President Donald Trump Wednesday repeatedly contradicted congressional testimony from Centers for Disease Control Director Robert Redfield, casting doubt on the expert's timing for a vaccine and on the effectiveness of masks.

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Drive-By Shooting Possibly Linked To Fatal Crash In VeniceA man is dead after apparently being shot, then crashing into a building in the Venice area, authorities said Tuesday. Hermela Aregawi reports.
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MLB Extends Trevor Bauer's Administrative Leave Through August 6Major League Baseball has extended the administrative leave for Dodgers starting pitcher Trevor Bauer through Aug. 6 as the investigation continues into allegations that he assaulted a woman.
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CDC Expected To Issue New Mask GuidelinesThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revised its mask guidance Tuesday afternoon, saying fully vaccinated Americans should wear masks indoors in communities where there is substantial or high transmission, according to a federal official.
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Fatal Crash Possibly Linked To Drive-By Shooting Moments Earlier In VeniceA man is dead after his vehicle crashed into a building at a dog park in the Venice area, but he may have also been shot just before the crash. Tina Patel reports.
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US Gymnast Simone Biles Out of Team Finals Due To 'Medical Issue'Olympic champion Simone Biles is out of the team finals due to a "medical issue" after stumbling during her vault on Tuesday.
LA County Board Of Supervisors To Vote On Guaranteed Income Pilot Program For Young PeopleThe Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is slated to vote on a motion Tuesday that would launch a guaranteed income pilot program for young people ages 18 to 24. Katie Johnston reports.

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