Before Roe vs. Wade
In a still unsettled post-Roe world, no one knows for sure what enforcement of abortion laws will look like. But L.A. in the 1950s and 1960s offers a hint into at least one possibility.
According to weather data analyzed by The Times, it really has been the drabbest winter Southern Californians have lived through recently.
Starting Saturday, Twitter plans to give verification check marks to Blue subscribers only. It will be a crucial test to see who is willing to pay.
Lucy Jones, California’s beloved earthquake expert, sits down with environment reporter Rosanna Xia to discuss music’s power to inspire climate action.
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Gardening after the rain
Savvy L.A. gardeners usually start planting before April, but after weeks of rain, is it OK to plant in the mud? Expert Yvonne Savio offers tips, plus April garden events.
Monterey Park police officers fatally shot a man Friday on the 10 Freeway in East Los Angeles, shutting down traffic in both directions, authorities said.
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The county remained the nation’s most populous. California saw a significant loss of people in several counties, including Santa Clara, Alameda and Lassen.
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The U.S. has filed a lawsuit against railroad Norfolk Southern over environmental damage caused by the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio.
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