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Russia Warns Finland And Sweden Over NATO As Strikes Pummel East Ukraine
LVIV, Ukraine — Russia on Monday warned Finland and Sweden that plans to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization were a "grave mistake," as Moscow's forces stepped up attacks in eastern and southern Ukraine. Sergei Ryabkov, Russia's deputy foreig
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Day Of Dodgers Misfortune Ends With 12-10 Loss To Phillies In 10 Innings
LOS ANGELES — Friday the 13th was not a good day for the Dodgers. The misfortune began with the team placing Clayton Kershaw on the 15-day injured list in the morning and ended nearing midnight with a 12-10, 10-inning loss to the Philadelphia Phillie
Los Angeles TimesLeitura de 3 minsAmerican Government
Protesters Gather At Abortion Rights Rallies In California And Across US
LOS ANGELES — Joining demonstrators across the country, women’s rights activists gathered in downtown Los Angeles and elsewhere around the state Saturday as the U.S. Supreme Court appears poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision leg
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Troubles Mount In China Ahead Of Xi's Bid To Stay In Power
TAIPEI, Taiwan — When Xi Jinping strode into the Bird's Nest Olympic stadium in the winter, waving and bundled in a black jacket and mask, hundreds of Chinese spectators and performers cheered in what was meant to be the start of a victorious year fo
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Russian Commanders Taking Risks Under Growing Pressure, Report Says; Ukraine Puts Soldier On Trial
KRAKOW, Poland — As fighting rages in eastern Ukraine, Russian commanders are under growing pressure to make battlefield gains even if it means taking risks that can backfire, a British military intelligence assessment said Friday. The assessment cit
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Putin Refuses To Waver On East Ukraine; Finland’s Leaders Endorse NATO Bid
LVIV, Ukraine — As Finland’s leaders dealt him a blow by announcing their support for joining NATO, Russian President Vladimir Putin reaffirmed his determination to maintain Moscow’s sway over eastern Ukraine as Russian forces pounded the area. Putin
Los Angeles TimesLeitura de 4 minsSocial History
Senate To Vote On Abortion Rights; Democrats Hope To Send Message
WASHINGTON — Senate Democrats plan to vote Wednesday on a bill to establish a federal right to abortion in hopes of drawing a sharp political contrast with Republicans who support the Supreme Court's expected ruling to undo the Roe vs. Wade decision.
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Ukraine Retakes Territory In The East Amid More Russian Attacks
LVIV, Ukraine — Ukraine pressed its counteroffensive against Russian troops Wednesday, pushing them back from the northeastern city of Kharkiv in what observers say could bring a new phase to the conflict even as U.S intelligence officials warned tha
Los Angeles TimesLeitura de 3 minsInternational Relations
Odesa Pounded By Multiple Missiles As Russia Hits Ukraine’s Ports
ZHYTOMYR, Ukraine — Russia’s ambitions to overtake southern Ukraine appeared to grow Tuesday as authorities reported the use of hypersonic missiles on the Black Sea city of Odesa and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called on world powers to b
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Commentary: Russia Didn’t Learn From The Russo-Japanese War Of 1904-05. But Ukraine Can
On television and online, commentators reach furiously for comparisons to past conflicts for insights into the Ukrainian-Russian war. How will it ever end? At the same time, military analysts watch closely to see how lethal new technologies lead to g
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UC And CSU Are Unaffordable, And A 4-year Degree Isn't The Only Way To Succeed, Californians Say In Poll
LOS ANGELES — Most Californians believe the University of California and California State University are unaffordable, and they highly value community colleges and vocational training as alternative paths to career success, according to a statewide p
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It's Not Even Summer, And California's Two Largest Reservoirs Are At 'Critically Low' Levels
LOS ANGELES — At a point in the year when California's water storage should be at its highest, the state's two largest reservoirs have already dropped to critically low levels — a sobering outlook for the hotter and drier months ahead. Shasta Lake, w
Los Angeles TimesLeitura de 4 minsInternational Relations
Putin Defends Invasion Of Ukraine During Display Of Russian Might
KYIV, Ukraine — With international pressure mounting and his invasion of Ukraine failing to make significant advances, Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered a strident speech Monday at an annual military parade in Moscow, accusing the U.S. and t
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What’s on TV This Week: ‘Hacks,’ ‘The Essex Serpent,’ ‘Dinosaur Apocalypse’ and more
SUNDAY Sexy singles take courtship cues from inhabitants of the animal kingdom in the new reality series “Love in the Jungle.” Anytime, Discovery+ It’s Mother’s Day, so don’t forget to call your mom and tell her to watch the new stand-up special “Chr
Los Angeles TimesLeitura de 5 minsSecurity
Cryptography Pioneer Silvio Micali On Where Crypto Is Headed
Some 40 years ago, Silvio Micali and his colleague Shafi Goldwasser wanted to figure out how to play poker together on their phones. They needed a way to ensure neither could know the other player's hands. The two computer science graduate students a
