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LeBron James, Malik Monk help Lakers close out Kings

LOS ANGELES — The Sacramento Kings aren’t a team to take down to the wire. But lately, neither are the Lakers. The Kings took them to three overtimes earlier this season, but the Lakers found a way to close them out in regulation on Tuesday night, 122-114, for their third win in a row, all at…
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Troy Terry’s 1st NHL hat trick propels Ducks past Flyers

ANAHEIM — Winger Troy Terry recorded his first NHL hat trick and the Ducks came away with their first win in five games, defeating the Philadelphia Flyers, 4-1, in front of 11,375 fans on Tuesday night at Honda Center. The victory moved the Ducks within two points of first-place Vegas, which lost to Nashville on…
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Newport Harbor girls water polo holds off No. 1 Laguna Beach for Surf League victory

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now LOS ALAMITOS — Newport Harbor’s girls water polo team held off the charge by Laguna Beach this time. And the Sailors snapped a few impressive winning streaks by the Breakers in the process Tuesday night. But a 7-5 victory against the reigning Surf…
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Capistrano Valley Christian basketball tops Pacifica Christian in spirited league opener

Some Orange County boys basketball teams begin playing league games this week. The Capistrano Valley Christian-Pacifica Christian game Tuesday night displayed what that means. It was an intense game, with a couple of small altercations, and visiting Capistrano Valley Christian edged Pacifica Christian 75-69 in the San Joaquin League opener or both teams. Makaih Williams…
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Where you live might determine what your kids learn about the US Capitol riot

By HEATHER HOLLINGSWORTH | Associated Press What students are learning about the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 may depend on where they live. In a Boston suburb in heavily Democratic Massachusetts, history teacher Justin Voldman said his students will spend the day journaling about what happened and talking about the fragility of…
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A record 4.5 million Americans quit their jobs in November

By PAUL WISEMAN | The Associated Press A record 4.5 million American workers quit their jobs in November, a sign of confidence and more evidence that the U.S. job market is bouncing back strongly from last year’s coronavirus recession. The Labor Department also reported Tuesday that employers posted 10.6 million job openings in November, down…
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Abandoning standardized tests ignores reality

The California State University (CSU) system will stop considering standardized tests in admissions, maintaining that scores underestimate disadvantaged students’ college readiness. However, these same students generally attend worse public schools and lack access to supplemental tutoring; many have consequently not developed academic skills on par with more privileged peers. These preparation gaps have consequences that…
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‘Nevermind’ about that Nirvana lawsuit; naked baby case dismissed

LOS ANGELES – A judge has dismissed a lawsuit alleging sexual exploitation brought by the Los Angeles man pictured as a naked baby on the cover of the multimillion-selling Nirvana album “Nevermind,” court documents obtained today show. Spencer Elden, 30, filed suit last year, alleging that the former members of the rock trio, various record…
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Clippers re-sign Xavier Moon to second 10-day deal

LOS ANGELES — Xavier Moon is a keeper – for at least another 10-day stint. The Clippers said Tuesday morning that they signed the speedy point guard, who turned 27 on Sunday, to a second 10-day contract under the COVID-related hardship allowance. In four games since he came aboard Dec. 25, Moon – a generously…
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Sparks re-sign center Lauren Cox

Lauren Cox said she really wanted to prove to the Sparks what she could do last season. Clearly, they appreciated what she showed them, saying Tuesday that they have re-signed 23-year-old. The 6-foot-4 center accepted a qualifying offer with the team, which initially signed her on June 30, in the midst of the 2021 WNBA…
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