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Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Has Died At Age 93Former Vice President Walter Mondale died Monday at age 93, his family confirmed in a statement.
Hester Ford, The Oldest Living American, Has DiedHester Ford, the oldest living American, has died in North Carolina, her family said.
Garcetti Proposes Nearly $1B To Battle LA Homelessness CrisisThe urgency of addressing the Southland's homeless crisis has been heightened by the struggles brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
Officials On Rescue Mission To Free Whales Caught Up In Buoy, RopeThe baby whale appeared to be caught up in some buoys and rope at Victoria Beach.
Debate Over Potential Use Of Vaccine Passports Heating UpThe debate is heating up about whether sporting venues, theaters or businesses should require proof of vaccination.
P-22 Mountain Lion To Be Featured In Nature Mural In WattsThe National Wildlife Federation's #SaveLACougars campaign and 3rd Rock Hip-Hop announced Monday they are installing a nature-inspired mural in Watts that will feature the famous mountain lion, P-22.
Liliana Carrillo Charged With Murdering 3 Children In ResedaLiliana Carrillo, 30, was charged Monday with three counts of murder in connection with the deaths of her young children, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office said.
Vaping Company Kandypens Ordered To Pay $1.2 Million For Allegedly Marketing, Advertising To Young ConsumersFeuer’s office had sued Kandypens in 2018 for marketing its vaping devices and e-liquids at young people through social media and by placing their products in music videos featuring artists like DJ Khaled and Justin Bieber.
Diesel Fuel, Acid Spills Into Lanes Of Northbound 5 Freeway In La MiradaThe crash between a big rig and a sedan happened at about 10:15 a.m. on the southbound 5 Freeway at Valley View Avenue. Debris flew into the northbound lanes, and the CHP reported the semi was leaking fuel from the collision.
Hollywood's Musso & Frank Grill Set To Reopen May 6Hollywood's iconic Musso & Frank Grill announced Monday it will reopen May 6 after a year-long closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Spring Heat Breaks Records In Camarillo, Oxnard; Light Rain May Be In Forecast Later This WeekConditions remain very warm and dry throughout the region, with highs in the 80s and 90s Monday. It’s the second day of high temperatures, after the heat sent crowds to local beaches seeking the cool ocean breezes.
Riverside County Man Bitten By Rattlesnake While Trying To Pick It Up With Barbecue TongsHe reportedly tried to pick up the snake with barbecue tongs and was bitten in the left hand, near his thumb, according to John Welsh, spokesman for the Riverside County Department of Animal Services.

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General Motors reports record profit, and other MoneyWatch headlinesGM earned nearly $3 billion last quarter; "Pokemon Go" to boost Apple's bottom line; Dow rises to yet another record. These headlines and more from CBSMoneyWatch.
12 European soccer clubs announce new breakaway Super LeagueUEFA warned clubs that joining the "cynical project" based on self-interest would see them banned from playing in any other competition — domestic, European or global.
Turkey's president declares state of emergencyTurkey's president has declared a state of emergency for the next three months. Last Friday a military faction tried to overthrow his government, but failed. The suspected coup leaders are now being paraded and humiliated on Turkish television. Holly Williams reports.
Tanks run over man during attempted coup in TurkeySurveillance camera footage obtained by The Associated Press shows two tanks running over a man in Istanbul during the attempted military coup in Turkey. The man survived, according to realty company Eminevim, which provided the video.
Mutual fund managers stashing cash, and other MoneyWatch headlinesFund managers' cash stakes are biggest since 2001; Unilever buys Dollar Shave Club for reported $1 billion; farmers bet on sweet potatoes as demand soars. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
Russia's doping scheme may lead to Olympic banThe Olympics begin in just 17 days, and no one knows if Russia will be able to send a team to Rio. The World Anti-Doping Agency wants Russia banned for cheating on doping tests, but the International Olympic Committee needs more convincing. Mark Phillips reports.