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President-elect claims voter fraud in CA, SoCal Cubans remember Fidel Castro, 111 things to do in LA

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A man waves the US and Cuban flags as he walks in front of the new Cuban Embassy shortly before it's official ceremonial opening July 20, 2015, in Washington, DC. The United States and Cuba formally resumed diplomatic relations on July 20, as the Cuban flag was raised at the US State Department in a historic gesture toward ending decades of hostility between the Cold War foes.   AFP PHOTO/Paul J. Richards        (Photo credit should read PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)
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A man waves the US and Cuban flags as he walks in front of the new Cuban Embassy shortly before it's official ceremonial opening July 20, 2015, in Washington, DC. The United States and Cuba formally resumed diplomatic relations on July 20, as the Cuban flag was raised at the US State Department in a historic gesture toward ending decades of hostility between the Cold War foes. AFP PHOTO/Paul J. Richards (Photo credit should read PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)

President-elect claims voter fraud in California, Fidel Castro's death and its impact on Cubans in SoCal, exploring 111 things to do in Los Angeles 

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla says there was no fraud on Election Day, challenging the president-elect to submit proof.
A recount of presidential votes is expected to begin in Wisconsin this Thursday. Voting rights attorney John Bonifaz, who's been advising the recount effort, explains how it works.
Cuba is in the midst of a nine-day mourning period after long-time leader and revolutionary icon Fidel Castro died at the age of 90. His death was announced last Friday.
Over the weekend, riders of San Francisco's public transit system got a nice treat...they didn't pay a cent to ride on Friday or Saturday.
400 years after William Shakespeare's death, a L.A. Library Foundation exhibit commemorates the Bard's artistic contribution to the West.
The Binge, our guide to the best movies and television shows you should be streaming.
Stuck for places to visit in L.A.? A new book has 111 suggestions to take you off the beaten path.
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