Historian Alison Rose Jefferson takes us on a tour of what remains of Santa Monica’s once tight-knit Black community, decimated by racist policies.
Less than two weeks after a sweeping Times investigation that sparked an outcry, the HFPA has announced it is undertaking significant reforms and reviewing its practices.
The warning signs about Girardi, an L.A. trial lawyer and regular on “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” flashed year after year. Yet through it all, his record remained pristine.
The city will add 12 armed security guards and six marked cars to protect the city’s downtown.
Protesters who burned masks in cities around Idaho on Saturday said that health safeguards violate their constitutional rights.
The bill includes targeted aid to the restaurant, childcare and airline industries, aid to small businesses and support for state and local governments.
A closer look at what’s in the COVID-19 economic relief bill, including when the $1,400 checks would arrive and who would get unemployment.
None of the state’s 58 counties has signed a contract with the insurance giant.
Los Angeles County officials report 1,823 new coronavirus cases and 98 deaths; more than 22,000 have now died from the virus
Jan Blachowicz rallied in the fourth and fifth rounds to hand Israel Adesanya his first loss and retain the UFC light heavyweight title.
Tahj Eaddy sank a three-pointer off an inbounds pass with 1.4 seconds remaining as USC extended its winning streak over UCLA in a 64-63 victory.
Building a plant to remove the salt from seawater in Huntington Beach is not just bad for the environment; it’s bad for California ratepayers.
Recipients of Stockton’s $500 guaranteed monthly income benefited in myriad ways.
Tips for Takeout
If takeout has become your pandemic mainstay, there’s one thing to be thankful for: the variety Southern California offers. Whether it’s a fan tuan breakfast in Chinatown, a sobaquera lunch in Boyle Heights or a classic dog anytime at the reopened Pink’s, Angelenos are spoiled for choice. Be kind: Order directly from the restaurant instead of through a delivery service.
How third-party food delivery services are still crippling restaurants.
For decades, Grosso lived and breathed skateboarding, spreading his passion for the sport in person and in his YouTube series “Loveletters to Skateboarding.” His friends and family recall his passion, his character and what made him a skateboarding legend.
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Stanley’s band reached the Top 40 in the 1980s with the hits “He Can’t Love You” and “My Town” before going on to a long career as a radio disc jockey.
Writer-director Philippe Lacôte on his latest film, “Night of the Kings,” about an epic evening of storytelling within the walls of an Ivory Coast prison.
Amanda Gorman, whose recitation of a poem about this country’s halting progress in matters of race and equality at President Biden’s inauguration vaulted her onto a national stage, said Friday she had been followed by a security guard who questioned if she lived in her own building.
Center Theatre Group streams “The Gaze ... No Homo,” a Larry Powell play examining the possibilities of Black queer work in white environments.
The right-hander threw some of his pitches with an eye shut in the Dodgers’ 2-1 spring training loss to the San Diego Padres.
USC again struggled from the free-throw line, including key misses late, but still beat rival UCLA when Tahj Eaddy hit a game-winning three-pointer.
Commissioner Adam Silver says there are no ongoing discussions to change the NBA logo to feature a likeness of Kobe Bryant, as many have suggested.
Adrian Kempe scored in overtime, Anze Kopitar had two goals and an assist, and the Los Angeles Kings rallied for a 4-3 win over the St. Louis Blues.
The repeated declarations from the White House and elsewhere seeking to discourage would-be migrants have failed to deter a surge of people hopeful that their turn has come.
Another woman who worked for New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is describing conduct she felt was inappropriate for the workplace.
The South Korean and U.S. militaries are scaling back their annual exercises because of the pandemic and to support diplomacy on North Korea’s nuclear program.
Air quality has been terrible for decades in the city of Bergamo. Now, scientists are investigating whether one longstanding health crisis has played a role in making a new one worse.
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