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Sir Roger Moore, aka James Bond, has died

WASHINGTON – Sir Roger Moore, best known for playing secret service agent James Bond in the movie franchise, died Tuesday, his family said in Twitter post. He was 89. “With the heaviest of hearts, we must share the awful news that […]

Sir Roger Moore, aka James Bond, has died

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WASHINGTON – Sir Roger Moore, best known for playing secret service agent James Bond in the movie franchise, died Tuesday, his family said in Twitter post. He was 89. “With the heaviest of hearts, we must share the awful news that […]

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Rams announce Super Bowl LVI plans for 2022

The Los Angeles Rams Chief Operating Officer Kevin Demoff sent out a statement about the plans for the the Super Bowl to be played at what will be the

Oscars can make it right

Months after the fact, it still bothers me that the first time an all-black cast is awarded the Oscar for Best Picture, the occasion turned into a fiasco after

Commencement? Give me a coach instead

Like many of you, I have seen the footage of Notre Dame students and parents getting up and walking out on Vice President Mike Pence as he began what

Ducks face elimination in Game 6 tonight

Tonight the Anaheim Ducks take on their biggest challenge of the 2017 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs — they face the Nashville Predators in Game 6 off the Western Conference Final.

Upside of the Downside

  Up selling the upside has us upside

Buzz, Pop, Color, Los Angeles

Opening reception: Saturday June 3rd from 5-8pm Dates: June 3rd – 24th Brainworks Gallery 5364 W. Pico Bl. Los Angeles, Ca 90019 BrainworksGallery.com Featured artists: Rochelle Botello, Adah Glenn, Christopher Kuhn, Katya Marshall, Megan St Clair and Stacy Wendt. Curated

Anthony Weiner cried as he admitted his guilt

WASHINGTON – Anthony Weiner pleaded guilty in federal court Friday morning in New York to a single charge of transferring obscene material to a minor for sexting a 15-year-old girl. Prosecutors

Pay inequality a common occurrence in America

Former New York Times editor Jill Ambrasom and Kansas teenager Jensen Walcott share a common experience: both were fired after questioning why they were paid less than their male

Ronald Bert Smith: Is Alabama torturing its prisoners?

Is Alabama hiding evidence it tortured two of its citizens? Before Ronald Bert Smith’s corpse grew cold – following his patently botched execution by lethal injection on December 8, 2016 – authorities

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