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CNN Says White House Is Preparing To Ban Acosta Again

CNN said Monday it asked for a new emergency hearing to allow its reporter Jim Acosta to remain at the White House, saying officials are threatening to again revoke his press pass.

Residents Return to Woolsey Fire Area, Face New Concern

More Malibu residents forced to flee the Woolsey Fire are back home Monday, in time to face a rain forecast for Wednesday that raises fears of possible mudslides as the estimated date for full containment of the fire was moved back to Thursday.

L.A. Loses Out In Amazon HQ2 Sweepstakes

Amazon made it official Tuesday following several days of media speculation, with company officials announcing that they have chosen to build additional headquarters at two locations on the East Coast.

Putin Says Had Good Conversation With Trump In Paris

Russian President Vladimir Putin said he had a brief but good conversation with US leader Donald Trump at World War I centenary events in Paris, Russian media reported.

Mac Miller Death Ruled An Accident; Cause Of Death “Mixed Drug Toxicity”

Mac Miller, who died nearly two months ago at his Studio City home, "died from mixed drug toxicity," the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner announced Monday.

Investigation Continues Into Crash Of Vintage Plane On 101 Freeway

Investigators with the Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board Wednesday were looking into the circumstances that led to the fiery crash of a vintage aircraft in the center divider of the Ventura (101) Freeway in Agoura Hills.

US Troops Limited To Batons On Mexico Border

US troops stationed on the border with Mexico ahead of the expected arrival of a Central American migrant caravans can intervene to quell violence but will be armed only with batons, Defense Minister Jim Mattis said on Wednesday.

Three People, Two Dogs Rescued By LAFD Pilots As Woolsey Fire Approached

Two Los Angeles Fire Department pilots carried out a dramatic rescue of three people and two dogs on Castro Peak in the hills above Malibu in the midst of the Woolsey Fire, it was announced Tuesday.

Record Holiday Travel Expected Starting Wednesday

The Automobile Club of Southern California says it's expecting this year's Thanksgiving holiday to be the busiest in Southern California since 2005, with 4.2 million residents expected to get away for the long weekend.

CNN Says White House Is Preparing To Ban Acosta Again

CNN said Monday it asked for a new emergency hearing to allow its reporter Jim Acosta to remain at the White House, saying officials are threatening to again revoke his press pass.

Residents Return to Woolsey Fire Area, Face New Concern

More Malibu residents forced to flee the Woolsey Fire are back home Monday, in time to face a rain forecast for Wednesday that raises fears of possible mudslides as the estimated date for full containment of the fire was moved back to Thursday.

Judge Delays Ruling On CNN Suit To Reinstate White House Reporter

A US federal judge delayed until Friday a ruling on a lawsuit to force the White House to reinstate a CNN reporter banned after a heated exchange with President Donald Trump during a news conference last week.

Couple, Homeless Man Charged In GoFundMe Scam

Last year, the seemingly heartwarming tale of a homeless good Samaritan who helped a woman driver in need sparked a crowdfunding campaign that raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for him.

L.A. Loses Out In Amazon HQ2 Sweepstakes

Amazon made it official Tuesday following several days of media speculation, with company officials announcing that they have chosen to build additional headquarters at two locations on the East Coast.

Putin Says Had Good Conversation With Trump In Paris

Russian President Vladimir Putin said he had a brief but good conversation with US leader Donald Trump at World War I centenary events in Paris, Russian media reported.

Paramount Ranch Among Buildings Destroyed in Woolsey Fire

The Woolsey Fire has now burned more than 83,275 acres, over 130 square miles of terrain stretching from Thousand Oaks, through Agoura, Bell Canyon, Calabasas, Kanan Dune, Point Dume and south to Pepperdine University (which has not burned). A break in the winds has enabled firefighters to achieve 10 percent containment by Sunday morning.
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