Nov. 12, 2019
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Immigrants known as ‘Dreamers’ have pursued degrees at top universities, created jobs as entrepreneurs, launched nonprofits and joined politics. With their future now in the hands of the Supreme Court, here’s a look at a few.
The area in Imperial County, about 180 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles, is routinely a source of interest among seismologists.
A UC Davis professor’s simple mission: Record and identify every butterfly he sees. What he’s discovered has disturbed him.
State officials will vote this week on a proposal to allow “community solar” farms instead of rooftop panels.
A Times review of federal documents spanning nearly 20 years shows that the agency has often pushed back on National Transportation Safety Board recommendations.
City Atty. Mike Feuer alleges that developer Michael Hakim owes the city more than $220,000 for legal bills racked up during a court battle over his 27-story project.
The letter from Local Records Office highlights how private companies try to dupe people into paying big bucks for public services they can accomplish themselves for free or a fraction of the cost.
Joshua Skenes, the chef behind the Angler restaurants, is launching an $800-a-person dinner series to take place at his home in the Hollywood Hills.
Jimmy Carter was admitted to a hospital Monday evening for a procedure to relieve pressure on his brain, caused by bleeding due to his recent falls, his spokeswoman said.
In playing Sen. Dianne Feinstein, Annette Bening keyed in on the truth of ‘The Report,’ about the fight to reveal the CIA’s post-Sept. 11 torture program.
Phillip Youmans and Ava DuVernay on “Burning Cane,” the 19-year-old director’s feature debut about religion and toxic masculinity in the Southern Baptist church
World & Nation
Hate crimes declined slightly in 2018, the FBI says in a new report. But crimes targeting people — as opposed to property — surged dramatically, as did crimes against Latinos.
The Chinese government wants to implement its own version of one of the U.S.'s proudest legacies — a national park system.
Los Angeles Archbishop José Gomez, the highest-ranking Latino in the U.S. Catholic Church, was elected president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops on Tuesday.
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