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What are some sections in the Los Angeles Times?

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Some sections in The Los Angeles Times are World News, covering the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa; Politics, which encompasses California-based political news, with an emphasis on City Hall and Sacramento, and United States politics, including added coverage of candidates on the campaign trail during election time frames; and Nation, reporting headlines as they happen across all fifty states. The Nation section includes the "Nation Now" blog, which offers a more in-depth look at select U.S. stories.

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The Entertainment section covers the latest news about the arts, culture and media, while the "Company Town" sub-section reports on stories relevant to L.A.'s role as the entertainment industry capital of the world. California & Local features the latest area headlines, crime news, drought coverage, community reporting and education-related stories. In addition, the "L.A. Now" blog provides a more detailed perspective on certain stories of interest.

The Sports section offers comprehensive reporting on Southern California's pro teams, college sports and high school news, as well as all relevant scores and stats. Life & Style looks at books, fashion, health, and home and garden news. The section also offers comics, horoscopes, crossword puzzles, Sudoku and other games, as well as the blog "All the Rage," which stays on top of style news and taps into the latest trends. Other "Times" sections of note are Food, Opinion, Obituaries, Travel, Science, Technology, Real Estate and Classifieds.

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