Editorial: Assange needs a change of address. A courtroom
Julian Assange speaks May 19, 2017 from the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy in London after a seven-year investigation in Sweden against the WikiLeaks founder was suddenly dropped. Assange has denied he is ready to give up the source who provided his website, WikiLeaks, with Democratic National Committee emails it published last July. (Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire/Abaca Press/TNS)
Hip-hop’s television takeover
On a rap rarity: A same sex relationship between two men. Less than a year after EMPIRE broke ground by prominently featuring a black gay character on a drama set in the homophobic world of hip-hop, VH1's hugely popular reality series entered uncharted territorywith L/R Miles and Milan, a pair of aspiring rappers who are hiding their relationship out of fear of not being able to break in music and the couple have already proven controversial. (Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times/TNS)
California hospitals face ‘war zone’ of flu patients, and are setting up tents to treat them
A woman suffering from flu symptoms, right, walks into a tent that has been set up outside of the Palomar Medical Center Escondido so that medical staff members, including emergency department technician Kyle Heaston, left, who follows with a vitals machine, can triage the flu patients on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018 in Escondido, Calif. (Hayne Palmour IV/San Diego Union-Tribune//TNS)
Shop displays movie costumes from ‘Hunger Games,’ ‘Beautiful Creatures’ and more
John Klisavage, owner of Washington Street Books, holds a helmet that was worn by actor Dwayne Johnson in the "Hercules" movie. He has a collection of costumes that have been worn in movies including "The Hunger Games," "Hercules," "Beautiful Creatures" and "The Last Airbender." (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun/TNS)
Greg Cote: Why Dolphins fans might feel hope, but also frustration, in NFL’s final four
After tossing aside his helmet, Minnesota Vikings receiver Stefon Diggs kneels in the end zone just after making his 61-yard game-winning touchdown on the last play of Sunday's NFC divisional playoff against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn. (Jeff Wheeler/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS)
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