Archive for September, 2018

Patrick Beverley hams it up after Clippers win

The exhibition game had been over for a few minutes but as he pivoted to leave an on-court television interview, Patrick Beverley locked onto his next target. It was a Clippers employee holding a video camera, and Beverley stalked his direction as though he were one of the many Sydney Kings guards…

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NFL: Ravens pull away from Steelers

Joe Flacco threw a pair of early touchdown passes, Justin Tucker kicked four second-half field goals and the Baltimore Ravens pulled away from the Pittsburgh Steelers 26-14 on Sunday night.

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U.S. and Canada reach last-minute accord to conclude talks on new NAFTA

In an eleventh-hour breakthrough that may have saved the North American Free Trade Agreement, the Trump administration and top Canadian officials came to terms late Sunday on a deal — opening the way for the United States, Canada and Mexico to sign a renewed trade pact at the end of November.

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California sets new limits on who can be charged with felony murder

Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation on Sunday that limits who can be prosecuted for felony murder to those who commit or intend to commit a killing.

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Plane crash in La Verne kills one

A passenger in a small plane died Sunday evening after it crashed in La Verne, La Verne Police Department officials said. Police were alerted to the crash at Brackett Field Airport at about 5:50 p.m.

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LeBron James’ debut in preseason opener draws plenty of attention

There was barely any room to move around in the Lakers locker room at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego.

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Derwin James continues to make big plays for Chargers defense as L.A. improves to 2-2

Free Derwin! That was the rallying cry for fans of Chargers rookie Derwin James, the Swiss Army knife of a defensive back who was confined to a free safety role in a Week 3 loss to the Rams but was unleashed again in Sunday’s 29-27 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in StubHub Center. Roaming…

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Gov. Jerry Brown signs landmark laws that unwind decades of secrecy surrounding police misconduct, use of force

Gov. Jerry Brown ushered in a new era of transparency in California law enforcement on Sunday, signing two new laws that for the first time give the public access to internal police investigations and video footage of shootings by police officers and other serious incidents.

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Gov. Jerry Brown signs landmark laws that unwind decades of secrecy surrounding police misconduct, use of force

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California enacts strongest net neutrality protections in the country as Trump administration announces it will sue

Nearly nine months after federal regulators voted to do away with net neutrality rules instituted under the Obama administration, California has brought them back in the state. Gov.

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