Orange County returned 6 acres of land to the Acjachemen and Tongva people. Tribal leaders say it’s a small step in a movement to protect their heritage.
If you’re searching for the essential food of L.A., let our critic’s 2023 restaurant list be your guide! Find the best vegetarian, Japanese, Mexican cuisine and more.
Sheriff Robert Luna has been in office nearly a year. His tenure is calmer than his controversial predecessor’s, but critics question his track record. He talks to The Times.
Argentina’s new president has shown public interest in Judaism, incorporating shofars at campaign rallies and visiting a rabbi’s tomb.
Mayor Karen Bass talks about the thousands she’s moved into interim housing. But it’s the removal of encampments that will make Angelenos believe it.
The drugstore closures in Ensenada come on the heels of a months-long investigation by The Times.
Vincent Hubbard played chess in prison as an escape. Now he plays $20 games on the streets of South L.A. and competes in tournaments to find a new path forward.
President Biden and Ukraine leader Volodymyr Zelensky will meet at the White House as Congress is under pressure to provide more aid to Kyiv in its war with Russia.
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Heavy fighting is raging across Gaza, including in the devastated north as Israel moves ahead with renewed U.S. support
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Santa Cruz leaders say downtown high-rises would ease housing costs. Activists call the plan ‘out of character’ for the laid-back beach town and are fighting new construction.
Off Long Island, a turbine has begun adding electricity to the U.S. grid from what is likely to be the country’s first commercial offshore wind farm.
Anime titan Hayao Miyazaki’s latest film, “The Boy and the Heron,” took the top spot at the weekend box office, breaking records along with another Japanese film, “Godzilla Minus One.”
With all the deferrals in Shohei Ohtani’s 10-year, $700-million deal with the Dodgers, the contract is actually a bargain.
Obstacles to obtaining an abortion are more common since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade in June 2022.