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"The Sweat of Their Face": Portraits of workers

"The Sweat of Their Face": Portraits of workers


An exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington features depictions of workers - an untraditional subject of portraiture.

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Long Island high school student dies after suffering apparent medical emergency during band practice.

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Accidental 911 call leads police officer into epic dance-off with a talented youngster whose flossing skills well and truly steal the show.

EXCLUSIVE: Riverside gun store confronts Sacha Baron Cohen after he comes to business in disguise: via

It’s @CHP pulling #pursuit driver out of car! @FOXLA

#SFGiants’ Brandon Crawford (@BCraw35) weighs in on #MannyMachado possibly in Dodger blue: “Ooph. ... Any team that gets him will have an immediate impact, for sure.”

via @JohnSheaHey:

All-Star pitcher Josh Hader apologizes for history of racist tweets:

"As a child I was immature and obviously I said some stuff that was inexcusable," he told reporters in the locker room after the game.

EXCLUSIVE: Riverside gun store confronts Sacha Baron Cohen after he comes to business in disguise
Via @BillFOXLA

Woman miraculously survives after falling hundreds of feet while climbing Mount St. Helens.

#PURSUIT: Police pull suspect out of vehicle on the freeway.


Driver of #pursuit stops! What now! We are #live @FOXLA

Former Pres. Obama: "Look around: strongman politics are ascendant...whereby elections and some pretense of democracy are maintained, the form of it, but those in power seek to undermine every institution or norm that gives democracy meaning."

#PURSUIT: Pursuit vehicle has come to a stop near the Magic Mountain area.


The most expensive film ever produced in China pulled from theaters just days after it opened—a disappointing showing for a movie that took 750 million yuan, or $112 million, and six years to produce.

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