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San Bernardino DA to say if deputies will face charges in televised beating

San Bernardino County prosecutors are expected to announce Tuesday whether they will file criminal charges against several deputies involved in the televised beating of a man who in April led them on a nearly three-hour pursuit by car and horseback in the High Desert near Apple Valley.   Source: LA Times

L.A. can't fill all its potholes, but it wants the Olympics. That's insane.

To the editor: I don’t live in Los Angeles anymore, but I still have an affinity for the city where I grew up, so I have to ask: Did anyone see the irony or humor in the juxtaposition of the headlines on Sunday’s front page? (“Inequity is ‘baked in’ when it comes to L.A. city […]

Glacier hike and fjords tour: Obama opts for optics to show reality of climate change

As President Obama makes his biggest sustained public push yet on fighting climate change, he and top aides seem to be realizing that they need their own theatrics. Source: LA Times

Getty learns more about young man lurking beneath its Rembrandt `Old Man'

Youth inevitably gives way to age, but the blow was particularly sudden and stark for a young man whose portrait Rembrandt painted almost 400 years ago. Source: LA Times

6 rosés to drink right now, including one in a can

Once considered a wine for wimps, rosé has become a best-seller — and not only in warm weather. When in doubt, pick rosé.  Helen’s Wines at the back of Jon & Vinny’s has a whole wall of rosés in every shade, from pale onion skin to salmon, from coral to classic rose petal pink.  Source: […]

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