After the Times investigation and mounting criticism in Hollywood, how will the HFPA and the Golden Globes move forward?
Former producer Cerise Castle claims she experienced a pattern of racist behavior while working at KCRW. The station disputes some of her allegations.
Supplies and access to vaccines are increasing, but Harris is struggling to ease safety concerns among Black Americans.
GOP officials disagree intensely over the party’s future. But no sign of debate will be visible when conservatives gather this weekend for CPAC’s festival of Trump.
President Biden’s visit to Texas comes as many are angry at state leaders and still recovering after losing power and water.
The airstrike was the first military action undertaken by the Biden administration.
The measure now faces an uphill battle in the Senate.
The Senate parliamentarian decided that the hike must fall from a massive relief bill.
Forty percent of coronavirus vaccines for school staff in Los Angeles County will go to L.A. Unified
Join us Thursday, Feb. 25, for a live video event with L.A. Times journalists Angel Jennings, Tyrone Beason, Erika D. Smith, Makeda Easter and LZ Granderson. They’ll discuss how to honor Black History and Black storytellers.
Rams coach Sean McVay admits he made some mistakes handling Jared Goff over the years, but would rather focus on the success they had together.
Channel Islands National Park is a gem hiding in plain sight. Here’s how to experience it online or in person.
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The Santa Ana High School student will study biology in the fall of 2021. But first she had to help her father get out of an immigration detention center.
Many in the marginalized Latino LGBTQ community, a number of whom are frontline workers, have been deeply affected by the pandemic and are unable to find help.
Andra Day talks about her feelings and excitement to play the legendary singer, Billie Holiday, during our 2020 Oscar Roundtable photoshoot.
Wanda Maximoff herself gave fans a comic book reading list to help prepare for ‘WandaVision’ in 2016. We just didn’t know it yet.
‘I believe there are no bad dogs, just uninformed owners,’ says Oakland’s Jas Leverette, star of the new Netflix series ‘Canine Intervention.’
The lawyer for Britney Spears’ father, Jamie Spears, defended her client on Thursday’s ‘Good Morning America’ amid concerns raised by a new documentary.
Writer Suzan-Lori Parks and director Lee Daniels present Lady Day as an early civil rights activist in “The United States vs. Billie Holiday,” starring Andra Day.
Seager is coming off a sensational season and will be a free agent at the end of 2021. But he doesn’t want to talk about a new contract.
UCLA might not be an NCAA juggernaut, but they certainly looked like one in an impressive 76-61 Pac-12 victory over Utah on Thursday.
NBA star Southern California native Russell Westbrook is launching an academy for middle school and high school students in South L.A.
Chiney Ogwumike, a two-time WNBA All-Star known for her social justice advocacy, has re-signed with the Sparks ahead of the 2021 season.
The new Energy secretary will be a key player in President Biden’s vision for a green economy as the U.S. fights to slow climate change.
The U.S. has started processing small groups of asylum seekers from the ‘Remain in Mexico’ program, but thousands others still await entry.
The House minority leader sees a chance to ride his warm relationship with Donald Trump into the House majority and a job he’s wanted for years — speaker.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s anti-transgender hallway sign and tweet about another congresswoman’s transgender daughter spurs criticism.
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