‘Sestra-hood’ triumphs in the ‘Orphan Black’ finale

by admin | on Aug 14

Sisterhood has always been powerful in “Orphan Black,” BBC America’s small but mighty clone drama. Creators Graeme Manson and John

White House defends Trump’s response to deadly violence in Charlottesville as criticism intensifies

by admin | on Aug 14

Sometimes what President Trump doesn’t say causes his aides more headaches than things he does.The White House on Sunday defended

Demonstrators gather in downtown L.A. to protest Charlottesville violence

by admin | on Aug 13

Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in downtown Los Angeles on Sunday afternoon to protest the white-nationalist violence in Charlottesville, Va.Participants in

After dividing California Democrats in 2014, affirmative action resurfaces in the race for governor

by admin | on Aug 13

A debate about affirmative action has emerged in the campaign for governor, threatening to inject a potentially volatile racial element

Severing ties with utilities isn’t as easy as cutting the cable cord

by admin | on Aug 13

If disaster ever struck, Joe Fleischmann could keep the lights, refrigerator and big-screen TV running in his Orange County home,

The woes of this car-less worker can’t be fixed with junkers or leasing schemes

by admin | on Aug 13

Dear Liz: My spouse and I are in Chapter 13 repayment bankruptcy and have a few more years to go.

Upon further review, MLS embraces use of video replay

by admin | on Aug 13

Howard Webb is widely recognized as one of the top soccer referees of all-time. But even he remains haunted by

StubHub Center gets its NFL dress rehearsal Sunday when Chargers open exhibition play

by admin | on Aug 13

If the Chargers’ joint practice with the Rams last weekend was a “dry run” for the StubHub Center, then Sunday’s

After one person killed at white nationalist rally in Virginia, Trump blames ‘many sides’

by admin | on Aug 12

At least one person was killed after a car sped into a crowd of people who were protesting a white

Chanting ‘blood and soil!’ white nationalists with torches march on University of Virginia

by admin | on Aug 12

Chanting "blood and soil,” “white lives matter” and “you will not replace us,” scores of white nationalists holding torches marched

NFL notes: Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill is reportedly done for the season

by admin | on Aug 12

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill will have surgery to repair the torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee and

‘Psycho’ Rich Hill is again on display in Dodgers’ 4-3 loss to the Padres

by admin | on Aug 12

As her husband Rich stepped into the batter’s box, Caitlin Hill lifted her iPhone, centered the camera and pressed record.



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