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It’s one wild ride with ‘Fast and the Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw’

3 out of 4 stars Meet Brixton Lorr, who’s the evolution of man, a bionically upgraded human with bulletproof hands and a punch so powerful he would make any Avenger envious. He’s known as “Black Superman,” since while he looks […]

It’s one wild ride with ‘Fast and the Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw’

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3 out of 4 stars Meet Brixton Lorr, who’s the evolution of man, a bionically upgraded human with bulletproof hands and a punch so powerful he would make any Avenger envious. He’s known as “Black Superman,” since while he looks […]

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Meet a real movie star

We all have some thoughts on what is and who are movie or television stars, but do we really know who and what they are? Probably not and a

August letters: Moon colonies, stealing first base and presidential seals

Dear Jim, 50 years ago man walked on the moon. Now there seems to be another race to place a manned colony on it. What are your thoughts on space

Chargers training camp got a lift with a joint practice with the Rams

At the end of their first week of training camp, the Los Angeles Chargers held a joint work out with the other L.A. Team, the Rams. Last season both

Mueller tells committee the president can be charged once out of office

WASHINGTON – Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III told Congress that his testimony will not deviate from the contents of his 448-page report on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S.

Ambition and love fly with “100 Planes”

100 Planesis an original work from the talented playwright Lila Rose Kaplan. It is an exposition of what it takes for a woman to balance ambition and love, especially

The ignorant will die

American ignorance is astounding. Enough has been written about our president and his remarks about four elected women of color resulting in “Send Her Back” chants. White ignorance in

Joe Lombardo’s after-action report shows incompetence and negligence led to Las Vegas Massacre

LAS VEGAS — Hey Joe, I’m back again. Yes, it’s me, Doug Poppa, your favorite investigative journalist from your favorite online news publication, the Baltimore/Los Angeles Post-Examiner. Hold on

Joaquin Guzman, “El Chapo,” begged for mercy at sentencing

Federal officials take custody of Joaquin El Chapo Guzman on Jan. 19, 2017, at Long Island MacArthur Airport in New York after he was extradited from Mexico. (ICE Photo) WASHINGTON —

Saigon was the name of a city and this is one story from those days

In 1968 the Viet Cong with the North Vietnamese launched numerous attacks on several locations all across South Vietnam. It was the Tet Offensive, the beginning of the end of

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