The new figures, obtained by The Times, reveal for the first time how commonly the technology is used in the department, which for years has provided vague and contradictory information about use.
California transplants now find themselves victims of an exodus that has driven up housing costs in states that are burning: Oregon, Idaho and Washington.
Armed Black groups like the Minnesota Freedom Fighters work to protect the streets as calls for racial justice mount.
‘Schitt’s Creek’ set Emmy records while ‘Watchmen’ and ‘Succession’ helped lead HBO to a dominant night in a surreal evening that demonstrated how to pull off an awards show during a pandemic.
In Monday’s Season 18 premiere, the host apologized for the misconduct allegations that dogged her show all summer.
The blaze, which has burned more than 105,000 acres, also continues to threaten the Antelope Valley, where several homes have burned in Juniper Hills.
In new guidance, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the coronavirus spreads mainly through respiratory aerosols, small particles that apparently can remain suspended in the air and inhaled.
New survey finds three-fourths of families have experienced a loss of income since March and more than one-third of students don’t have a quiet place to study.
A few Republicans could agree to postpone the replacement of Justice Ginsburg in exchange for a few Democrats agreeing never to vote for a court-packing scheme.
Last month’s explosion in Lebanon has underscored fears near the Port of L.A., where residents worry that hefty tanks storing butane could catalyze a deadly disaster.
Climate change isn’t the sole cause of recent wildfires. Forestry mismanagement and overpopulation of wildlands also play a role.
SB 1257 will give domestic workers workplace safety protections during the COVID pandemic and beyond.
The Lakers were barreling toward a loss in Game 2 against the Denver Nuggets before Anthony Davis hit what forever will be known as “The Mamba Shot.”
K-12 schools in Los Angeles are not allowed to be open at the moment. Yet many schools have reopened anyway, either by outsourcing their facilities to established providers like the Y, or by rebranding as day camps, which are license-exempt and virtually unregulated in California.
The Luxe Rodeo Drive is the first L.A.-area luxury hotel to go out of business because of the pandemic. An unusually high loan delinquency rate may mean more hotel closures are likely to follow.
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We need a 2020 version of the special commission that resolved the disputed election of 1876.
In the months since the coronavirus struck and wrestling arenas were closed, many Mexican wrestlers rely on street food vending to make a living.
Prep basketball players in Flint, Mich., discuss the importance of the game in their lives and their perspective on the upcoming season.
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Sales of “Forrest Gump” really took off after Tom Hanks portrayed the title character in a movie that won six Oscars.
A recounting of the final 20 seconds in Game 2 when the Lakers nearly lost to Denver before good fortune and an Anthony Davis three-pointer delivered a win.
Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa says the team’s struggle to keep Patrick Mahomes in the pocket ultimately hurt their chances of winning Sunday.
Darious Williams intercepted a pass in the end zone intended for Eagles receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside in the third quarter Sunday to keep the Rams’ lead.
With Mookie Betts and Chris Taylor out of the starting lineup, the Dodgers offense couldn’t muster enough offense to back starter Tony Gonsolin.
The plan favored by the legislators is one that virtually everyone acknowledges would be highly difficult to integrate or enforce.
The U.S. Space Force has set up a squadron in Qatar, the newly formed service’s first foreign deployment.
Protests by tens of thousands of Belarusians against President Alexander Lukashenko, whom they accuse of rigging his recent re-election, have entered their seventh week.
After a six-year legal battle, an Israeli court has approved the extradition of a former teacher wanted in Australia on charges of child sex abuse.
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