Top leaders say the state’s lack of guidance has frustrated efforts to bring back limited in-person learning and dorm living.
The Central Valley is among the areas of the nation that federal officials are particularly worried about. Of the 10 California counties with the highest infection rates per capita over the past two weeks, eight were in the Central Valley.
In weeks, as many as 1 million families across California may be at risk of being forced out of their homes, pushed off the ‘eviction cliff.’
Less than three months before election day, President Trump is losing his iron grip on congressional Republicans and is facing pushback on multiple fronts, from delaying the election to false claims about mail-in voting leading to widespread fraud, that show his weakened status.
Good news for an anguished summer: Joe Biden’s search for a running mate is destined to have a happy ending.
Los Angeles Times reporter Nabih Bulos was less than 500 yards from the center of the massive explosion in Beirut. He lived to tell the tale
An Air India Express flight with 190 people on board skidded off a runway and split in two while landing Friday in heavy rain in southern India.
The U.S. sanctions 11 officials, including Chief Executive Carrie Lam, for their role in curtailing political freedoms in Hong Kong.
The U.S. added 1.8 million jobs in July, down from 4.8 million in June, indicating the coronavirus is stalling hiring and slowing an economic rebound.
Current and former employees at Cal/OSHA say dysfunction and vacancies have hobbled agency during ongoing crisis
Hit with a flood of more than 9 million applications for unemployment benefits, California is trying to identify which of them may be fraudulent.
Allegations that two Los Angeles police officers lied about a traffic stop and planted a gun into evidence to justify a man’s arrest in 2018 are now in the hands of county prosecutors after a review by LAPD internal affairs detectives.
A proposed ordinance would allow L.A. to revoke city approvals for real estate projects if the City Council finds developers engaged in corruption.
Brent Scowcroft, who died Thursday of natural causes at his home in Falls Church, Va., was a Republican voice against the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Trump is promising (yet again) a comprehensive healthcare plan. While we await that, how about a greater commitment to price transparency?
The U.S. State Department says it is chipping away at a huge backlog of applications.
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Cooking with kids
Looking for a family-friendly activity? Head to the kitchen. The classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich gets a makeover with this PB&J cookie recipe. Have a go at making this ooey-gooey Korean corn grilled cheese for lunch. For a fun, hands-on project, this key lime pie delights. Kids of all ages will go nuts over these salty-sweet nutty buddies.
Download and print out some of our favorite illustrations. Add some color, have some fun. Show us your creations!
“Selling Sunset” star Chrishell Stause opens up about filming the Netflix reality series, which returns Friday, at a moment of private heartbreak.
For his first credited acting role in nearly 20 years, Mick Jagger plays a charming but dangerous art dealer in “The Burnt Orange Heresy” who will stop at nothing to get what he wants. He would like to stress that the character is nothing like him.
The Black heroes of HBO’s horror fantasy “Lovecraft Country,” from Misha Green and Jordan Peele, fight genre fiction’s unbearable whiteness, to mixed effect.
Debuting in 1998 after two major Disney animated bombs, the original ‘Mulan’ had a low-key premiere and bare-bones marketing. Now the live-action version is going straight to Disney+.
The absence of fans in stadiums and arenas has created challenges for TV broadcasters looking to capture the game vividly without the colorful language.
Angels pitchers are slow to the plate, and that’s the primary reason opponents are stealing bases at an alarming rate. The catchers aren’t to blame.
Five reasons why Lakers fans should not be concerned and five reasons why they should be worrying after the team’s loss to the Houston Rockets.
Oakland Athletics bench coach Ryan Christenson has apologized for raising his arm during a postgame celebration in what looked like a Nazi salute.
Millions are at risk of defaulting on loans as the pandemic halts Cambodia’s recovery from decades of war and poverty.
Authorities say they’ve found an unfinished tunnel stretching from Arizona to Mexico.
Thousands of U.S. families are swabbing their noses twice a week in a DIY experiment to help solve some of the mysteries about the coronavirus.
Violent clashes this week between protesters and police in Portland, Ore., have ratcheted up tensions in the city again.
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