Feb. 18, 2020
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The trial pits a lineup of elite Los Angeles County prosecutors against the high-end Houston legal team that helped Durst beat a murder charge in Texas in 2003.
The containment of the 2003 SARS outbreak is considered one of the biggest public health victories in recent years. Stopping the new coronavirus, known as COVID-19, will probably be much harder.
Uninsured Californians still have time to avoid a penalty for not having healthcare if they sign up through Covered California by April 30.
Lovers & Friends, a new one-day music fest coming to the Los Angeles area, will feature Usher, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Ludacris, TLC, Megan Thee Stallion and others.
NASCAR driver Ryan Newman is awake and speaking with family and doctors after a brutal crash on the final lap of the Daytona 500.
The Hollywood Bowl’s 2020 season celebrates the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote, loads of female performances and a Pan-American music initiative with lots of Latin rhythm. “School of Rock” will be summer’s staged musical. Plus plenty of Gustavo Dudamel, John Williams and Harry Potter.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has a $130-billion fortune. The $165 million he spent on David Geffen’s mansion amounts to just 0.13% of his net worth.
In his first public comments on the stadium deal, Angels owner Arte Moreno addressed whether he would replace Angel Stadium or renovate it.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees said Tuesday he wants to return to the team for his 20th NFL season.
Aubrey Huff isn’t invited to a reunion of the 2010 World Series champion San Francisco Giants because of his ‘unacceptable’ comments, the team said.
Never mind the teeth, “Sonic the Hedgehog” was one of the first major video games with an environmentalist narrative. Here’s what the filmmakers missed.
Photographer Carolyn Cole captures the styles and personalities at Frieze Los Angeles, which for some is like cosplay for the blue-chip art world.
WarnerMedia has launched a massive marketing campaign around the 25th anniversary of the hit sitcom, which remains hugely popular for TV viewers and advertisers.
The killing of a 7-year-old girl on the southern outskirts of Mexico City has stoked rising anger over the brutal slayings of women, including one found stabbed to death and skinned earlier this month.
India has hastily erected a wall in Gujarat ahead of a visit by U.S. President Trump and critics say it is designed to block the view of a slum area.
U.S. officials say Rosneft Trading S.A. and its president, Didier Casimiro, will be added to a financial blacklist, in a substantial escalation.
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