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Santa Ana College cancels classes after fatal shooting, car crash at campus

Police found a car perched on a retaining wall at the college and a man with gunshot wounds lying on the ground beside the vehicle.


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San Clemente High investigates allegations of racism at football game

San Diego Lincoln students and cheer squad were said to be heckled by fans using racial slurs.


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California bullet train's mishandling of land deals adds to mounting costs and delays

The biggest immediate problem for California's high-speed rail project is land acquisitions. Mismanagement of them is contributing to construction delays, cost increases, litigation and the launch of a federal audit.


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Boy's death seemed like a failure of L.A.'s child-welfare system. It wasn't so simple

A new report about the death of Noah Cuatro has absolved the Department of Children and Family Services of responsibility in the case.


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Column: A nasty fight erupts between a major grower and the giant Wonderful Pistachios firm

A lawsuit pits a big pistachio grower against the even bigger Wonderful Pistachios company


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Sports Headlines

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Upon Further Review: Vikings at Packers

What we learned from the Minnesota Vikings' 21-16 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.
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Former Olympic champ Missy Franklin weds Hayes Johnson

Five-time Olympic champion Missy Franklin has married former Texas swimmer Hayes Johnson in a weekend ceremony in suburban Denver
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Why Aaron Rodgers and Matt LaFleur's brief spat could be good news for the Packers

For a moment, it looked like trouble in paradise once again, but all is well in Green Bay ... for the time being.
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Upon Further Review: Packers vs. Vikings

What we learned from the Green Bay Packers’ 21-16 win over the Minnesota Vikings.
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Colin Cowherd: Dak Prescott doesn't get his due respect because he doesn't have a 'defining trait'

Colin Cowherd talks about Dak Prescott and how he still doesn't get the respect he deserves after a great start to 2019 for him and the Cowboys.
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US News

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MTA announces $51 billion plan to save the subway, treat NYC’s transit sickness

New York City’s transit network, neglected and underfunded for decades, is about to get an incredibly expensive shot in the arm.

Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials on Monday laid out the broad strokes of a $51.5 billion, five-year capital plan to quickly modernize the subway system,...

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Texas girl dies after contracting brain-eating amoeba

The young Texas girl who contracted a brain-eating amoeba over Labor Day weekend died Monday.

Lily Mae Avant, 10, was diagnosed with primary amoebic meningoencephalitis after swimming in the Brazos River, according to a Facebook page dedicated to her.

She was airlifted to Cook Children’s Medical...

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Union says GM’s latest offer could have averted massive strike — if it had come sooner

As nearly 50,000 General Motors factory workers walked off the job on Monday, union leaders told the company the crisis could have been averted had the giant automaker made its latest offer sooner — rather than two hours before their contract expired Saturday night.

Terry Dittes, vice president...

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Would-be female school shooter arrested for threatening to gun down 400 people

Oklahoma police arrested an 18-year-old woman who’d allegedly purchased an assault rifle and told a co-worker she intended to gun down 400 people at her former school.

Pizza parlor employee Alexis Wilson, 18, of Tulsa, showed a colleague video of her firing an AR-15 in a rifle range and told that...

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Pat Shurmur leaves open possibility Daniel Jones (not Eli Manning) starts Week 3

Pat Shurmur on Monday left open the possibility that Eli Manning might not be the starting QB on Sunday at Tampa Bay.

Rookie Daniel Jones could be in line for his first start.

“We’re gonna talk about everything moving forward. I think that’s fair at this point,” Shurmur said of his QB decision....

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Entertainment

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Celebrities wearing Demna Gvasalia’s Vetements

On Monday, the creative director announced he's leaving the brand.
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William, Kate praised for birthday post after Meghan, Harry criticized over messages

Prince William and Kate Middleton have been praised for their "classy" Instagram post to Prince Harry after the Sussexes were criticized for their birthday messages to other members of the royal family.
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Jenny Slate lands Netflix special

The comedy special launches globally on Netflix on October 22, 2019.
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Wendy Williams shades Kevin Hunter with updated executive producer credit

"Just Wendy."
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Joe Keery shocks ‘Stranger Things’ fans with edgy new haircut

Steve Harrington looks totally different.
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Business

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G.M. Strike: 50,000 Union Workers Walk Out Over Wages and Idled Plants

U.A.W. regional leaders in Detroit voted unanimously on Sunday morning to authorize the strike, the union’s first such walkout since 2007.
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Oil Prices Spike After Attack on Saudi Facilities but Lasting Disruption Seen Unlikely

Experts say a severe shock to energy markets and the world economy is unlikely. They expect oil and gas prices to rise modestly, if the damage is quickly repaired.
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Trump Urges ‘Big’ Rate Cut as Fed Faces Challenges

From short-term political and trade war concerns to a long-term lack of “firefighting capability” if the economy dives, things are not poised to get easier for Chair Jerome H. Powell.
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Real-Time Surveillance Will Test the British Tolerance for Cameras

Facial recognition technology is drawing scrutiny in a country more accustomed to surveillance than any other Western democracy.
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Boeing Board to Call for Safety Changes After 737 Max Crashes

A committee of the Boeing board reviewed how the company designs and builds planes. It identified areas for improvement and major issues facing the company.
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Science-Technology

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CBD vapes spiked with dangerous drugs for sale across US

An Associated Press investigation shows how some vapes on store shelves that promise the cannabis extract CBD are instead spiked with dangerous and illegal synthetic marijuana
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Big global climate protests on Friday get union support

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to join worldwide demonstrations this week ahead of a U.N. climate summit in New York, as unions and some businesses lend their support for faster action to fight climate change
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German industrial designer Luigi Colani dies at 91

Luigi Colani, a renowned German industrial designer, has died
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Vapes spiked with illegal drugs show dark side of CBD craze

An Associated Press investigation finds a dark side to the booming CBD industry, as some people cash in by substituting dangerous synthetic marijuana for the natural cannabis extract in vapes and edible products such as gummy bears.
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How the Associated Press collected information on CBD vapes

Lab testing by The Associated Press and by law enforcement authorities shows a dark side to the boom in sales of the cannabis extract CBD. Some people are substituting a cheap and dangerous street drug for the real thing.
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Politics

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Taking aim at Trump administration and lobbyists, Warren announces ‘sweeping set of anti-corruption reforms’

Saying that it’s “time to close and padlock the revolving door between government and industry,” Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Monday unveiled a wide-ranging and detailed plan to crack down on corruption in government.
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Trump says Kavanaugh being 'assaulted,' judicial record under attack with disputed allegation

President Trump called out The New York Times on Monday after the newspaper made a major revision to an article about new sexual misconduct allegations against Justice Brett Kavanaugh, saying his Supreme Court pick is the one being "assaulted" by these late-breaking accounts. 
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DOJ uses Democrats’ impeachment confusion against them in court

The Justice Department, in new court filings, sought to block congressional Democrats' bid for secret grand jury material from the Robert Mueller investigation by citing the confusion inside the caucus over whether or not they're pursuing an "impeachment investigation." 
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North Korea’s Kim invites Trump to Pyongyang in letter: report

The White House reportedly received a letter from North Korea’s Kim Jong Un inviting President Trump to visit Pyongyang, which could be the first overture before the potential fourth official visit.
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Sanders shakes up campaign leadership in New Hampshire

Facing discontent and unheeded warnings from longtime supporters that he could lose the New Hampshire primary, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont on Sunday replaced the director of his presidential campaign operations in the Granite State.
Published: Today

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