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President Trump’s bold but vague pledge to deport “millions” of undocumented immigrants starting next week came on the eve of his reelection kickoff rally Tuesday night in Florida — and it vastly overstates the number of likely deportees and the ability of federal agents to round them up.

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Facebook unveiled an ambitious plan to create a new “global currency” in the form of a cryptocurrency called Libra on Tuesday, in collaboration with a slew of top players from the realms of technology and finance, including Visa, Mastercard, Uber and Spotify.

With billions of global users and tens...

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A woman whose body was discovered over the weekend in a Costco parking lot in Bakersfield had been mauled by three dogs, according to police.

The woman was found dead in the parking lot of the Costco store at 3800 Rosedale Highway about 6 a.m. Sunday with traumatic injuries that investigators determined...

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Los Angeles Times by Genevieve Ko - 40m ago

There’s no one way to a boil an egg, and my cooking colleague Ben Mims and I each have our own preferred way. What we do agree on — because it’s true — is that older eggs are easier to peel. That doesn’t matter much for egg salad, but helps when you’re looking to preserve the egg’s shape for other...

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Los Angeles Times by Genevieve Ko - 40m ago

Jammy eggs — boiled eggs with yolks that are thick but not dry — often star in Instagrammed bowls of ramen, rainbow salads and atop rustic toasts.

They are the texturally ideal egg: The whites are just set and not yet rubbery; the yolks are not quite runny, but nowhere near crumbly. Although they’re...

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In Bravo’s eight-part true-crime anthology series “Dirty John,” Connie Britton plays Debra Newell, the four-time divorcée and wealthy Newport Beach business owner who meets and falls in love with a man who is not what he seems. After marrying John Meehan (played by Eric Bana), Newell discovers...

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In 2013 officials at UC Irvine were surprised to learn that the university had been bequeathed an art collection whose extent and scale was practically unimaginable: 3,200 paintings, sculptures and drawings focused primarily on the art of California.

The works had been amassed by Gerald E. Buck,...

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Actor-comedian Rhys Darby has wrapped up a deal in Studio City, selling his Cape Cod-style estate in the Colfax Meadows neighborhood for $2.165 million.

He paid $1.885 million for the place four years ago, records show.

The facade features tan shingles and panels. Past a covered front porch, the...

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An Orange County father and son who worked together to sell methamphetamine on a marketplace of the dark web are facing lengthy prison terms, federal officials said this week.

William “Billy” Glarner IV, 34, of Irvine pleaded guilty Monday to one count of distribution of methamphetamine. His father,...

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A key California lawmaker has amended contentious legislation to tighten vaccine exemptions amid a national measles outbreak, sharpening its focus on bad doctors while easing the list of medical conditions that doctors could cite in allowing schoolchildren to skip required immunizations.

The amendments...

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