The decision preserves health insurance subsidies for more than 20 million Americans and protections for tens of millions with preexisting conditions.
The day commemorates the end of slavery in this country.
A growing encampment has left significant damage in the freshwater marsh. But that’s no reason not to be sensitive to the needs of homeless people.
The man collecting the Loma Linda hospital’s COVID victims was all but invisible.
The company encouraged officers to endorse its doorbell and security cameras to police and members of the public.
A Superior Court judge declares that Measure J, which Los Angeles County voters approved last year to set aside public funds for social services, is unconstitutional.
Authorities in Ventura County said they are reviewing incidents at the Ojai boarding school.
Workplaces still would be required to provide masks to workers who are not fully vaccinated and make sure they wear them while indoors.
Faced with an unprecedented 22.5 million unemployment claims, the state in March 2020 temporarily waived the work search requirement.
It’s been almost two decades since Californians ousted then-Gov. Gray Davis in a historic recall election. Critics of current Gov. Gavin Newsom hope to repeat the feat later this year. While the rules of the recall have stayed the same, much about the state has changed since the 2003 vote.
The duo’s departure comes at a critical time for the embattled organization that has vowed to enact sweeping changes following a Times investigation.
In response to soaring temperatures, California’s electrical grid operator issues a flex alert asking residents to conserve energy during peak evening hours Thursday and Friday.
Joe Neuheisel, son of former UCLA football coach Rick Neuheisel, was an alternate to play in the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines, but only got a chance to play a practice round.
How has U.S. foreign policy pushed Guatemalans out of their homeland and toward El Norte?
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After decades apart, a daughter asked her dad for an apology. She got it — and they got their relationship back.
After a 15-month pandemic-related hiatus, the Boyle Heights Bridge Runners club has resumed its weekly jogs. With Los Angeles officially reopening, the club aims to honor the lives of those lost to COVID-19 while bringing an isolation-weary community together through its gatherings.
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The studios, already lacking diversity, expect high-profile films with nonwhite casts to be ‘proof of concept.’ All it creates is unfair pressure.
Whether it’s Weird Al or Lonely Island, even the best comedy-rock presents a challenge: Does it stand up to repeated listens? Enter one-man-band Bo Burnham.
With its glitzy but dated fashion show in the rearview, Victoria’s Secret relaunches with ambassadors such as Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Megan Rapinoe.
Writer Janet Malcolm wrote challenging critiques on a range of subjects — murder cases as well as journalism itself.
As expected, Ledecky added to her event total for the Tokyo Olympics with victories in the 200 and 1,500-meter freestyles at the U.S. swim trials.
Naomi Osaka, who pulled out of the French Open earlier this year, has withdrawn from Wimbledon. So has Rafael Nadal, who also won’t compete at the Olympics.
The Clippers needed Paul George to fill the sudden absence of injured leader Kawhi Leonard on Wednesday and haul them past the Jazz. Playoff P did.
Christen Press and Lynn Williams lead the U.S. women’s soccer team to victory over Nigeria ahead of the Olympic roster being finalized.
Iranians choose a new president Friday as major issues loom over their country, including its tanking economy, but indifference is widespread.
Scientists have found a dead Asian giant hornet north of Seattle, the first so-called murder hornet discovered in the U.S. this year.
The House approved legislation to repeal the 2002 authorization for use of military force in Iraq. It next goes to the Senate.
The vice president is leading an effort to target hundreds of voting bills around the country, assembling coalitions of activists and business leaders and hoping to spur new voters.
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