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Day after ending LA visit, VP Kamala Harris tests positive for COVID
4/28/2022 6:08:44 PM

LOS ANGELES—Vice President Kamala Harris, who just ended a weeklong stay at her Brentwood home, has tested positive for COVID-19, her office announced Tuesday. According to her office, Harris tested positive on both rapid and PCR tests. "She has exhibited no symptoms, will isolate and continue to work from the Vice President's residence," according to her office. "She has not been a close contact to the president or first lady due to their respective recent travel schedules." Harris, 57, will follow guidelines of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and...

Congressmembers visit Conservation Sites in Compton, Long Beach
4/28/2022 6:06:05 PM

SAN PEDRO—On Monday, April 18, Congresswoman Nanette Diaz Barragán (CA-44) hosted Congressman Joe Neguse (C0-02) in her district where they spent time with the Los Angeles Conservation Corps (LACC) and the Conservation Corps of Long Beach (CCLB) to discuss ongoing Conservation Corps activities in California’s 44th District to support environmental justice and jobs for local youth. The members of Congress visited a vacant three-acre lot in Compton that has been transformed into a park space and community garden and DeForest Park in Long Beach where an Environmental Education...

Register for summer 2022 classes at Compton College
4/28/2022 5:56:35 PM

COMPTON—Create your success story this summer at Compton College! We offer a convenient, affordable education for traditional and non-traditional students—all in an encouraging environment that provides personalized student support to put you on the road to success. It is a great time to attend Compton College to complete your first two years of college, prepare to transfer, train for a job through our career education programs, or upgrade your skills to increase your earning power! Compton College is offering six-week and eight-week summer classes that begin on June 21, and a...

Pam Grier covers ‘everything’ in a new podcast of her career
4/28/2022 5:53:44 PM

Pam Grier doesn’t look back that often. If she did, she said this week from New Mexico, “I’d be drinking.” But when Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz called to ask if she’d consider being the focus of the new season of his podcast “The Plot Thickens,” she knew she had to do it. She’d listened to and loved the previous season that explored the career of Peter Bogdanovich and had an idea of what it would entail. But the main reason she wanted to do it? Her death. Really. “You never know when you’re going to kick the...

Potential jurors in Kardashian case air hate to their faces
4/28/2022 5:51:03 PM

LOS ANGELES (AP)—Talking trash about the Kardashians is a common pastime for many ordinary Americans. On Monday, a few got to do it to their faces. Kim Kardashian, her mother Kris Jenner and her sisters Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner all sat in the front row of a Los Angeles courtroom as prospective jurors aired their feelings about the famous family and the four women, all defendants in a lawsuit brought by Rob Kardashian’s former fiancee Blac Chyna. “Anything that has to do with their names is just a big no for me,” one man said. “I don’t think...

TV’s ‘black-ish’ ends 8-season run with legacy, fans secure
4/28/2022 5:49:41 PM

LOS ANGELES (AP)—A surprise awaited “black-ish” creator Kenya Barris and his family on a 2016 visit to the newly opened National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington: An exhibit on the TV series was on display. “I was very, very emotional” at seeing the honor, Barris said. He returned to the Smithsonian museum earlier this month for a splashy salute to “black-ish” as the end of its eight-season run approached. “It was just surreal. The Smithsonian, as a brand, is tied to things that are lasting, that are part of...

COVID shots still work but researchers hunt new improvements
4/28/2022 5:47:06 PM

COVID-19 vaccinations are at a critical juncture as companies test whether new approaches like combination shots or nasal drops can keep up with a mutating coronavirus—even though it's not clear if changes are needed. Already there's public confusion about who should get a second booster now and who can wait. There's also debate about whether pretty much everyone might need an extra dose in the fall. “I'm very concerned about booster fatigue” causing a loss of confidence in vaccines that still offer very strong protection against COVID-19's worst...

Beijing to mass-test most of city as COVID-19 cases mount
4/28/2022 5:44:55 PM

BEIJING (AP)—Beijing will conduct mass testing of most of its 21 million people, authorities announced Monday, as a new COVID-19 outbreak sparked stockpiling of food by residents worried about the possibility of a Shanghai-style lockdown. The Chinese capital began mass testing people in one of its 16 districts where most of the new cases have been found. The city also imposed lockdowns on individual residential buildings and one section of the city. Late in the day, health officials said the testing would be expanded Tuesday to all but five outlying districts. While only 70 cases...

'First Lady' drama spotlights Roosevelt, Ford, Obama spouses
4/21/2022 2:27:49 PM

LOS ANGELES (AP)—“The First Lady” presents three influential women, three acclaimed actors playing them, and a century of history encompassing wars, presidential scandal and America's stubborn gender and race fault lines. The ambitious Showtime drama series proved an irresistible challenge for Oscar-winning director Susanne Bier. While its subjects—Eleanor Roosevelt, Betty Ford and Michelle Obama—each have a “compelling and gripping” story, the sum is even greater, Bier said of her first biographical project. “It was interesting to me...

Actor Cuba Gooding Jr pleads guilty to forcible touching
4/21/2022 2:22:58 PM

NEW YORK (AP)—Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. pleaded guilty Wednesday to forcibly kissing a worker at a New York nightclub in 2018 in a deal that is likely to keep him out of jail. Gooding also publicly apologized for the first time to two other women who accused him of similar behavior in separate encounters, calling himself a “celebrity figure” who meant no harm. His admissions were part of a plea deal that came nearly three years after the Oscar-winning “Jerry Maguire” star was arrested in the case that saw several delays as his lawyers sought to get charges...