Feb. 17, 2020
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Libraries across Southern California are aiming to serve the immigrant readers of rapidly changing cities by purchasing books in a variety of languages.
The deadly coronavirus outbreak is hurting scores of companies in California and nationwide that depend on Chinese production and consumer spending.
The body of Aziz Memon was found dumped in a canal just hours after he went missing while on his way to work, police said Monday.
The Amazon CEO promised to commit $10 billion of his personal fortune to combating climate change. He will begin issuing grants this summer.
“McMillions,” a new documentary series from HBO, reimagines “true crime” tropes to relate the $24-million scheme to defraud the McDonald’s Monopoly game.
After years of fighting regulation, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg calls for it, saying users need to feel giant social media platforms answer to someone.
Angels star Mike Trout did not hold back his opinion on the Houston Astros cheating scandal when he spoke to reporters at Angels spring training.
Adam Scott’s first win at Riviera came during a rain-shortened event in 2005 that wasn’t an official PGA win. His triumph in the Genesis Invitational on Sunday is official.
Will Lara Jean stay with Peter Kavinsky in ‘To All the Boys 2'? John Ambrose makes that decision a tough call.
What’s on TV Monday, Feb. 17: ‘All American’ on The CW; America’s Got Talent finale; Washington; Independent Lens: We Believe in Dinosaurs; American Rescue Dog Show
With “The Photograph,” starring Issa Rae and Lakeith Stanfield, writer-director Stella Meghie hopes to usher in a renaissance for the black romantic drama, a genre that has been neglected onscreen since the ‘90s and early aughts.
A newly revealed database out of China has exposed in extraordinary detail the detention of 311 individuals, most of them Muslims.
Elon Musk’s first electric car plant in Europe faces a possible delay while a court mulls environmentalists’ challenge over clearing forest for Tesla.
Syria’s military announced that its troops have regained control of territories in northwestern Syria.
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