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Clayton Kershaw Breaks Dodgers’ Strikeout Record In Loss To Tigers
LOS ANGELES — Clayton Kershaw entered the season chasing history. He finally caught it in the fourth inning Saturday when he fanned Detroit’s Spencer Torkelson to break Don Sutton’s Dodgers record for career strikeouts. But that was about all the Los
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A Long-forgotten Toxic Dump Site Is Raising New Worries For This Los Angeles Neighborhood
LOS ANGELES — In the summer of 1984, investigators peered into a cave dug beneath the Lincoln Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles and found dozens of rusted 55-gallon barrels filled with toxic chemicals. Some of the barrels lay nearly empty after the
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Bill Plaschke: Clayton Kershaw Has Surpassed Sandy Koufax As Dodgers’ Greatest Pitcher
LOS ANGELES — Spencer Torkelson flailed, and Dodger Stadium shook. Clayton Kershaw shoved his cap into the air, and Dodger Stadium screamed. The cool April air was filled with a whiff of greatness Saturday night as a sweating, jabbing Dodgers lefty p
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NFL Draft: Rams Picked New Starting Offensive Lineman Because He’s Badger Of Honor
LOS ANGELES — Brian Hill, who scouts Midwest college players for the Los Angeles Rams, this week told the team’s coaching staff that he would jump in the pool at their Hollywood Hills draft house if they selected Wisconsin offensive lineman Logan Bru
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To Survive Drought, Parts Of SoCal Must Cut Water Use By 35%. The New Limit: 80 Gallons A Day
LOS ANGELES — When the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California this week unveiled its strictest-ever water restrictions for about 6 million residents, it did so with an urgent goal in mind: a 35% reduction in water consumption, equating to
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NFL Draft: Quarterbacks 2-3-4 Wait Until Third Round As Record Receivers Taken
LAS VEGAS — Among the many new experiments in this year’s NFL draft, the league had an artist speed-painting portraits of the players as they were selected. Guy could have painted the Sistine Chapel in the time it took for the quarterbacks to come of
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Breaking Down The Eight NFL Draft Picks Rams Made And How They Fit
Los Angeles Times' Rams beat writer Gary Klein examines every NFL draft pick by the team: 6 feet 5, 308 pounds, Wisconsin, Round 3, Pick 104 — Notable: Bruss played at Wisconsin, which produced Rams right tackle Rob Havenstein and left guard David E
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Dylan Hernandez: Dodgers Knew Trevor Bauer Was Risk, And Now They're Paying The Price
LOS ANGELES — Trevor Bauer has made 17 starts for the Dodgers, and he probably won't make any more after he was suspended on Friday for two seasons for violating baseball's sexual assault and domestic violence policy. In which case, the Dodgers will
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Outdrawn By Angels, Outbid By Pirates, Dodgers Found Salvation 10 Years Ago Sunday
LOS ANGELES — The Dodgers were shopping for a veteran catcher. He could have been the starting catcher. He did not need to be a star. They were interested in bringing back Rod Barajas. He was coming off a season in which he had hit 16 home runs. He w
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Rams Bring Back Cornerback Troy Hill In Trade With Browns
LOS ANGELES — The Rams are not only using the NFL draft to acquire new players. General manager Les Snead used it to bring back a proven commodity. The Rams traded a 2023 fifth-round pick to the Cleveland Browns for cornerback Troy Hill, who played a
Los Angeles TimesLeitura de 6 minsInternational Relations
Russian Artillery Pounds Cities, Towns And Villages In Eastern Ukraine
LVIV, Ukraine — Russian forces aimed a punishing artillery barrage Saturday at cities, towns and villages in eastern Ukraine, destroying electrical plants, fuel depots and other key infrastructure. The onslaught came even as Western and Ukrainian mil
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2 Dead, Another Possibly Missing After Truck Plunges Into Ocean South Of San Francisco
Two people were killed and another possibly missing after the truck they were in drove off a cliff and into the ocean Friday evening at Pescadero Beach in San Mateo County, south of San Francisco, authorities said. An unidentified man in his 40s and
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NFL Draft 2022: Assessing Each Team's Picking Performance After Seven Rounds
LAS VEGAS — The NFL wrapped up the third and final day of its first Las Vegas draft Saturday, completing Rounds 4-7 of its annual dice roll. In all, nine players from Los Angeles universities were selected. The six UCLA Bruins: tight end Greg Dulcich
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NFL Draft: Why Chargers’ New Safety Is Called ‘Heartbreak Kid’
LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Chargers drafted a safety Friday who called his skill set “very unique,” his nickname also something rather special. The “Heartbreak Kid” is now a Charger. JT Woods joined the team as a third-round pick — No. 79 overall
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Breaking Down Eight NFL Draft Picks The Chargers Made And How They Fit
Los Angeles Times' Chargers beat writer Jeff Miller examines every NFL draft pick by the team: 6 feet 3, 312 pounds, Boston College, Round 1, Pick 17 — Notable: Johnson spent two years at Davidson before moving on to Boston College, where he played
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