Cerise Castle

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Author and screenwriter Walter Mosley says he left a writer's room over a complaint about his language.

Walter Mosley said the n-word at work. Then HR called.

Author and screenwriter Walter Mosley says he left a writer's room over a complaint about his language.

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Vaping-related lung illness is responsible for at least 6 deaths nationwide. But cannabis industry leaders say their products are not to blame.

Is it safe to vape cannabis?

Vaping-related lung illness is responsible for at least 6 deaths nationwide. But cannabis industry leaders say their products are not to blame.

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The bill sent Uber and Lyft scrambling, and it might reshape business in the entertainment industry.

How AB 5 could change Hollywood

The bill sent Uber and Lyft scrambling, and it might reshape business in the entertainment industry.

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