• Chinese President Xi Jinping heads to oil-rich Trinidad and Tobago on Friday at the start of a tour of Latin America and the Caribbean, as Beijing seeks to increase trade in the region.

    The United Nations and United States on Friday took Laos and China to task for forcing nine young asylum seekers back to North Korea, warning that the countries were flouting international commitments.

     

    Google interns got an early look at a Hollywood take on their world and chatted with celebrities who play them on screen in ‘The Internship’ film set for release next week.

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    US stocks tumbled Friday, accelerating their losses after a flurry of mixed indicators sparked volatile trade in the last session of the month.

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    A 48-year-old man arrested in connection with a car crash that left a man dead in Pasadena was released from custody yesterday, authorities said.

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    A 19-year-old Duarte man was in custody today on suspicion of robbing a Pasadena-area convenience store while masked and brandishing a baseball bat, and investigators were trying to determine if he committed four other similar heists on the same day, authorities said.

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    The widow of Marilyn Monroe’s longtime mentor and acting coach lost her bid today to stop the auction house Profiles in History from going forward with plans to sell a letter written by the late actress.

    A 22-year-old Disneyland employee was charged today with setting off two dry-ice bombs in the Anaheim theme park, forcing the evacuation of Mickey’s Toontown but causing no injuries.

    Misdemeanor charges were dropped today against six USC students who were arrested when police shut down a pair of loud parties earlier this month, leading to allegations of racial profiling by officers, according to their attorney.

    US stocks Wednesday closed lower amid concerns about global economic growth and the US Federal Reserve’s plans for unwinding its aggressive stimulus program.

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