The Jan. 6 Capitol attack has compelled many pastors across the country to speak out on their struggles to combat the spread of misinformation, conspiracy theories and QAnon beliefs among their congregations.
Federal security officials are set to testify in the second Senate hearing about what went wrong on Jan. 6, when rioters stormed the Capitol.
The disparities arose because the loans were distributed on a first-come, first-served basis by big banks, researchers said.
The COVID-19 pandemic cut global greenhouse gas emissions, but the benefits won’t last unless dramatic reductions continue for years
The House speaker isn’t going anywhere, yet. But that’s not stopping her would-be successors
Becerra is on track to be the nation’s first Latino secretary of Health and Human Services.
The Senate version of the pandemic-related aid package kicks off a race to finish the bill before March 14.
California is barreling toward what would be the widest reopening of businesses, schools and public spaces since the horrific surge of the fall and winter.
The collision near the U.S.-Mexico border left at least 13 dead and many questions.
A press event at a grocery store underscores the new reality of Vice President Kamala Harris’ protective bubble.
The remains of thousands killed in the Philippines’ war on drugs could be tossed in pits as families struggle to pay for burial sites amid a pandemic.
Thirty years after he was beaten by police, it still remains to be seen whether his wish for justice and peace will ever become reality.
In a new interview on Australian TV, HFPA member Jenny Cooney said the lack of Black members was a problem the group was previously unaware of.
Relatively wealthy areas of L.A. County have had more than 20% of their population vaccinated while less than 10% of some lower-income areas are vaccinated.
At least $40 billion in pandemic-related unemployment has been stolen, but Congress is about to approve more money with few new safeguards.
Thirty-four young horned lizards, hatched from eggs collected at Tinker Air Force Base in 2019 and 2020, are being raised at the Oklahoma City Zoo as part of a National Science Foundation-funded study. Once past their most vulnerable life stages, they’ll be released at the base, where researchers have used radio telemetry to track more than 1,000 lizards since 2003, studying their movement, health, reproduction and survival rate.
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David Crosby was grieving his girlfriend’s death when he and friends made ‘If I Could Only Remember My Name.’ Panned in 1971, it’s now a classic.
Chris D’Elia, who just addressed sexual misconduct that came to light in July, is sued by a woman who says he sought pictures and sex from her when she was 17.
Longtime friends and collaborators Thundercat and Flying Lotus are each nominated for a Grammy Award for ‘It Is What It Is,’ an album marked by loss.
The longtime friends and collaborators are each nominated for a Grammy Award for ‘It Is What It Is,’ an album marked by loss.
The Lakers were without Marc Gasol and Anthony Davis in the team’s 114-104 loss to the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday at Staples Center.
The Clippers fell short against the Celtics 117-112 on Tuesday in Boston, despite Reggie Jackson’s 25-point night in the absence of Kawhi Leonard.
Health and safety precautions are enforced, so attending a Dodgers or Angels Cactus League game this spring looks to be an enjoyable experience.
Mickey Callaway says he had consensual extramarital affairs, according to a report by the Athletic that details how the Cleveland Indians were informed.
The news draws cheers from some businesses, jeers from others, as the state grapples with returning to an old and new normal amid COVID-19.
The deaths of at least six anti-coup demonstrators — following 18 believed killed Sunday — were reported on social media and in local news outlets.
Authorities say at least 10 rockets have targeted a military base in western Iraq that houses American troops.
The Biden administration’s first test over what it promised would be a tough approach to Saudi Arabia has left both Riyadh and its critics unhappy.
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