Tens of thousands turn out for Women's March in downtown Los Angeles

Tens of thousands of demonstrators converged on downtown Los Angeles early Saturday to participate in the second Women’s March in L.A. By 8 a.m., thousands had clogged the streets around Pershing Square, where a rally was scheduled before participants began marching to Grand Park in front of...

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NFL draft helped lead Julie Ertz to starring role on women's soccer team

When the Philadelphia Eagles selected tight end Zach Ertz in the second round of the 2013 NFL draft, it’s unlikely anyone with the women’s national soccer team noticed. But they should have. Because while Ertz’s signing netted the Eagles a sure-handed receiver that has taken them to Sunday’s...

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Sundance 2018 diary: 'Private Life,' 'Monsters and Men' among the early festival highlights

Times film critic Justin Chang is keeping a regular diary over the course of a week at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. He will be writing about the movies he’s seeing, the trends he’s observing and what it all means for an event that officially kicks off the year in new independent cinema....

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Dodgers test fans' loyalty with steep increases for season tickets even in the cheap seats

The clock struck 11:25 p.m. Time was growing short. A lifetime of Dodger love was being tested. Bill Snoberger and fiancee Mary Jones were trying to figure out whether a 45% price increase over two years for two season tickets in the outer reaches of Dodger Stadium was worth it. They sit in...

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