It’s the 2017 Primetime Emmy Awards at 5 p.m. , and the stars are hitting the red carpet. So check out the stars and nominees from a range of shows including dramas like Netflix’s “Stranger Things,” Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” and HBO’s “Westworld” and “Big Little Lies” to castmembers from comedies “Black-ish,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” “Modern Family” and a whole lot more in this red carpet gallery.
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By MICHAEL KUNZELMAN
BATON ROUGE, La. — The slayings of two black men in Baton Rouge last week were likely racially motivated, police said Sunday, and a suspect — a 23-year-old white man — was in custody. In both shootings the gunman fired from his car then walked up to the victims as they were lying on the ground and fired again multiple times.
The suspect, Kenneth Gleason, was being held on drug charges and was given a $3,500 bond on
The federal government is seeking to seize warehouses in San Bernardino, Riverside and Orange counties amid allegations that the company that owns them tried to avoid paying about $15 billion in tariffs by disguising the aluminum they imported from China.
The asset-forfeiture complaint was filed Thursday, Sept. 14, by the U.S. Attorney’s Office against Perfectus Aluminum.
The complaint claims that after the government instituted tariffs on aluminum that could be made into finished goods, the company tried to avoid paying the tariffs by making pallets out of the aluminum in China and then importing more than 2 million pallets to the
In a year that is already being called one of the worst ever for wildfires in the western United States , there is another fact that some may find remarkable: For nearly 40 years, the number of wildfires in California has been declining.
California wildfire data reviewed by a USGS research ecologist shows a trend that many may find hard to believe: Since a peak in 1980, there have been fewer and fewer wildfires in California. This is true across the entire state, according to researcher Jon Keeley, who is also a professor at UCLA.
According to his paper, co-authored with
SANTA ANA – An animal-rights group in a lawsuit filed this week accuses the Irvine Police Department of refusing to enforce animal-cruelty laws to stop the slaughter of chickens during a Jewish holiday ritual.
The lawsuit, filed Tuesday at the federal courthouse in Santa Ana by the San Diego-based Animal Protection and Rescue League, marks the latest effort by animal-rights activists to target the Chabad of Irvine’s annual Kapparot ceremonies.
The lawsuit alleges that the Irvine Police Department, as well as the Los Angeles Police Department, protect the “illegal killing of animals” by not cracking down on the Kapparot ceremonies.
By VINDU GOEL and SCOTT SHANE
SAN FRANCISCO — Hundreds of fake Facebook accounts and pages apparently operated out of Russia bought $100,000 in political ads on Facebook during the presidential campaign last year, the company disclosed on Wednesday.
The revelations about ads on the social network can only add to the continuing political skirmishing in Washington over Russia’s role in the election. Robert Mueller, the special counsel, and the Senate and House intelligence committees are all investigating the matter, including the possibility that someone with ties to President Trump’s campaign worked with Russia.
Facebook officials said the fake accounts and pages had been connected
A body of a woman has been found in the area near where a Murrieta woman was reported to have gone missing last week, authorities said Monday, Sept. 4.
The body was found Friday evening near the Tenaja Falls trailhead, Riverside County sheriff’s Deputy Armando Munoz said. He said the body has not yet been positively identified; an autopsy is pending.
Last Monday, Murrieta resident Jennifer Kinsella-Grindle, 41, a mother of three teenage children, went missing after leaving for a hike on the Tenaja Trail. She never returned home, according to authorities and friends.
Deputies brought a bloodhound to the area,
By DARLENE SUPERVILLE and KEN THOMAS
HOUSTON — President Donald Trump cupped a boy’s face in his hands and then gave him a high-five. He lifted a girl into his arms to give her a kiss. He snapped on latex gloves to hand out boxed lunches of hot dogs and potato chips.
On his visit to a shelter for storm victims Saturday, the president declared he sees “a lot of love” in the wake of devastation left by Harvey.
“We saw a lot of happiness,” he told reporters after he and first lady Melania Trump greeted children in the kids’ zone in