The Biden administration could nab the L.A. mayor. If so, Garcetti will leave with a mixed legacy.
Some people are still concerned about going without masks even after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offer guidance relaxing the rules.
California ranks 12th among all states in the nation for having the greatest percentage of its residents vaccinated with at least one dose.
President Biden’s COVID stimulus bill is channeling hundreds of billions of dollars directly into state coffers. The money offers political upside for governors such as Gov. Gavin Newsom, who is fending off a recall.
Bryant should have been there at the Hall of Fame induction. His widow, Vanessa, gave the acceptance speech, and his absence is a reminder of our loss.
The cause of the fire near Topanga State Park is still under investigation.
Israeli airstrikes on Gaza City killed at least 26 people Sunday, making it the deadliest single attack since heavy fighting broke out.
Thousands of protesters gathered Saturday in Westwood to demonstrate support for Palestinians amid violence that’s claimed a spiraling casualty toll in Gaza and Israel.
Supervisor Kathryn Barger wants L.A. County to align with relaxed federal mask regulations.
Throughout the crisis, NBCUniversal seemed out of step with industry activists.
Eugenia Yuspeh’s cremated remains were mailed to New Orleans but never arrived.
Van Nuys Boulevard is one of the city’s oldest sites of this resilient SoCal obsession.
How our national pastime saved an American hostage in Iran.
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Former Lakers player and general manager Jerry West sat down with L.A. Times sports writer Broderick Turner to talk about Bryant’s induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and what Bryant meant to him.
After causing a social media panic with a cryptic announcement on ‘CNN Tonight,’ the veteran broadcast journalist had big news to share.
Olivia Rodrigo’s edgy new single, ‘Good 4 U,’ is fueling excitement for her upcoming ‘Saturday Night Live’ performance and debut studio album.
A news article that pointed out actors’ pandemic weight gain spurred a conversation about sizeism throughout the musical theater scene.
Netflix is developing a spinoff of its hit period drama, ‘Bridgerton,’ centering on characters Queen Charlotte, Violet Bridgerton and Lady Danbury.
Kobe Bryant was posthumously inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday night, with widow Vanessa giving the acceptance speech.
The Lakers have LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Dennis Schroder back in the lineup during a 122-115 victory at Indiana.
Bob Baffert was the favorite to win the race with Medina Spirit, but the 146th Preakness Stakes was won by another Santa Anita trainer, Mike McCarthy.
Sebastian Lletget and Javier “Chicharito” Hernández each score a goal as new coach Greg Vanney’s influence on the Galaxy continues to reap rewards.
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Hundreds of teenagers and adults helped change the world nearly 60 years ago by marching for civil rights in Birmingham, Ala.
Ebrahim Raisi, an Iranian cleric who took part in a panel involved in the mass execution of thousands of prisoners in 1988, sought the presidency in 2017.
People have unwittingly had their online posts or pictures exploited to spread misinformation about COVID-19 in recent months.
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The CDC changes announced Thursday don’t immediately alter mask rules in California, but they have raised some questions.
In a momentous turn in the fight against COVID-19, federal officials are significantly easing mask guidelines as the threat of the pandemic rapidly fades.
Starting this year, grandparents get extra incentive: their 529 plans are ignored by federal financial aid formulas.