Sep. 22, 2019
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As little as five minutes of quiet can be restorative, but where can you be alone amid the roughly 25 million people in Southern California?
UCLA scores 50 second-half points to rally past No. 19 Washington State, 67-63, overcoming nine touchdown passes by the Cougars’ Anthony Gordon.
The Black Keys made tickets to their Wiltern show nontransferable to third-party vendors, leaving fans who bought tickets from sites such as StubHub turned away at the doors.
Cory Booker’s campaign manager says the New Jersey senator might soon quit the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Thirteen Camp Pendleton-based Marines detained in a human smuggling probe in July are facing a variety of related charges under military law, the 1st Marine Division said Friday.
Publication of the official results of Israel’s Tuesday election, three days after balloting ended, did little to challenge the idea that Israel is a hopelessly deadlocked country.
Daniel Morris’ record of dishonesty illustrates the type of important evidence about law enforcement misconduct that was long kept secret in California.
Amazon workers have spent this year urging CEO Jeff Bezos take more urgent steps on climate change. They’re a key reason Amazon’s environmental footprint is under scrutiny.
Swimming pools are now part of the sharing economy. Rent out a homeowner’s spot for a party or just use it as a place to cool off.
Emmy nominee Sian Clifford met “Fleabag” costar Phoebe Waller-Bridge on a subway. Their fast friendship inspired one of the funniest relationships on TV.
Scene report: A festive crowd, including Laverne Cox, Billy Porter, Ross Mathews, William Jackson Harper and Lea Michele, turned up for the pre-Emmys event at Sunset Tower Hotel in West Hollywood.
Before a new crop of Emmy winners delivers their acceptance speeches on Sunday night, the Times selects the 10 best — in case the nominees want to study up.
Emmy nominee Amy Adams may lose out for her subtle turn in “Sharp Objects.” But that will say more about what we call “awards-worthy” than it does about her.
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