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Los Angeles Police Detective Rick Jackson, now retired, looks over a map in 2013 that shows where Little had police contacts in the past. (Jae C. Hong/AP)
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Police across America are digging through old case files to identify his victims.
Juan Guaidó, recognized by the United States and more than 50 other countries as Venezuela’s rightful leader, is boycotting the vote organized by President Nicolás Maduro.
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How TV shows are integrating covid-19 into their storylines
Medical dramas and sitcoms are looking to the coronavirus pandemic for material for their 2020 plots. Here is how covid-19 is shaping TV.
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Their efforts to rally voters are critical after pro-Trump attorneys urged Georgians not to cast ballots unless state leaders fight to overturn November presidential election results that clinched the state for Joe Biden.
Anthony Davis, LeBron James and Quinn Cook kneel during the national anthem on Sept. 22. James led the players' push to advocate for voter rights this fall. (Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
Many of them saw how their competitiveness can translate beyond the field or court.
At the Armenia Hotel in Nagorno-Karabakh, a group of fathers wait for any scrap of news or rumor.
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Losing ControlHow Criminal Groups are Transforming Mexico
For the first time, Mexico has committed to a serious effort to find its missing people. But a new wave of disappearances is more baffling, more complex than what happened during Latin America’s dirty wars of the 1970s and 1980s. It coincides with the drug war and the country’s troubled transition to democracy.
Abby seems thrilled to be back, June Rountree says. (Courtesy of June Rountree)
Prosecutors say the altered document by Kevin Clinesmith in the Carter Page surveillance warrant “fueled public distrust of the FBI.”
Some of the harshest words about Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt’s “day of prayer and fasting” for those affected by the pandemic have come from faith leaders in Oklahoma.
Artificial-intelligence ethics researcher Timnit Gebru. (Getty Images for TechCrunch)
Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D-Va.) pressed the treasury secretary at a congressional oversight hearing about a $25 million low-interest loan that went to Wellshire Financial Services, part of title loan empire owned by Atlanta businessman Rod Aycox.
Waller could be President Trump’s last addition to the central bank. On Thursday, Senate Majority Whip John Thune (R-S.D.) said another vote on Shelton’s nomination was “unlikely” at this point.
The Justice Department sued Facebook over allegations that it discriminated against Americans in the way it hired temporary foreign workers for thousands of well-paid positions.
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The Players Alliance tour began Tuesday outside Yankee Stadium. (New York Yankees)
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The Players Alliance is touring the country to make sure momentum from this summer's discussions about race in America doesn't end.
Analysis
Smith has already defied every expectation by coming back from a gruesome leg injury in 2018. Now that he is Washington's starting quarterback again, a key question is how well he handles what he calls “the unchoreographed things.”
The oft-suspended wide receiver, set to return to the Seattle Seahawks after another year out of action, has not been a dominant force in the league since 2013 but has a rare skill set and is still just 29 years old.
As a player, Westbrook isn't molded so differently from John Wall, the player he will replace in the Washington backcourt this season.
Le Batard, one of ESPN’s most prominent personalities, will be bought out of the remaining time of his contract. The decision was described as mutual in the announcement.
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The work is the first to emerge from Ava DuVernay’s Law Enforcement Accountability Project, which launched in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
Emmy winner Ahmed evaluates projects such as “Sound of Metal” using two metrics: “Does it stretch me, and does it stretch culture?”
“It takes a huge toll to live the trauma of being a Black person in a white-supremacist country and then write it as well,” Oluo said.
Book Review
Discovered in his attic, the letters in “Love, Kurt” feel both very private and very important.
The project’s aftermath made overt what happened behind the scenes as the video game industry grew from small teams to major productions.