Ports Labor Battle
Southern California dockworkers disrupted the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports after contract talks deteriorated in recent days.
A sweeping agreement by unions and officials will reboot extra learning days and resolve legal disputes.
'WEALTH DEFENSE INDUSTRY'
Celebs dodged millions in L.A.’s ‘mansion tax.’ Meet the industry guarding their wealth
The ‘wealth defense industry,’ a network of accountants and consultants, is tasked with helping the rich stay rich.
Tensions flare outside elementary school in North Hollywood where trans teacher’s flag was burned.
Zoot Suit Riots
As L.A. observes the 80th anniversary of the unrest, much will be said about wartime xenophobia and bigotry. Less known is the story told in the Charlotta Bass mural, Times columnist Gustavo Arellano writes.
The city was engulfed in the mayhem and violence 80 years ago.
A cross between road riding and mountain biking, the popular pastime lets you choose your own adventure on unpaved trails.
Addison: Two of L.A.’s most exciting pop-ups unite Mexican and Indian flavors at this under-the-radar taqueria
Four life stories, two pop-ups, and regional Mexican and Indian flavors unite deliciously at this new taqueria on 3rd Street in Los Angeles.
Explore your L.A.
De Los will focus on Latino culture and identity across Los Angeles and the country. We welcome you to join the conversation and get involved.
Eighty-one years after California incarcerated its first ‘ward,’ the state’s notoriously grim youth prison system is shutting down. But will young offenders fare any better in county lockups?
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Column One: 50 years after a classmate’s slaying, three amateur sleuths set out to find her killer
Solving a cold case is a daunting prospect for anyone, let alone amateurs. But three women are determined to find justice for a slain high school classmate.
The Times’ 101 list
The show is inspired by the Prime series about a Jewish family after its patriarch comes out as transgender.
Kershaw, pitching for the first time since criticizing the Dodgers’ decision to honor the Sister of Indulgence, is solid in 8-4 win over Yankees.
Once expected to lose, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan managed to parlay nationalism to win a historic third term after 20 years in power.
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