Oct. 17, 2019
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Douglas Hodge, the former chief executive of investment giant PIMCO, is expected to plead guilty to an indictment charging him with conspiracy to commit fraud and money laundering, federal prosecutors in Boston said Thursday.
For years, Ed Buck was said to intimidate and harass his political foes in West Hollywood, but that didn’t stop politicians from taking his money.
Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said President Trump withheld aid in part to get Ukraine to conduct investigations into Democrats. “Get over it,” he said.
After more than 100 questions leaked online, the California pharmacy board will require 1,400 people to retake the test.
After the full implementation of the cease-fire, the U.S. would withdraw sanctions it has imposed on Turkey, Vice President Mike Pence said.
Maryland Rep. Elijah E. Cummings died Thursday at Johns Hopkins Hospital from complications related to longstanding health challenges, his congressional office said.
Wells Fargo must offer 66 jobs to female and African American applicants it rejected, now that the U.S. Labor Department found the bank discriminated against them.
Mayor Wayne Messam — whose Florida city has more people than Pete Buttigieg’s — got national attention for his presidential bid, at first. But the FEC said his campaign raised $5 in the third quarter.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says the financial fallout stemming from the league’s fractured business relationship with China has been significant.
South Korean gamers have died after playing for days with little food or sleep, leaving the country to ask whether video game addiction is a mental health disorder.
Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo plan a third Jon & Vinny’s in the former Yee’s Chinese Food restaurant at Buckler and West Slauson. They’re aware of gentrification concerns.
L.A. Noir
Megyn Kelly didn’t miss a beat as she bashed NBC News’ handling of Matt Lauer in her first interview since parting ways with the peacock network.
“Escape at Dannemora” star Paul Dano has been cast as Edward Nashton, a.k.a. the Riddler, in Warner Bros.’ “The Batman” starring Robert Pattinson.
Steely Dan cofounder Becker, who died in 2017, left behind hundreds of valuable guitars, amps and gadgets. Julien’s Auctions is selling all of it this weekend.
New Angels manager Joe Maddon’s arrival was met with applause from many in the organization who got to know him during his tenure with the team from 1975 to 2005.
Sixty-three players have departed since Chip Kelly’s arrival at UCLA, complicating his rebuilding efforts and putting the Bruins at risk of possible academic penalties.
The only smart thing the man accused of sucker punching Cleveland Browns DE Myles Garrett did Wednesday was flee the scene before Stipe Miocic showed up.
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