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Julian Gold, SoCal Mayors Head To Washington D.C. for U.S. Conference of Mayors

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is scheduled to be in Washington, D.C., Wednesday for the three-day U.S. Conference of Mayors' 87th Winter Meeting at the Capital Hilton Hotel.

LAUSD, Teachers Reach Tentative Deal; School Could Resume Wednesday

Union leaders and administrators with the Los Angeles Unified School District announced a tentative deal Tuesday that could send teachers back to the classroom Wednesday, ending the first Los Angeles teachers strike in 30 years.

Take a Look at This Week’s Featured Adoptable Pets:

This week's featured pets include little James, a kitty that has been at the shelter nearly all his 3 months-life. Others have arrived in the last week. Some pets spend a year or more awaiting that one chance to be adopted or fostered, and to come home with someone to love. 

Grammy Nominee Blasts Designers For Dubbing Her ‘Too Big’ to Dress

An American pop star up for Best New Artist at next month's Grammys says she's struggling to find a dress for the ceremony, with designers calling her "too big."

John Kerry Tells Trump, “Resign”

Former US secretary of state John Kerry said Tuesday he was not ruling out another tilt at the White House in 2020 but that in the here and now, Donald Trump should quit.

Senator Kamala Harris Announces Presidential Run

Senator Kamala Harris announced Monday that she is seeking to become the first African American woman to hold the office of US president, joining an already-crowded field of Democrats lining up to take on Donald Trump.

Michael Cohen Delays Testimony Over President’s ‘Threats’

Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen alleged Wednesday that he had been "threatened" by the president and postponed planned testimony in Congress.

Last Chance to Register for the BHEF Run/Walk 5K-10K & Fitness Blast

One last chance to register for the Beverly Hills Education Foundation Run/Walk 5K-10K & Fitness Blast will be this Saturday. 

Proctor & Gamble Says Its Confident of Payoff From Gillette’s ‘Me Too’ Ad

Procter & Gamble said Wednesday its controversial Gillette ad targeting "toxic masculinity" was resonating with younger consumers and producing solid sales despite criticism from some conservatives and calls for a boycott.

Julian Gold, SoCal Mayors Head To Washington D.C. for U.S. Conference of Mayors

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is scheduled to be in Washington, D.C., Wednesday for the three-day U.S. Conference of Mayors' 87th Winter Meeting at the Capital Hilton Hotel.

LAUSD, Teachers Reach Tentative Deal; School Could Resume Wednesday

Union leaders and administrators with the Los Angeles Unified School District announced a tentative deal Tuesday that could send teachers back to the classroom Wednesday, ending the first Los Angeles teachers strike in 30 years.

US Stocks Winning Streak Ends Amid Angst Over Trade

Wall Street's four-session winning streak ended with a thud on Tuesday amid revived worries over US-China trade relations and a sense the January rally is fading.

Singer Chris Brown Freed After Questioning in Paris Rape Claim

American R&B star Chris Brown was released without charge on Tuesday after being held overnight for questioning over a rape allegation in Paris, the prosecutor's office said Tuesday. 

Take a Look at This Week’s Featured Adoptable Pets:

This week's featured pets include little James, a kitty that has been at the shelter nearly all his 3 months-life. Others have arrived in the last week. Some pets spend a year or more awaiting that one chance to be adopted or fostered, and to come home with someone to love. 

Grammy Nominee Blasts Designers For Dubbing Her ‘Too Big’ to Dress

An American pop star up for Best New Artist at next month's Grammys says she's struggling to find a dress for the ceremony, with designers calling her "too big."

Top Court Allows Trump Transgender Ban Among Troops

The US Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed President Donald Trump's ban on transgender military service to take effect pending the outcome of litigation on the sensitive issue.
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