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Herzog blasts divisiveness and undermining in his party

Herzog said he saw the bullying within his own political camp a a great danger.
Jerusalem Post

Warren Hinckle, former editor of Ramparts magazine, dies at 77

Warren Hinckle, the writer who transformed Ramparts magazine from a small, quarterly Catholic publication in the 1960s to one that focused on political and investigative journalism, has died. He..
L.A. Times

Amanda Bynes returns to Twitter and tells followers she's attending fashion school

Well, hello there, Amanda Bynes, and welcome back!  The former child star showed up Wednesday afternoon on Twitter after a long hiatus and explained that she hasn’t had time to chat with her..
L.A. Times

James Spader gets $4 million for his Mediterranean Revival in Windsor Square

Television and film actor James Spader, who stars in NBC’s espionage thriller “The Blacklist,” has covertly sold his home in Windsor Square for $4 million, property records show. Built in..
L.A. Times

Food truck report: Pico House brings grain bowls made by a quartet of serious chefs

Loaded carne asada fries, excellent tacos, bacon ice cream sandwiches, fried chicken: These are the reasons why you typically spend  considerable time tracking down your favorite food truck. But..
L.A. Times

Home-invasion thriller 'Don't Breathe' flexes its genre muscles

When the director Fede Alvarez’s harrowing new action thriller premiered earlier this year at the South by Southwest Film Festival, it was still untitled — until just a few days later, after its..
L.A. Times

L.A. theater openings, Aug. 28-Sept. 4: 'The Importance of Being Earnest' and more

This week: Women gone Wilde, plus a sendup about the making of “Gone With the Wind,” and a hit musical comedy about “the change.”  Back Off Track: Saga of a Quitter Writer-performer Carey..
L.A. Times

Palestinian woman fired in Germany for refusing to remove her headscarf

palestinian woman fired in germany for refusing to remove her headscarf
The woman was told that her Muslim dress had 'injured the neutrality' of her workplace. She was fired after just one day of her six-week internship.
Jerusalem Post

Trail of 1983 double-killing suspect leads to Los Angeles, officials say

A man wanted for killing his male and female lovers in the Midwest more than 30 years ago may be dressing as a woman and hiding in Los Angeles, a Michigan investigator chasing the cold case said..
L.A. Times

Dodgers Dugout: Looking back at Game 2 of the Giants series

Hi, and welcome to another edition of Dodgers Dugout. My name is Houston Mitchell. There was this strange sight on TV last night: A bunch of guys wearing Dodgers uniforms running around and playing..
L.A. Times

How Notre Dame plans to plug and play both Kizer and Zaire at quarterback in the Texas opener

With the clocking ticking on Notre Dame’s college football opener at Texas, Irish Coach Brian Kelly recently addressed the question that had been hanging over his team for months: Who will play..
L.A. Times

U.N. Rights Official Calls for Inquiry Into Abuses in Yemen Conflict

The move, accompanying a report by investigators, revives a proposal that Saudi Arabia and the Yemeni government it supports have fiercely resisted.
NYTimes.com

Will too many Israel children lead to demographic disaster?

will too many israel children lead to demographic disaster?
An Israeli academic claims the country faces problems if it keeps having too many children.
Jerusalem Post

Iran Minister: If American warships violate our waters, we will confront them

iran minister: if american warships violate our waters, we will confront them

Jerusalem Post

Friday night lights shine on transfer quarterbacks in new roles

As the 2016 high school football season begins this weekend, let’s take a peek at trends, issues and debates likely to break out: Quarterback movement: More than 20 quarterbacks have transferred..
L.A. Times

The art of the developmentally disabled on its own terms, minus the lens of sympathy

"Mapping Fictions" at the Good Luck Gallery is one of those great, double-strength shows whose work is as fresh and memorable as the larger, lingering ideas and questions it provokes. Guest curators..
L.A. Times

Neighborhood Spotlight: Marina del Rey's meandering course takes it to 'trending'

Long before the sailboats, paddleboarders and kayakers filled the placid waters of Marina del Rey’s main channel, the neighborhood was intended to be the West Coast’s busiest port. In 1887, a..
L.A. Times

Mumford & Sons, artist Shepard Fairey and a Nobu food booth? Only at Life Is Beautiful fest in Las Vegas

Downtown Las Vegas will morph into a musical street scene in September as more than 80 bands — Mumford & Sons, J. Cole, Jane’s Addiction, the Lumineers, Young the Giant among them — take to..
L.A. Times

For openers, this week's featured high school football games

Top high school games on Friday West Hills Chaminade at Westlake Village Oaks Christian, 7 p.m.: These are both preseason top-15 teams loaded with quality underclassmen. It’s going to come down..
L.A. Times

How much house does $550,000 buy in San Diego County?

Home prices continue to rise across Southern California. In San Diego County, the median price for single-family homes in July rose about 5% to $545,000. Here's a look at what about that amount buys..
L.A. Times


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