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Mike Bahía segundo eliminado Irina Baeva y Rosie Rivera quedan sentenciadas Mira Quién Baila llegó a su tercera gala con una emisión espectacular y llena de adrenalina, en la que los jueces exigieron un mayor nivel de ejecución en las coreografías que realizaron las parejas participantes. Las nueve estrellas que aún continuaban en la competencia, […]
Manzanillo no sólo es conocido como un lugar de descanso, sino también porque fue el primer astillero de América Latina (data de 1531) y en la actualidad es el puerto comercial más importante de México. Localizado en la costa del Pacífico mexicano, en un punto desde donde se mira las bahías gemelas de Manzanillo y […]
Su aparato digestivo convierte los carbohidratos que consume en glucosa – un tipo de azúcar – que se absorbe en la sangre. La insulina es una hormona que ayuda a las células del cuerpo a absorber la glucosa de la sangre y usarla o almacenarla para convertirla en energía. Cuando usted tiene diabetes, o bien […]
El joven compositor, productor y músico solista líder del alternativo en México, Siddhartha, presenta su primer material CD+DVD: Al Aire. Una producción en vivo que registra al artista en su mejor punto, tras más de diez años de carrera, cuatro álbumes solistas y distintas colaboraciones con grandes bandas. Este material estará disponible a partir de […]
Juanes extiende una invitación especial al Hollywood Bowl para continuar apoyando a importantes nuevos artistas Latinos, recibe certificación Platino, y alcanza un hito en reproducciones digitales con su innovador sencillo veraniego “Pa Dentro” · Juanes Invita A La Prometedora Estrella De La Música Latina, Rosalía, Para Unirse Al Concierto Del 5 de Septiembre En El […]
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The moves were among several steps taken by technology companies ahead of the coming congressional mid-term election, which U.S. officials and independent experts have said are a major target for Russian disinformation.
Should restaurants establish water, unflavored milk and nondairy milk the default beverages of children’s meals?
Organizers of the Orange County Needle Exchange Program will hold a public meeting Thursday, Aug. 23, in Anaheim to share information and respond to residents’ concerns about their proposal to operate a mobile service starting in September. They’ll likely face tough questions, considering Orange County is suing to block the program and Anaheim, Costa Mesa […]
Fights have broken out at other NFL training camps, but the Chargers aren't expecting anything similar when they host the Saints this week at Jack Hammett Sports Complex.
Trump declared that the conviction of Manafort “a disgrace" and "doesn't involve me" while largely ignoring Cohen's guilty plea.
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Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen has pleaded guilty to charges including campaign finance fraud stemming from hush payments to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal.
Police searched for a petty theft suspect in Glendale after he rammed a patrol vehicle and escaped arrest, authorities said.
A grand jury has indicted Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Temecula, and his wife on charges they used at least $250,000 in campaign funds for lavish personal expenses.
At least 15 cars derailed off tracks in the Devore area on Tuesday, which prompted evacuations of surrounding buildings as a precaution.
The World Forum on Mexican Gastronomy is traveled outside of Mexico City for the first time and landed in Long Beach.
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A jury convicted the Mayor of Maywood Tuesday of animal cruelty for failing to care for his gravely ill pit bull mix. Ramon Medina, also known as Ramon Medina Mojarro, was found guilty of one count of animal cruelty and one count of failure to care for an animal, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced in a written statement. He faces a maximum sentence of a year in jail when he returns to court for sentencing on Sept. 7. […]
A magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck Tuesday near Yaguaraparo, off the northeastern coast of Venezuela, according to the US Geological Survey. Stefano Pozzebon, a journalist in Caracas, told CNN he felt shaking for at least one minute, and a seven-floor building he was in was evacuated. No damage and no tsunami warning were immediately reported. Venezuelan Interior Minister Néstor Luis Reverol asked for people to remain calm on his official Twitter account. Irald Cabrera, a translator for a tour company in […]
A 3-year-old boy and his 1-year-old brother were on their own — possibly for days — after surviving a single-vehicle crash that killed their mother in south Arkansas. The older of the two boys was found Monday morning after authorities received a 911 call about a boy who was seen walking by himself in a rural area on a state highway near Camden, Arkansas, Ouachita County Detective Nathan Greeley told CNN. The boy was covered in cuts and scrapes and […]
Rep. Duncan Hunter and his wife, Margaret, were indicted Tuesday on charges related to the misuse of $250,000 worth of campaign funds for personal expenses and the filing of false campaign finance records. The charges of wire fraud, falsifying records, campaign finance violations and conspiracy were the culmination of a Department of Justice investigation that has stretched for more than a year, during which the Republican congressman from California has maintained his innocence. The Justice Department said the Hunters are […]
President Donald Trump on Tuesday praised Paul Manafort as a “good man” and attacked special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation as “witch hunt” and a “disgrace.” Manafort, Trump’s former campaign chairman, was convicted on eight counts of financial crimes Tuesday afternoon. “Paul Manafort is a good man,” Trump said. “He was with Ronald Reagan. He was with a lot of different people over the years. I feel very sad about that. It doesn’t involve me but I still feel …” Trump […]
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The ranking Democrats on the House and Senate Intelligence Committees say the conviction of Paul Manafort and the guilty plea by Michael Cohen make it clear that President Donald Trump is wrong when he says special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe is a "witch hunt."Virginia Sen. Mark Warner said Tuesday that any attempt by Trump to pardon Manafort, Trump's former campaign chairman, or interfere in the Russia investigation would be a "gross abuse of power and require immediate action by Congress."Rep. Adam Schiff of California says Manafort's conviction on eight financial crime charges and former Trump lawyer Cohen's guilty plea to campaign-finance violations and other charges proves the Trump campaign embraced individuals with a history of dishonest business dealings as well as concerning ties to overseas interests.Schiff tweeted: "Mueller’s investigation is far from a witch hunt, as Trump falsely repeats as a mantra." U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D., Mass., made sure to tie Manafort to President Donald Trump when she tweeted shortly after the verdict was announced."it's shocking that @realDonaldTrump's campaign mgr has been convicted of criminal tax fraud," she tweeted. Photo Credit: Getty Images This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
