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Boys' basketball: City playoff schedule


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Boys' soccer: Southern Section playoff schedule


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Girls' water polo: City championship schedule


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Girls water polo: Southern Section semifinal schedule


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International markets start the week mixed as investors catch breath after big rally

European stocks drifted lower Monday as investors paused for breath after a sizable rally last week. Despite the move lower, there are few signs of the turmoil that gripped stock markets earlier this..
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What we learned last week in the NHL: Racist taunts unite league

What we learned from the last week of play in the NHL: The response to the Devante Smith-Pelly incident was uniting The NHL and the Chicago Blackhawks promptly condemned an incident Saturday in..
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The Actors' Gang's story of America: The tired, the poor, the huddled masses who bind us all

“The New Colossus,” a performance work created by the Actors’ Gang in collaboration with company artistic director Tim Robbins, is inspired by the stories of ensemble members’ ancestors who..
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Kurdish Syria, Where the Fallen Find Fame

Syria’s Kurds venerate their war dead with enthusiasm and no expense spared, building battlefield morale. The living even take the names of the fallen.
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Dodgers officially get back to work, 110 days after losing the final game of the World Series

A gentle chorus surrounded Dodgers manager Dave Roberts as he walked through two rows of fans at Camelback Ranch. Gone were the questions about Game 7 and the cries of “One more win!” which he..
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Laughing? Not so much. Most Russians just wish the election-tampering story would go away

Russians aren’t laughing their anythings off. The day after President Trump tweeted about Russians “laughing their asses off” in response to American investigations of tampering in the 2016..
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New report still can't explain illnesses of U.S. diplomats based in Cuba

The mystery surrounding strange symptoms of illness experienced by at least two dozen U.S. diplomats stationed in Havana has still not been resolved. More than a year after the symptoms were first..
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Uber class-action lawsuit over how drivers were paid gets green light from judge

A class-action lawsuit alleging that Uber stiffed its drivers of fare money has received class certification, paving the way for the lawsuit to include thousands of drivers nationwide who did not sign..
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Austin Dillon celebrates his Daytona 500 victory by getting 'champ' tattooed on his rear end

Austin Dillon isn’t likely to forget winning his first Daytona 500. But just in case, the 27-year-old driver now has a permanent reminder that will always be with him. In the..
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Olympics Buzz: Slumping toward the Pyeonchang Games finish line

This is your daily infusion of information and news that you might have missed. The really big stuff you’ll find in other stories. The Winter Games are creeping toward a conclusion on Sunday with..
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Mark Bradford on making art in post-shock phase of the Trump era and how comics channel this moment

After a major solo presentation at the U.S. pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale, artist Mark Bradford is back in Los Angeles with a show of new works.
L.A. Times

Kings, Blackhawks agree that racial taunts have no place in hockey or anywhere else

An incident involving Washington Capitals forward Devante Smith-Pelly was addressed Monday before the Kings and Chicago Blackhawks played at United Center. Smith-Pelly was subjected to racial taunts..
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Channeling Jules Verne, A Measure Of Elon Musk's Ambitions

Worldcrunch.com / LE FIGARO -Analysis- *PARIS* — He is “a man of about forty-two years of age, of large build, but slightly round-shouldered. His massive head momentarily shook a shock of..
Worldcrunch

How massive is 'Black Panther' at the box office? A record-shattering $235 million

The King of Wakanda reigned supreme this holiday weekend as Disney’s "Black Panther" proved to be a pop cultural phenomenon, shattering box office records with an estimated $235 million in U.S. and..
L.A. Times

Germany's Merkel sets the stage for her eventual exit by picking a successor

Two decades after promising to quit politics before turning into a “half-dead wreck,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel began paving the way for her exit from office by picking the popular governor..
L.A. Times

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