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- Laguna Beach Groups Hold Rally Against Racism
- Thousands Disrupt Boston 'Free Speech' Rally
- Monrovia-Based Trader Joe's Celebrates 50 Years
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Solar Glasses, Pinhole Projector A Must To Safely Watch EclipseWhat can happen when you look directly at the sun? You're essentially cooking your retina, experts say.
Border Patrol: Man Used Drones To Smuggle Drugs Into San DiegoAuthorities say agents found him with meth in a lunch box and a drone hidden in a nearby bush.
Monrovia-Based Trader Joe’s Celebrates 50 YearsThe first Trader Joe's store opened on Aug. 25, 1967 in Pasadena. It remains in operation.
Man Killed, 2 Women Wounded In South LA ShootingNo suspects have been arrested.
Laguna Beach Groups Hold Rally Against Racism Ahead Of Anti-Immigration ProtestOn Sunday evening, an “America First” rally is expected to draw counter protesters and a large police presence.
5,000 Customers Lose Power In Los Feliz, Silver LakePower was fully restored early Saturday morning.
Polanski Loses Bid To Have Rape Case Thrown OutOscar-winning director Roman Polanski has lost his latest bid to end a criminal case for sexually assaulting a teen 40 years ago.
On 40th Anniversary Of Elvis’ Death, $28.75 Charge To Visit Graceland Upsets FansFor nearly four decades, fans have made a solemn procession past his grave without paying a penny.
MoviePass Offers Moviegoers To See One Movie Per Day For $10 A MonthAMC calls MoviePass a “small fringe player” whose plan was “not in the best interest of moviegoers, movie theaters and movie studios.”
Swift Justice: Jury Takes Taylor's Side In Groping LawsuitThe singer won $1 and long-awaited vindication after a jury decided that a radio host groped her during a pre-concert photo op four years ago.
Acclaimed Actor-Writer Joseph Bologna Dies At 82He died surrounded by family and friends at City of Hope in Duarte.
Bruno Mars Donates $1M From Concert To Flint Water Crisis"It's important that we don't forget our brothers and sisters affected by this disaster." - Bruno Mars
Gymboree Closing 350 Stores After Filing For BankruptcyThe closing sales at affected stores are scheduled to begin next Tuesday.
Nike-Amazon Deal Has Sporting Goods Chains Running ScaredShares in several major sports chains hit 52-week lows on word that Nike may soon be selling its gear directly on Amazon.com.
Payless Files For Bankruptcy, Will Immediately Close Nearly 400 StoresShoe chain Payless ShoeSource has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, becoming the latest retailer to succumb to increasing competition from online rivals like Amazon.
Verizon To Take 'Oath' As New Company To Run Yahoo, AOLThe Yahoo and AOL brands are expected to survive.
No Credit Card? No Problem. Amazon Launches Cash OptionThe new service is similar to PayPal My Cash Card that lets you add funds to your online PayPal account.
Uber Vows To Change Direction, Become More Humane CompanyThe move comes after a wave of ugly developments, including allegations of rampant sexual harassment.
Tennessee Congressman Wants President Trump ImpeachedA Democratic congressman from Tennessee says he plans to introduce articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
OC Congressman Meets With Assange; Discusses DNC Email HackAssange claimed the Russians were not involved in the theft of DNC emails, according to Rep. Dana Rohrabacher.
North Dakota Father Disowns White-Supremacist Son In Letter To Newspaper“Peter Tefft, my son, is not welcome at our family gatherings any longer,” the father wrote. “I, along with all of his siblings and his entire family, wish to loudly repudiate my son’s vile, hateful and racist rhetoric and actions."
Trump Comments On Charlottesville Please, Anger, Then Please Hate Group LeadersTrump says the groups protesting white supremacists in Charlottesville on Saturday were "also very violent" and they should share the blame.
Driver Charged With Killing Woman In Charlottesville Allegedly Beat MotherJames Fields Jr. threatened his mother with a knife and locked her in the bathroom after she told him to stop playing video games, police records show.
Social Media Harnessed To Expose White Nationalists At Rally In VirginiaA Twitter account dedicated to calling out racism identified people who attended the rally using photos culled from the news and social media and listed their places of employment and other information.
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center Ranks As Country's 7th Best HospitalRonald Reagan UCLA Medical Center was ranked second-best hospital in California and first in the Los Angeles area by U.S. News and World Report.
High School Student Treated For Active Tuberculosis In HemetA Hemet high school student is receiving treatment for active tuberculosis, health officials said Tuesday.
Copper Cocktail Mugs Could Give You Food Poisoning, Health Officials SayHealth officials in Iowa say the popular cocktail cups can give their users copper poisoning.
Judge Denies Request To Block SoCalGas From Reopening Aliso CanyonA Los Angeles Superior Court judge Friday denied attorneys' request for a restraining order blocking a restart of natural gas injections at the Aliso Canyon storage facility in Porter Ranch.
Molina Healthcare To Lay Off Hundreds Of EmployeesThe Long Beach company's total employment has quintupled since the creation of Obamacare.
Loma Linda Researchers: Eating 1 to 2 Meals Per Day Can Encourage Weight LossThe study found that emphasizing breakfast over lunch and dinner was linked to a decrease in body mass index.
Boston "free speech" rally ends after counter-protesters take to streetsLeft-leaning demonstrators came out in droves ahead of a conservative rally on Boston Common that ended early
Powerball winning jackpot reaches $535 millionYou can collect it as a one-time, lump-sum cash payment of about $340.1 million or in annual payments over 30 years
Confederate monument vandalized in Kansas City, MissouriThe memorial recognizes the women who supported the Confederacy and slavery
Second police officer dies after overnight shooting in FloridaFour police officers in Florida and two state troopers in Pennsylvania were shot in three separate incidents
NFL pro Martellus Bennett is on a mission to inspire kidsHis growing company is churning out children's books, cartoons, clothing, apps and toys – all with the goal of sparking creativity
Morning Rounds: Understanding Alzheimer'sNeurologist Dr. Gayatri Devi joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the challenges behind communicating with and caring for the more than five million Americans living with Alzheimer's disease.
Spain investigates missing imam, mysterious explosion after terror attacksInvestigators searched the home of Abdelbaki Es Satty, an imam who in June abruptly quit working at a mosque in the town of Ripoll
Behind the Lens: Climate RefugeesThe people who contribute the least to climate change stand to lose the most — I saw that in Kiribati
Train derails in northern India, killing 23, injuring 81Two of the coaches telescoped into each other, while four others toppled over after going off the track
Finland stabbing attack was "a likely terror act," officials sayPolice said Europol was investigating if it had any ties to deadly vehicle attacks in Spain
Spain remains on high alert in wake of terror attacksAn intensive manhunt is underway in Spain following the attacks that killed at least 14 people and injured more than 100 others. The driver of the van that plowed into crowds in Barcelona may still be at large and authorities say a more ambitious attack may have been planned. Seth Doane reports.
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