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  • Temperatures cool, but death toll tops 1,000 in Pakistani heat wave

    Temperatures cool, but death toll tops 1,000 in Pakistani heat wave
    The toll from the sweltering heat wave in Pakistan's largest city continued to rise Thursday, surpassing more than 1,000 dead, according to state-run television, even as temperatures began to cool off. The high temperature in Karachi was 100 degrees...
  • Patrick Macnee dies at 93; dapper John Steed in TV's 'The Avengers'

    Patrick Macnee dies at 93; dapper John Steed in TV's 'The Avengers'
    He played the urbane John Steed, the bowler hat-wearing, umbrella-carrying British secret agent who fought and matched wits with assorted scoundrels with the help of a succession of smart, tough and sexy female partners. Patrick Macnee, 93, the...
  • Court hears case for secrecy of report on police shooting of unarmed black teen

    Court hears case for secrecy of report on police shooting of unarmed black teen
    More than three years after two Pasadena police officers fatally shot an unarmed black teen, a state appeals court heard arguments Wednesday from the police union, which is trying to block release of an independent report on the killing. Portions of...
  • PBS to delay third season of 'Finding Your Roots' following review of scandal

     PBS to delay third season of 'Finding Your Roots' following review of scandal
    This week Henry Louis Gates Jr. once again found himself in the middle of another national teachable moment about race. The first time, six years ago, seemed to end amicably enough over beers on the White House lawn in a summit with the new president,...
  • Jimmy Fallon says ring 'almost ripped my finger off'; Friday 'Tonight Show' canceled

    Jimmy Fallon says ring 'almost ripped my finger off'; Friday 'Tonight Show' canceled
    Jimmy Fallon is alive, well and tweeting (one-handed) after an injury forced him to cancel Friday's taping of  "The Tonight Show." The host was hospitalized and had minor surgery on his left hand but was doing "totally fine," his rep told The Times...
  • Michael Bublé's son Noah is hospitalized but 'doing fine'

    Michael Bublé's son Noah is hospitalized but 'doing fine'
    Michael Bublé and his wife, Luisana Lopilato, say that their son Noah is doing well after a burn incident landed the little guy in the hospital earlier this week. The incident was "not a major accident" and the couple is "grateful that Noah is doing...
  • Arden man gets 18 years in prison on federal fraud charges

    An Arden man has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for his role in a scheme involving the failed Seven Falls development, a golf course and luxury residential community in Etowah. The Times-News reports (http://bit.ly/1LyfJ2y ) 57-year-old Keith...
  • Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences invites 322 to join in diversity effort

     Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences invites 322 to join in diversity effort
    Actors David Oyelowo, Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Stone and director Justin Lin were among an unusually large and demographically broad group invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences this week. The academy added 322 new members, its...
  • 'Diversity doesn't just happen': Six women in film discuss the challenges ahead

    'Diversity doesn't just happen': Six women in film discuss the challenges ahead
    When a U.S. senator praises a movie studio for hiring two women, a Hollywood issue has officially entered the wider conversation. Sen. Barbara Boxer sent a note to Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara recently, commending the studio on its selection of...
  • Hollywood social media give same-sex marriage ruling a big thumbs up

    Hollywood social media give same-sex marriage ruling a big thumbs up
    Veteran actor Ian McKellen celebrated with a Vine video. Singer Miley Cyrus rejoiced with some screaming and a few emojis. And talk show host Ellen DeGeneres summed up her joy in two words and a hashtag. In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court ruled...
  • Opinion: Rainbow flags and Stars and Bars

    Good morning. I'm Paul Thornton, The Times' letters editor, and it is Saturday, June 27. On this day in 1542, Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo set out from Mexico on the expedition in which he would ultimately claim California for Spain. Here's a look back at...