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US Airport Security Finds ‘Souvenir’ Missile Launcher in Checked Bag

US transport security officers confiscated a missile launcher from a checked bag at a Washington-area airport on Monday, with a Texas man saying it was a souvenir from Kuwait.

Some LAPD Personnel, Officer Applicants Affected By Data Breach

An investigation is underway into a data breach involving the personal information of about 2,500 Los Angeles police officers and a much larger number of officer applicants, city officials confirmed Monday.

L.A. Animal Services Announces Program For Inmates to Train Adoption Dogs

A canine rescue organization and Los Angeles Animal Services Monday announced the launch of a program pairing adoptable dogs with inmates at the maximum security prison in Lancaster, who will provide six to eight weeks of training to prepare the animals for new homes.

Pfizer to Combine Off-Patent Drug Business with Mylan

Pfizer announced Monday it will merge its off-patent drug business with generic drugmaker Mylan to create a global leader in low-cost treatment, a business that faces significant political pressure in the US.

Trump Defends ‘War of Words’ With Black Leaders

US President Donald Trump brushed off accusations of racism Monday to step up his war of words with prominent black and minority left-leaning leaders, branding his latest target a "con man."

Teen Kills Two Children in Latest US Mass Shooting

A 19-year-old has been identified as the gunman in the latest mass shooting in the United States -- a rampage that left three dead, including two children, and 12 other people wounded.

US Airport Security Finds ‘Souvenir’ Missile Launcher in Checked Bag

US transport security officers confiscated a missile launcher from a checked bag at a Washington-area airport on Monday, with a Texas man saying it was a souvenir from Kuwait.

Some LAPD Personnel, Officer Applicants Affected By Data Breach

An investigation is underway into a data breach involving the personal information of about 2,500 Los Angeles police officers and a much larger number of officer applicants, city officials confirmed Monday.

Spanish Village Celebrates Saint’s Feast Day by Parades with Live People in Coffins

Six open coffins are paraded around a church and its cemetery as onlookers sing religious songs -- but their occupants are all perfectly alive.

‘Lion King’ Fends Off Tarantino to Top N. America Box Office

"The Lion King" maintained its reign over North American theaters, taking in $76.6 million over the three-day weekend, industry watcher Exhibitor Relations said Monday.

L.A. Animal Services Announces Program For Inmates to Train Adoption Dogs

A canine rescue organization and Los Angeles Animal Services Monday announced the launch of a program pairing adoptable dogs with inmates at the maximum security prison in Lancaster, who will provide six to eight weeks of training to prepare the animals for new homes.

Crest Real Estate’s Jason Somers To Face Beverly Hills Hearing Over Alleged Lobbying Violations

A public hearing that will take place at 9:30 a.m. Aug. 14 in Room 280B will seek a determination for Jason Somers, president of Crest Real Estate, whether he willfully failed to disclose information on a legislative lobbyist form for the City of Beverly Hills showing that he had previously been sanctioned by the City of Los Angeles Ethics Committee.

Bedford & Burns Restaurant Carries On Family Tradition With Modern Flair

At Bedford & Burns, the Burns family carries on their tradition of feeding people, with a varied menu ranging from comfort food to seafood, with farm-to-table ingredients and time-tested recipes.
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