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Detanna, Gluck Named To Barron’s Top Female Financial Advisors List

For the second straight year, Beverly Hills financial advisors Tracey Gluck and Lisa Detanna were named to Barron’s prestigious top 100 Women Financial Advisors in America list. Gluck, of J.P. Morgan Securities, and Lisa Detanna of Raymond James, both checked in last year on the list, which reflects the volume of assets overseen by the advisors and their teams, revenues generated for the firms, and the quality of the advisors’ practices.

Trump Organization Sells President’s Beverly Hills Home For $13.5 Million

The Trump Organization has sold the home at 809 N. Canon Drive for $13.5 million in an off-market sale, according to property records. The Real Deal reports that the buyer was Hillcrest Asia Limited, according to Los Angeles County records.

Actor Cuba Gooding Jr Charged Over Groping Claim

Prosecutors in New York charged Oscar-winning actor Cuba Gooding Jr with forcible touching on Thursday after he was accused of groping a woman in a Manhattan bar over the weekend. 

Skyview Capital Carves A Niche In Corporate Carve-Outs

Skyview Capital has emerged as a recognized global private equity firm, and has earned an international reputation for its specialization in corporate carve-outs. 

Dodgers Remember Former Star Bill Buckner, Who Dies at Age 69

The Los Angeles Dodgers remembered onetime Dodger and 1980 National League batting champion Bill Buckner Monday, as the baseball world reacted to news of Buckner's death at the age of 69.

Trump Walks Out On Democrats In Fury Over Russia Probe

President Donald Trump abruptly shut down a White House meeting with Democratic leaders Wednesday to vent his fury over ongoing probes into his links to Russia.

Homelessness In L.A. County Increased By 12% Over Past Year

Homelessness in Los Angeles County increased by 12% over the past year to reach an estimated 58,936 people, based on the results of a point-in-time count released Tuesday.

Hopes dim further on US Middle East plan

Already low hopes for a US peace plan in the Middle East dimmed further Monday as President Donald Trump acknowledged widespread doubts and his son-in-law Jared Kushner suggested Palestinians weren't ready to govern themselves.

County Offers $10,000 Reward For Missing Colorado Woman in Malibu

A $10,000 reward is in effect Wednesday for information regarding a missing Colorado woman who suffers from depression, flew to Los Angeles and abandoned her rental car on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu.

Dodgers Remember Former Star Bill Buckner, Who Dies at Age 69

The Los Angeles Dodgers remembered onetime Dodger and 1980 National League batting champion Bill Buckner Monday, as the baseball world reacted to news of Buckner's death at the age of 69.

Trump Walks Out On Democrats In Fury Over Russia Probe

President Donald Trump abruptly shut down a White House meeting with Democratic leaders Wednesday to vent his fury over ongoing probes into his links to Russia.

Lakers Introduce New Coach Amid Magic Johnson-Rob Pelinka Spat

Former Indiana Pacers and Orlando Heat coach Frank Vogel was introduced Monday as the Los Angeles Lakers' fifth permanent coach since the retirement of Phil Jackson in 2011.

Dodgers to Reactivate Domestic Battery Suspect Julio Urias

Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias is expected to be reactivated Tuesday, eight days after he was arrested on suspicion of domestic battery.

California Court To Hear Arguments On Trump Emergency Declaration

A US federal court is set on Friday to hear the first of many challenges to President Donald Trump's declaration of an emergency to pay for construction of a wall along the southern border with Mexico.

Actress Doris Day Dead at 97

Legendary actress Doris Day died Monday at her home in Carmel Valley in Monterey County, her animal foundation reported. She was 97.

Actress Felicity Huffman Pleads Guilty in College-Admissions Scandal

"Desperate Housewives" actress Felicity Huffman pleaded guilty in Boston Monday to a federal conspiracy charge for paying $15,000 to have a proctor correct her daughter's answers on a college-entrance exam.
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