Dec. 11, 2019
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Moments after winning a murder conviction in the death of 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez, the lead prosecutor, Jon Hatami, stunned the public with a revelation: He too had been abused as a boy.
Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson said BioDetection 21, or BD21, “should not move forward until fundamental concerns ... are resolved.”
Prosecutors in L.A. and Chicago are moving to expunge marijuana convictions from the records of tens of thousands of people using new state laws.
The annual Newport Beach boat parade is like a floating, electrified version of Pasadena’s Rose Parade: beloved and lucrative.
California’s penalty is modeled on the one originally in the Affordable Care Act. Congress eliminated the federal penalty, effective this year.
America Ferrera and Danai Gurira teamed up to announce the 2020 SAG Award nominations Wednesday morning. Here’s a full list of the nominees.
The House Judiciary Committee is expected to approve the articles — and potentially add more charges — during a session that could last more than 24 hours.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution disputes how its late reporter Kathy Scruggs is portrayed in Clint Eastwood’s new film, “Richard Jewell.” Warner Bros. calls the claims “baseless.”
One breast cancer drug showed particular ability to reach tumors in the brain, which are notoriously tough to treat.
A white rhino born last month at San Diego Zoo Safari Park has been named Future for what the baby represents to rhino conservation worldwide.
The Times’ list includes familiar names and brand-new entrants.
These are the restaurants making their first appearance on The Times’ 101 Best Restaurants list.
Here’s how critics Bill Addison and Patricia Escárcega approached this year’s 101 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles list.
If L.A. succeeds, a hydrogen-burning Intermountain Power Plant could become a model for governments and electric utilities around the world.
After months of negotiations, Congress has reached a deal that would require the Defense Department to phase out the use of PFAS-containing firefighting foam, which has tainted drinking water sources. But environmental groups and some Democrats have accused Republicans of failing to protect public health by stripping the bill of stronger regulations.
“ARE ... YOU ... NOT ... ENTERTAINED?!?,” Lizzo tweeted Wednesday after she was named Time’s Entertainer of the Year. Yes, honey, we definitely are.
California Sounds: The record label Rampart celebrates its East L.A. legacy, from Cannibal & the Headhunters to the Atlantics featuring a young Barry White.
The suit alleges that Tyrus sent McHenry sexually suggestive text messages and photos and behaved inappropriately toward her when they were co-hosts on the Fox Nation show “Un-PC.”
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