Sep. 17, 2019
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As President Trump heads to California for two days of fundraising, his administration is reportedly still considering clearing homeless encampments and moving people into government-owned facilities.
The Trump administration opened two massive tent courts in south Texas to address the cases of migrants seeking asylum in the U.S.
In second national election this year, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is fighting to keep his job — and avoid criminal charges
Javier A. Burillo, 57, was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter after his 11-year-old son was thrown overboard and killed.
Iran ruled out a possible meeting with President Trump at the United Nations next week, closing a potential diplomatic channel to ease tensions following an attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities that raised new fears of war and sent oil prices soaring. Although administration officials accused Tehran of launching the strike, Trump stopped short of directly accusing Iran, saying, “We’ll see?”
A suicide bomber on a motorcycle targeted a campaign rally by President Ashraf Ghani in northern Afghanistan on Tuesday, killing at least 24 people and wounding 31, officials said. Ghani was present at the venue but was unharmed, according to his campaign chief.
Santa Monica and Beverly Hills are among cities where your e-scooter can be slowed down or stopped using a technology called geofencing.
Subscription models — whether for streaming movies, music or razor blades — often work better for companies than for customers. But Fitz Frames may be the rare example where consumers (read: parents) come out ahead.
The healthcare giant’s workers say they will strike in California and across five other states after bargaining stalled in July. If they walk out, it will mark one of the largest strikes in the past few decades.
Halo Top ice cream became America’s bestselling grocery store pint two years ago. Now it’s being sold to one of the nation’s biggest ice cream manufacturers, Wells Enterprises, owner of Blue Bunny, Chilly Cow and Bomb Pop.
Health officials confirmed that an adult older than 40 died from complications related to using an electronic cigarette.
Despite the backlash after his casting was announced, Sean Spicer made his debut on “Dancing With the Stars” Season 28. The internet had thoughts.
Shane Gillis has been fired by “Saturday Night Live” just days after his hiring was announced. The show says its vetting process “was not up to our standard.”
Sarah Silverman, host of the Emmy-nominated variety sketch series “I Love You, America,” calls “cancel culture” a “mutated” form of McCarthyism.
Writers Guild of America, West released its election results on Monday, with incumbent president David Goodman reelected. Goodman easily defeated opponent Phyllis Nagy, an Oscar-nominated writer who ran a campaign that criticized the union’s strategy in its dispute with talent agencies.
Developed nations emit the most greenhouse gases, while poor countries suffer the worst consequences of the greenhouse effect. We must help them.
Technological advances could one day claw back some of the carbon and other greenhouse gases we’ve already emitted. But it would be foolhardy to count on them.
The Los Angeles Times editorial board has written about climate change for years. Here’s why we thought this was the right moment for a bigger, broader series of editorials on the subject.
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