Feb. 27, 2021


On the eve of the Golden Globes telecast, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. continues to face a backlash over its response to criticism that the voting body does not have a single Black member.

The protest started around noon and drew 20 to 30 people, said LAPD Officer Sean Murray. No arrests had been reported by 2 p.m., nor were vaccination efforts interrupted, he said.

Some L.A.-area private schools used restricted access codes and other strategies to get staff vaccinated while the county’s supply was limited. As of Monday, the scramble will be on for all schools.

To many in Huntington Beach, former UFC star Tito Ortiz is almost a Trump-like figure — a larger-than-life celebrity with a brash social media presence and a legion of loyal fans.

Federal officials are expressing worry that the decline in daily new coronavirus cases nationwide is starting to flatten and warned states against relaxing COVID-19 restrictions.

Canelo Alvarez defeats challenger Avni Yildirim in the third round of a super-middleweight title fight at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla.

Former NFL football player and author Emmanuel Acho will host the final episode of this season’s “The Bachelor,” after its original host, Chris Harrison, was criticized for deflecting a contestant’s racist behavior in an interview.

“The United States vs. Billie Holiday” tells the tale of the FBI’s targeting of the jazz singer, whose “Strange Fruit” became a protest anthem.

The mystery over Lady Gaga’s stolen French bulldogs and attack on her dog walker deepened even after the dogs were safely recovered.


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At the core of “Allen v. Farrow” is “intense and harrowing” video of 7-year-old Dylan Farrow alleging abuse by Woody Allen. Here’s the story behind the tape.

A Times report highlighting ethical lapses and the lack of Black members in the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has drawn widespread attention. Now Time’s Up is joining those calling for more action.

Michael Patrick F. Smith’s “The Good Hand,” about leaving the New York high life to toil in North Dakota oil fields, avoids the traps of stunt memoirs past.

For columnist Dylan Hernández, it’s easy to see why UCLA gymnastics, and its push for social equality, is so popular with his 10-year-old daughter.

After jumping out ahead early, USC quickly ran into problems with its shooting in a 71-61 loss to Utah that complicates the race for first in the Pac-12.

The highest point of Brandon Morrow’s MLB career came with the Dodgers in 2017. The pitcher hopes to achieve even more in his second stint in L.A.

A week after his wife indicated on Instagram this would be Albert Pujols’ final season, the Angels slugger says he hasn’t decided when he’ll retire.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo responded with a statement Saturday saying he never made advances toward her and never intended to be inappropriate.

A hospital said an immigrant’s hands may be amputated after he was found in the winter storm. Border Patrol told him he’d be sent back home but he is now expected to stay in the U.S.

As many as 10 death row inmates in Oklahoma could escape execution because of a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling

Earlier this month, employees at the Benito Juárez public library, in Zona Río, were startled when other government employees arrived to evict them.


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