March 3, 2021

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The remains of thousands killed in the Philippines’ war on drugs could be tossed in pits as families struggle to pay for burial sites amid a pandemic.

Former President Trump called on his supporters to send their contributions directly to his own committees, bypassing traditional Republican groups.

Federal security officials are set to testify in the second Senate hearing about what went wrong on Jan. 6, when rioters stormed the Capitol.

Relatively wealthy areas of L.A. County have had more than 20% of their population vaccinated while less than 10% of some lower-income areas are vaccinated.

Just one dose of the Pfizer vaccine was 60% to 70% effective at preventing symptomatic COVID-19 disease in people 70 and older, a new report says.

The Jan. 6 Capitol attack has compelled many pastors across the country to speak out on their struggles to combat the spread of misinformation, conspiracy theories and QAnon beliefs among their congregations.

Biden pulled Neera Tanden’s nomination to serve as his budget director. She didn’t have enough Senate votes to be confirmed.

Chris D’Elia, who just addressed sexual misconduct that came to light in July, is sued by a woman who says he sought pictures and sex from her when she was 17.

Lakers star LeBron James will miss his first game of the season Wednesday after staying in L.A. when the team traveled Tuesday night to Sacramento.

When the ‘Punky Brewster’ star embarked on a new documentary, she found that confronting her past, including surviving sexual assault, was the only way forward.

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Violence and hate incidents directed at Asian Americans have surged across California since the pandemic, with some blaming Asians because of the coronavirus’ origins in Wuhan, China.

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Pink’s Hot Dogs, a Los Angeles culinary institution since 1939, reopened March 1 after a nearly two-month COVID-related closure. The hot dog stand voluntarily shut down in early January amid a citywide coronavirus spike.

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Longtime friends and collaborators Thundercat and Flying Lotus are each nominated for a Grammy Award for ‘It Is What It Is,’ an album marked by loss.

‘The Scary of Sixty-First,’ the debut film from the ‘Red Scare podcast host, blends conspiracies and the occult as two young women move into Jeffrey Epstein’s former apartment.

The self-effacing humor on display in “Mank” masks his character’s fear of inadequacy, Gary Oldman says. He speaks from experience.

The measure would repeal the extraordinary powers they gave Gov. Andrew Cuomo at the start of the pandemic, limiting his directives to those ‘necessary to reduce the spread or increase vaccinations.’

Authorities say at least 10 rockets have targeted a military base in western Iraq that hosts American troops.

The Biden administration’s first test over what it promised would be a tough approach to Saudi Arabia has left both Riyadh and its critics unhappy.

Supreme Court weighs Democrats’ challenge to Republican-sponsored election rules in Arizona. Do the rules discriminate based on race?

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