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Donald Trump's maternity leave plan, the five-second rule, peanut butter jelly sandwiches and Pho

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a press conference at the Trump National Golf Club Jupiter on March 8, 2016 in Jupiter, Florida.
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a press conference at the Trump National Golf Club Jupiter on March 8, 2016 in Jupiter, Florida.

Donald Trump to unveil several policy proposals including a plan for six weeks of paid maternity leave, the five-second rule – is it still safe? LA comedian releases video parodying Bon Appetit's controversial Pho video.

The U.S. is the only country in the developed world without any kind of government paid parental leave program. That could change after the November election.
For Filipinos in Southern California, the latest political turmoil from their homeland has conjured harsh memories of a former dictator.
When movies about historical events come out, they can help shape public opinion. How? We speak to a professor who studied the issue.
After a dismal loss to the San Francisco 49rs, L.A. football fans will have to wait even longer for a win by a local NFL team. USC faces Stanford this weekend in rivalry that's gaining prominence.
Have you ever dropped a bit of food and thought "It wasn't there that long. What's the harm in just picking it back up and eating it anyway?"
Secretary of State John Kerry has announced the White House plans to increase the number of refugees it accepts to 110,000 people in the coming year.
LA writer and comedian Jenny Yang's response to Bon Appetit's Pho video controversy is the greatest thing since sliced bread.
Despite New York Fashion Week being thousands of miles away, Golden State designers are shining bright.
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