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The California congresswoman is one of the most prominent Black figures in U.S. politics.
The "Doctor Who" and "Kick-Ass 2" actor moved to Los Angeles to launch a comedy career.
The star pitcher, who has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman in his home, will remain on paid leave.
LAUSD is the first major school district to do so, setting a precedent that could have nationwide ramifications.
The accusations include over 30 counts of sexual assault involving 21 women and girls dating back more than two decades.
The Hall of Fame pitcher will have to undergo bias training.
Tony Moon was back on the streets coming for a reporter months after posting video of himself at the Capitol on Jan. 6 bragging about "taking" the building.
Viewers set the clip of the artful Dodger to a range of sweet soundtracks.
The bear was seen roaming the aisles of a Ralphs supermarket, much to the surprise of shoppers.