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Letters: A real Hall of Shame move by the Angels
Letters from readers to the Los Angeles Times Sports department.
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Patagonia shows corporate activism is simpler than it looks
From climate change to voting rights, Patagonia has been willing to risk backlash by taking positions on contentious social issues. It's a risk that has paid off.
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A near-epic collapse overshadows Dodgers' skid-ending victory over Angels
Leave it to the Dodgers to turn what should have been a laugher of a win over the Angels into a nail-biter of a 14-11 victory.
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L.A. Times All-Star football team: Player of the Year
A look at The Times' high school football player of the year, a two-way star at St. John Bosco.
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L.A. Times All-Star football team: Back of the Year
A look at The Times' All-Star football team back of the year, a record-setting quarterback.
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L.A. Times All-Star football team: Lineman of the Year
A look at The Times' All-Star football team's lineman of the year, a versatile 300-pounder from the Inland Empire.
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Column: Liz Cheney and Donald Trump are locked in mortal combat. So far, Trump is winning
The two Republicans are battling for the future of their party.
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Complete coverage: The Times' All-Star football team spring 2021
The Times' All-Star football team includes players of the year Matayo Uiagalelei, back of the year Zevi Eckhaus and lineman of the year Andrew Madrigal.
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L.A. Times All-Star football team: Coach of the Year
The Times' All-Star football team coach of the year kept his school on track after a campus tragedy before the year-long pandemic.
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The Times' All-Star high school football team
A look at the 25-player All-Star high school football team for the 2021 spring season.
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Second Opinion: How to change an American medical system that harms Black maternal health
We need to end a culture of obstetric racism that has resulted in a maternal mortality rate for Black women that is around three times that of white women.
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Op-Ed: As a 12-year-old, I defied the KKK to comfort Freedom Riders injured in a firebombing
Sixty years ago, a preteen white girl in Alabama tended to Freedom Riders after their bus was firebombed. Her life would never be the same.
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Letters to the Editor: My district is pulling its weight on homelessness, says Councilman John Lee
City Councilman John Lee responds to a Times editorial on his motion to withdraw city funding from a homeless housing project.
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Letters to the Editor: Biden deserves to be heralded as another FDR if he succeeds
President Biden's massive spending proposals have the support of most Americans, even though GOP lawmakers oppose them.
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Letters to the Editor: California, stop divvying up water like it's the Little Ice Age
California's water policies were instituted at a time we now know was unusually wet for the area. It's time to stop using water as if we were not in a new, drier era.
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Column: The war is on for control of Congress — but California tied its hands behind its back
The state took the high road reforming its redistricting process. But now it will have one fewer tool in the battle to keep Democrats in power.
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Op-Ed: After Eli Broad, how will we remake Los Angeles?
Eli Broad envisioned Grand Avenue as DTLA's Champs-Élysées. Instead it may be a memorial to an urbanism of big gestures that is passing into history.
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Op-Ed: NFTs are digital tulip fever: Would you pay thousands for a bar code?
Nonfungible tokens are a dressed-up species of bookkeeping. But what art needs is less auditing and more ecstasy.
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In the shadow of Mt. Everest, a business boom goes bust, spoiled by COVID-19
Business owners in Nepal's Solukhumbu region, which draws mountaineers from all over, are buried in debt, with almost no income and no relief in sight.
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Fiery Canelo Álvarez stalks, defeats Billy Joe Saunders in front of record crowd
Mexican star Saúl "Canelo" Álvarez responded to English underdog Billy Joe Saunders pre-fight jabs with a TKO in front of a record crowd at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
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Review: Elon Musk hosting 'SNL' was a gimmicky ratings grab — but not a disaster
All in all, as 'SNL' goes, the mega-rich tech magnate made a decent showing, in part because the show went out of its way to ensure him one.
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12 best photos from Canelo Álvarez's defeat of Billy Joe Saunders
Check out pictures from Canelo Álvarez's TKO win over Billy Joe Saunders, who withdrew due to an eye injury following eight full rounds on Saturday.
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Mike Trout dice que se 'derrumbó' tras enterarse de la salida de Albert Pujols
La estrella de los Angels, Mike Trout, desarrolló una relación especial con Albert Pujols, por lo que la noticia del adiós a Pujols el jueves dejó emocionado al tres veces Jugador Más Valioso de la Liga Americana
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Dodgers build huge lead, almost blow it in wacky, 14-11 win over Angels
The Dodgers scored a combined 13 runs in the fourth and fifth innings, then held on for a 14-11 victory over the Angels that ended a four-game skid.
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China says most of its Long March 5B rocket burned up during its reentry to Earth's atmosphere
China's space agency says a core segment of its biggest rocket reentered Earth's atmosphere above the Maldives and most of it has burned up.
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Reign Redmond upsets top sprinters in state at spectator-less Arcadia Invitational
Carson High sprinter Reign Redmond highlights a socially-distanced, fan-less Arcadia Invitational that is essentially serving as the state championship.
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Scarlett Johansson, citing 'sexist' treatment, calls for Hollywood to 'step back' from Golden Globes
Scarlett Johansson joins Hollywood callout of Golden Globes, slams 'sexist' questions from HFPA journalists.
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Rare gathering of world's vast schools of Buddhism offers healing against racial hate
Southern California is the world's only place where all major schools of Buddhism are represented — and followers recently gathered for what's believed to be the first time to offer healing against anti-Asian bias and other racial hate.
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Jonathan dos Santos, Javier 'Chicharito' Hernández lead Galaxy to win over LAFC
Jonathan dos Santos scored a 79th-minute go-ahead goal and Javier 'Chicharito' Hernández had a goal and an assist in the Galaxy's 2-1 win over LAFC.
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Jasmine Walker, Nia Coffey make final pitches to make Sparks roster in preseason finale
Coach and GM Derek Fisher has tough decisions ahead for the Sparks, who open the season soon with core of 8 veterans and 4 roster spots up for grabs.
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