: Survivors of the Dec. 2, 2015, terrorist attack in San Bernardino aren’t the only ones afflicted with post-traumatic…

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Here are the best approaches to treating PTSD, experts and survivors say

Terrorist attacks such as the Dec. 2, 2015, shooting that killed 14 people in San Bernardino lead to higher rates…

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How San Bernardino terror attack survivors are struggling with PTSD’s ‘invisible wounds’ 2 years later

She’d never been afraid of horses before. Yet she froze outside the corral — her mind racing with fear as…

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New business: Wearable local photography boutique opens

Redwood Love opened in the Village last week, selling handmade gifts, jewelry, books, pottery, woodwork and the increasingly popular, wearable…

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Retail roundup: T.J. Maxx opens in Walnut Creek, more shops head to Concord

Here is what’s happening in retail around the East Bay: T.J. Maxx to open in Walnut Creek Off-price retail giant…

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The best soul singer you never heard of is headed to the Bay Area

Over the past five decades Rick Estrin has performed with many of the nation’s most renowned blues and soul singers,…

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