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Archive for August 21st, 2017
California lawmakers are considering a bill that would force greater transparency in drug pricing. The drug industry says the measure wouldn't help consumers.
Though his speech was billed as an announcement of his updated Afghanistan policy, Trump offered few specifics about what it would entail.
The lawsuit was brought by Eva Echeverria, who alleged Johnson & Johnson failed to adequately warn consumers about the potential cancer risks of talcum powder.
Catalan police confirmed that the man they shot in the town of Subirats was Younes Abouyaaqoub, the alleged driver of a van that rammed people in Barcelona.
Well, eclipse day came and went. Some folks flocked to places like the Griffith Observatory, while others caught a glimpse during their normal routine.
As of this July, about 915,000 unauthorized immigrants had obtained California driver's licenses after they became available to them in January 2015. Application numbers have gradually been dropping off.
"We're not going to take a risk," one Los Angeles school's principal said — of a child wearing faulty glasses, or of a child refusing to wear them.
There were no blog entries published on this date.
French filmmaker, Gregory Monro, examined the comedian's career as a director, which Lewis believed he never received proper credit for.
A new exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art traces the painter's work from his civil rights activist days to a style that was deeply personal.
As the Trump administration begins its first week without its chief strategist Steve Bannon, we ask what effect his removal has on White House policy and Breitbart News.
Comedy legend Jerry Lewis, 91, died in his Las Vegas home on Sunday from natural causes, according to his publicist.
Nearly a century has passed since North America witnessed a total solar eclipse.
In this latest installment, Take Two contributor David Kipen looks at the book, "Additional Dialogue, Letters of Dalton Trumbo," featuring letters from the blacklisted Oscar-winning screenwriter.
We spoke with two scientists about why the eclipse is such a big deal, and what they're looking for during the event.
They've always invoked an array of emotions...so we took a look back on the history of solar eclipses and how the public has received them in the past.
Women make up just 4 percent of CA's prison population - but account for 11 percent of inmate suicides.
On Sunday, Laguna Beach had protesters on both sides of the political spectrum, a police presence... and no violence.