After four day laborers were hired to dump bags of body parts, others recount stories of strange, and sometimes illegal, jobs they were hired to do.
Cross-country moves between progressive California and conservative Florida have taken an outsize role in the rivalry between Govs. Ron DeSantis and Gavin Newsom, who are set to debate Thursday night.
With the truce between Israel and Hamas set to expire later today, mediators appear to be making progress on a second extension.
Rising suicide rates among older adults drove such deaths to a historic high in the U.S. last year, even as suicide declined among youth, the CDC reports.
California is expected to play a sizable role in the annual U.N. climate conference that will begin this week in Dubai.
Some California growers specialize in dry farming, working with nature to grow apples and melons without irrigation. They tout the approach as a water solution.
The NCAA says a lawsuit over rights to the names, images and likeness of student athletes could cost it $4 billion in damages. That’s entirely its own fault, columnist Michael Hiltzik writes.
Cirque du Soleil was a scrappy Montreal startup when it first landed in Las Vegas 30 years ago. Today, Cirque shows are featured at casinos up and down the Strip.
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