A man was caught on camera after he allegedly tunneled into a La Verne store, popping out from a hole in the wall while wearing a white mask and crawling around on his knees, in a bizarre attempt that was all caught on camera Monday.In over 40 years of business, the owners of the Inland Dairy Store at the corner of White Avenue and First Street say the store has never been broken into - let alone in such a strange way. Photos: 19 of the Most Valuable Cars at Sotheby's Monterey Auction The owner, who didn't wish to be identified, said he couldn't believe what he saw when he reviewed the video with police.Surveillance video shows the man suddenly pop out from a tiny space in between two refrigerators, knocking a soda display to the ground. The sodas explode on impact. Photos: Firefighters Defend Homes From the Holy Fire The man, identified by La Verne police as Rudy Mindiola of Pomona, crawls around on his knees for several minutes trying to open doors.The only time he gets up on his feet is when the alarm is triggered and he bolts back to the tiny hole police say he made to crawl inside. Heat Tips: Public Pools, Staying Cool La Verne police officers responded minutes later at 4 a.m. Police found a hole in the wall of the store when conducting a perimeter search.They said they ultimately found Mindiola hiding in some brush along the nearby train tracks.Mindiola faces commercial burglary charges after police said they found specific tools when they arrested him.Photo Credit: La Verne Police Department This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
A train derailed in San Bernardino Tuesday, knocking 13 tanker cars off the track and forcing evacuations as hazmat crews made their way to the area.The FedEx Freight center, located at 7250 Cajon Blvd., was evacuated after the train cars derailed before 9:30 a.m., San Bernardino police said. Photos: 19 of the Most Valuable Cars at Sotheby's Monterey Auction While three of the tankers were leaking, there was no safety threat, according to police.Police said they were evacuating the FedEx center as a precaution. There have been no reported injuries, authorities said. Photos: Firefighters Defend Homes From the Holy Fire Cajon Boulevard was closed north and south of the derailment. The tankers, filled with gas and alcohol, were heading south when the train cars derailed. No other details were immediately available. Heat Tips: Public Pools, Staying Cool There were no threats to any schools, authorities also said.Photo Credit: KNBC-TV
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A woman from Saugus plans to appeal Wednesday to the California Supreme Court after she suffered catastrophic injuries in a snowboarding accident and had her lawsuit against a ski resort dismissed because she signed a liability waiver.Kathleen Willhide-Michiulis told NBC4 she has struggled to recover from the trauma of the incident in 2011, when she was run-over by a snow tractor while visiting Mammoth Mountain. 2018 Top SoCal Photos in the News The resort denied it was responsible for the injuries and successfully argued in court that a collision with a snow tractor was part of the risk of snowboarding, something that was listed on a liability waiver signed with the purchase of a lift pass."Here I'm thinking I'm going up for a good day with my family and friends - and I don't come home for a year," Willhide-Michiulis said. Click Here or Email Your Photos to email@example.com It was late one afternoon when she said a tractor suddenly turned in front of her. She said she was pulled under the tractor and the spinning blades from a towed snow tiller tore off her left leg."My right leg was broken in 17 places and my face was, multiple lacerations and multiple fractures," she said. Free or Cheap Things to Do in Los Angeles Her attorney, Jae Y. Lee, said he thought the liability waiver should not apply because he believed the resort showed gross negligence in operating the snow tractor on a ski slope that was still open to visitors."Not only do I feel that they violated their own safety policy, but it's unconscionable to introduce an industrial shredding machine on to a slippery playground," Lee said.A judge in Mono County said the resort's alleged actions did not rise to the level of gross negligence, and therefore, Willhide-Michiulis could not proceed with the lawsuit.A state appeals court recently upheld the judge's decision, affirming the reasoning that a tractor was part of the inherent risk and that warning signs had been posted. Lee said that decision appears to conflict with other gross negligence rulings in California and said he'd like a jury to hear the evidence."I would like the California Supreme Court to hear this case and rule that a case such as this deserves a day in court," he said. Consumer advocates said if the appeals ruling is allowed to stand, or if the state Supreme Court hears the case and decides in favor of the resort, it would be come even more difficult for someone who signed a waiver - and was then injured as a result of negligence - to try to sue."It raises the bar for consumers to bring suit against a company that harms them," said Carmen Balber with the group Consumer Watchdog in Santa Monica. "It makes it harder to recover your medical costs, it makes it harder to hold a company accountable, in this circumstance, by taking away the jury's right to make the decision about negligence. All the decisions were made before the consumer got to make their case."An attorney for Mammoth Mountain Resorts told NBC4 the company plans to challenge the appeal.The lawyer said the resort, "is not cavalier about peoples' injuries," and puts an "incredible effort," into making the property safe, but said the lower courts already made the correct rulings to dismiss the lawsuit.
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The charges of wire fraud, falsifying records, campaign finance violations and conspiracy were the culmination of a Department of Justice investigation that has stretched for more than a year.
Former longtime Trump attorney Michael Cohen pleaded guilty in federal court in Manhattan Tuesday to eight counts.
A man living in the U.S. illegally was charged with murder in the death of an Iowa college student who disappeared a month ago while jogging in a rural area.
Kobe Bryant won't be coming out of retirement to play in the BIG3 next year.
A plane carrying rapper Post Malone that blew two tires during takeoff at a small New Jersey airport made an emergency landing Tuesday at an airport in New York.