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Jake Paul fight against Mike Tyson is announced for July 20 and will be streamed live on Netflix

Social media star-turned-boxer Jake Paul will fight former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson on July 20 at AT&T Stadium, Netflix announced last Thursday.

Federal Reserve minutes: Officials worried that progress on inflation could stall in coming months

Federal Reserve officials acknowledged at their most recent meeting in January that there had been “significant progress” in reducing U.S. inflation. But some of the policymakers expressed concern that strong growth in spending and hiring could disrupt that progress.

A Los Angeles woman was arrested in Russia on charges of treason. Here’s what we know

Russia’s main domestic intelligence agency has arrested a woman with dual U.S. and Russian citizenship on charges of treason, accusing her of collecting money for the Ukrainian military.

Trump faces warning signs that his fundraising prowess may have limits in 2024 campaign

Donald Trump’s legendary ability to raise massive sums of political cash may be on a collision course with a new and unpleasant reality.

It’s an election year, and Biden’s team is signaling a more aggressive posture toward the press

Occupants of the White House have grumbled over news coverage practically since the place was built. Now it’s Joe Biden’s turn: With a reelection campaign underway, there are signs that those behind the president are starting to more aggressively and publicly challenge how he is portrayed.

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There’s more to the economy than unemployment rates

It took the Golden State a few months to take the lead, but we finally did it: as of February 2024, California finally caught up with Nevada and we are now the U.S. state with the highest unemployment rate at 5.3%.

16 arrested in Southern California prostitution sting operation

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department conducted a “John” prostitution sting operation in the city of Perris and arrested 16 individuals.

Two Imperfect Messengers Take On Abortion

In the summer of 2019, as a crowded Democratic primary was picking up speed, Joe Biden was on the defensive, pummeled by abortion-rights groups...

Annual Gathering of the People celebrates culture

Noli Indian School celebrated its 17th annual Gathering of the People on its Soboba Reservation campus April 4, prior to its week-long Spring Break.