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    Highlights Tuesday include the women’s gymnastics team finals, the softball gold medal game, likely gold for Katie Ledecky in the 1500.
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    While some states, including California and New York, have their own eviction bans, the expiration of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s moratorium has housing advocates worried
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    Leading scorers Evan Mobley and Tahj Eaddy were gone to the NBA Draft, and the best candidate to replace their production, Isaiah Mobley, was weighing his pro options, too. But earlier this month Mobley made the decision to withdraw from the draft and return to USC for his junior season.
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    We believe the future will be built on new technologies that enable modern, fast and inexpensive payments, and hope to bring that future to Amazon customers as soon as possible,” the company said
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    Around California, bureaucrats on a large scale have not yet begun to recognize that the solution to the state’s housing crisis has been at hand from the moment the coronavirus pandemic struck. All it should take is for some of them to venture outside their ivory tower homes and offices to read the vacancy signs on countless office buildings where billions of square feet once occupied by cubicles and conference tables now sit derelict as many lessees reduce their rent payments while awaiting the end of their leases.
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    Images of the crash site show multiple tractor-trailers and several damaged passenger vehicles littering the road.
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    The conflict mirrors a previous dustup over an ethnic studies curriculum as well as the current nationwide debate over whether “critical race theory” should be taught in school or banned.
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    Matthew Hoppe scores his first international goal on a header in the 83rd minute on Sunday night in Arlington, Texas, as the Americans eliminate the Reggae Boyz for the third consecutive Gold Cup.
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    Chris Taylor hit two solo home runs, and Will Smith hit another to break a 2-2 tie, as the Dodgers beat the Colorado Rockies 3-2 before an announced crowd of 42,621 at Dodger Stadium. Smith’s home run was his fourth in his last seven games.
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    LOS ANGELES >> At least the Dodgers gained some certainty about Mookie Betts’ status Sunday. Betts won’t play until at least August 1 after the Dodgers placed him on the 10-day injured list with right hip inflammation prior to their series finale against the Colorado Rockies.
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    NEWPORT BEACH >> Matthew Stafford reported Sunday for his first Rams training camp, ready to get started with a team boasting more talent and grander expectations than the quarterback ever enjoyed with the Lions.
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    If you owe the bank $100 million and you can’t pay, the bank is in trouble.” Seventy-four million Americans voted for Donald Trump’s re-election, including 6 million people in California. So it’s possible that Trump can cause more trouble for Facebook than Facebook can cause for Trump.
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    New coronavirus cases continue to grow in the major eastern Chinese city of Nanjing, with another 38 reported on Monday, bringing the total to more than 60 over recent days.
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    BERLIN — German politicians were deeply divided Sunday over a warning by Chancellor Angela Merkel’s chief of staff that restrictions for unvaccinated people may be necessary if
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    There are several bills circulating in the capitol, but the two that have drawn the most public wrath are Senate Bills 9 and 10. Taxpayer advocates and neighbor associations oppose both SB9 and SB10 because of the potential loss of local control and higher taxes.
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