Sep. 26, 2020


The president’s pick could further shift the high court to the right and reshape American law on abortion, healthcare, religion and guns for a generation.

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Remote weather stations, satellites and supercomputers have begun to show promise as a means of predicting the spread of wildfires.

L.A. County will break its record for homeless deaths this year. Sylvia Maglia, a troubled soul who lived on the streets of Granada Hills, is one of the dead.

L.A. County reports an average of 1,074 new daily cases for the week ending Sept. 25, compared with 1,176 for the week ending Sept. 5.

Thousands had been expected at the Portland rally led by the far-right group the Proud Boys. Several hundred showed up, and dispersed quietly.

LeBron James came up big in the final minutes of the fourth quarter to help lift the Lakers to a 117-107 series-clinching win over the Nuggets.

A power outage at Dodger Stadium delayed Saturday’s game between the Angels and Dodgers for about 25 minutes while power was being restored.

A day after Angels star Mike Trout hit his first homer off Clayton Kershaw, he reflects on a sixth straight season that will end before the playoffs.

Pandemic living

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Despite the pandemic, Southern California home prices are at record levels. In Beverly Hills, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen just paid $17.5 million for this mansion, and a huge two-acre lot just fetched $39.1 million. Elsewhere, we take a look at Pasadena’s priciest (and cheapest) homes. Want more real estate news? Sign up for our newsletter.

Kathy Griffin, Patricia Heaton and Gary Sinise are among this week’s real estate movers and shakers.


Visual storytelling


‘The Great British Baking Show’ is back on Netflix for its 11th season to offer us a sweet escape from the misery of 2020.

Prince’s landmark “Sign O’ the Times” has been reissued as a box set. Critics Mikael Wood, Daphne Brooks, Naima Cochrane and Michaelangelo Matos on its legacy.

Actress Drew Barrymore reunited with ex-husband Tom Green on her talk show Friday after not speaking to him face to face for about 15 years.

The Dodgers’ Mookie Betts stayed in at first after being hit by a first-inning pitch Saturday but remained in pain and left the game against the Angels.

Corey Perry scored the winning goal in the second overtime as Dallas beat Tampa Bay in Game 5 and staved off elimination in the Stanley Cup Final.

Four-time All-Star outfielder Hunter Pence announced his retirement after 14 seasons. He was part of the Giants’ 2012 and 2014 World Series title teams.

Jerry Garcia, a U.S. Forest Service firefighter, is a top local ultra runner who has trained frequently in the mountains affected by the Bobcat fire.

London police clash with protesters angry over new limits the government has imposed on everyday life to halt a surge in coronavirus infections.

A Louisiana state trooper who died in a car crash hours after being told he would be fired for his role in a Black man’s death was buried with honors.


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