There isn’t a single thing Black folks can do to solve white racism, but the onus is placed at our feet anyway.
Officer Kim Potter resigned two days after the shooting death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, Minn.
A use-of-force expert testifying for the defense Tuesday, contradicts authorities from both inside and outside the Minneapolis Police Department.
Officials must consolidate three recent reports on the LAPD’s handling of last summer’s protests into a plan of action that identifies top reform priorities, estimates associated costs and sets a timeline for implementation.
After the countywide homeless count was canceled, Hollywood activists conducted their own. The surprise: Street homelessness was down 12% in Hollywood.
The arrest comes nearly 25 years after Smart vanished while walking back to her dorm at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
California will temporarily stop administering the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine after reports of six serious blood clots nationwide.
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President Biden will miss the May 1 deadline of the Trump-Taliban deal and withdraw remaining U.S. troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11.
The Angels lose to the Kansas City Royals 3-2 on a bases-loaded pickoff on David Fletcher on Tuesday.
After missing four games with a back injury, Mookie Betts returns and hits a solo home run in the Dodgers’ 7-0 victory over the Colorado Rockies.
Cinerama Dome is L.A. Historic-Cultural Monument No. 659. City and preservation officials explain what that means for protection again demo or gutting.
If you’re feeling the springtime itch to go look at open houses, first of all, we’re sorry about the sticker shock. But here’s a primer the hodgepodge of home styles you’ll see around Southern California.
As laws allowing anti-transgender bias spread, a California response comes under attack.
A flourishing subgenre of YouTube channels features North Korean refugees telling how they fled the authoritarian government and how they’ve adjusted.
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During a Tuesday White House press briefing, Dr. Anthony Fauci explained the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine pause after serious blood clots were reported in six recipients.
Big ratings declines for the Grammys and Golden Globe Awards have the TV industry wondering how low the Oscars could go.
As it marches toward the Oscars, “Nomadland” sparks continued debate over its portrayal of working conditions for Amazon warehouse workers.
Mindy Kaling, Barry Jenkins, Rian Johnson, Jon M. Chu and other celebs are paying tribute to ArcLight Cinemas, which won’t reopen post-pandemic.
Colleagues of Aguilar, who died Saturday at age 46, remember the “Simpsons” veteran as a warm and generous friend with a wicked sense of humor.
The All-Star accounted for 42% of his team’s points in one of his most impressive all-around performances since joining the team two years ago.
Frank Vogel was mourning a mentor and friend as he coached the Lakers past the Hornets 101-93 on Tuesday in Charlotte to finish 4-3 on a challenging road trip.
The L.A. Convention Center will play host to the Sparks’ first 11 home games because Staples Center is overrun with delayed NBA and NHL games.
NBA All-Star and Kobe Bryant fan DeMar DeRozan, who hails from the Southland, remembers the monumental night the Lakers legend played his final game.
Biden’s speech will come just before his 100th day in office, and will provide him an opportunity to update the American public on his progress toward fulfilling his promises.
The Supreme Court weighs the rights of conservative Christians who oppose same-sex marriages.
A white police officer from Wisconsin who was investigated and cleared for shooting and injuring a Black man during a domestic dispute has returned from administrative leave.
President Biden has asked the Department of Education to study whether he can unilaterally forgive federally held student loan debt.
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