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Vice President Kamala Harris sets a new tiebreaking record previously held by John C. Calhoun, among the fiercest defenders of slavery of his era.
Bullet train project connecting Inland Empire and Las Vegas scores a $3-billion award. Brightline West would be the fastest high-speed rail to operate in the U.S.
Settler violence against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank surged even before the Gaza war. The travel ban will also apply to some Palestinians.
The last adult film theater in Los Angeles is run by a Salvadoran immigrant and former battlefield nurse. Patrons call the Tiki Theater ‘a refuge.’
A leaked document shows how Amazon cultivates support from nonprofits and politicians in its fight against environmental regulations and labor organizers in the Inland Empire.
The Los Angeles City Council has approved an amendment meant to assuage concerns that a rodeo ban would unfairly block equestrian events of cultural significance.
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California’s respiratory virus season is ramping up, prompting officials to renew their calls for residents to get vaccinated in hopes of reducing pressure on hospitals.
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California has funneled billions of dollars toward curbing planet-warming gases from cows. Environmental experts say the state’s approach is flawed.
Fans still love the 1997 Oscar-winning epic. Director James Cameron is remastering six of his films in 4K, including today’s release of “Titanic.”
The team’s manager says Ohtani, who recently won his second AL MVP award with the Angels, is clearly the Dodgers’ ‘top priority.’
Israel is intensifying its assault in and around Khan Yunis in southern Gaza, sending ambulances and private cars racing to a hospital with casualties.