Nov. 24, 2020


After becoming the first nation to land a spacecraft on the far side of the moon, China launches a new mission to bring back lunar rocks and debris.

During a midday news conference from his Fair Oaks home, Newsom said that everyone in his family has tested negative for the virus.

More than 200 inmates at a federal detention center in Los Angeles have contracted the coronavirus, forcing prison officials to lock down the facility.

President Trump authorizes start of formal transition as Joe Biden makes several historic picks for key posts, shaping a Cabinet that is notably diverse and brings back many Obama-era insiders.

Michigan election officials certify Biden’s 154,000-vote victory in the state despite Trump’s brazen attempts to subvert the results of the election.

Feinstein, 87, is the ranking Democrat on the Judiciary Committee and was in line to become its first female chair if Democrats take control of the Senate.

Killings are up 25% over last year and shootings are up more than 32%, mirroring increases in violence that are driving concerns in big cities across the nation.

Dinkins served only one term before his defeat against Rudolph W. Giuliani, leaving behind a complicated legacy.

Jared Goff passes for 376 yards and rookie safety Jordan Fuller has two interceptions, including one late, to help the Rams prevail 27-24 at Tampa Bay.

Elon Musk’s year of dizzying ascents hit a new apex Monday as the Tesla Inc. co-founder passed Bill Gates to become the world’s second-richest person.

Apple’s head of global security was charged with bribery on allegations of offering to donate iPads to the Santa Clara Sheriff’s Office in exchange for concealed weapons permits, officials said.


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Having trouble keeping track of the new COVID-19 restrictions? We’ve got you covered. Most of California is under a curfew that bans nonessential activities from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Some people have protested the rule, and police are mostly taking an “education first” approach to enforcing it. In L.A. County, outdoor dining is banned after Wednesday.

A modified stay-at-home order goes into effect for the much of California as of Saturday morning to try to slow the rapid spread of the coronavirus.

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Joon S. Hwang, the general manager of Quarters Korean BBQ in Koreatown, doesn’t know what is in store for the restaurant as new coronavirus restrictions take effect amid a surge in cases in November.


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Charli D’Amelio has set a record on TikTok with her massive follower count, despite a recent setback involving her family’s embarrassing dinner party.

Davis stars as blues legend Ma Rainey opposite Chadwick Boseman in the Netflix adaptation of August Wilson’s celebrated play.

From Megan Thee Stallion’s full ‘Body’ performance to BTS’ Seoul spectacular, here are some of the best moments from the 2020 American Music Awards.

The NBA’s reigning sixth man of the year and new member of the Lakers suggests the Clippers would have done more if they really wanted to keep him.

The Lakers re-signed forward Markieff Morris to a one-year contract at the veteran’s minimum while waiting on a decision by superstar Anthony Davis.

UCLA’s season opener against San Diego State on Wednesday could provide the Bruins with a good barometer as to where they might stand this season.

Chinese authorities are testing millions of people and imposing lockdowns after locally transmitted coronavirus cases were discovered in three cities.

NBA players Marco Belinelli, Sterling Brown, Jonathan Isaac, Kyle Korver and Anthony Tolliver met with Pope Francis at the Vatican to discuss social justice.

Mexico’s Roman Catholic Church says the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the cancellation of this year’s celebration of what’s considered the world’s largest Catholic pilgrimage — for the Virgin of Guadalupe.

Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong has been taken into custody after pleading guilty to charges related to a demonstration.

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