July 19, 2019
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When investigators searched the home of the watch commander, they found more than 250 weapons, including 41 machine guns and two short-barreled rifles.
Vermin Supreme is running. So is Seven the Dog. Former Alaska Sen. Mike Gravel’s campaign is run by two teens on Twitter. Who are the people running for president that you’ll probably never hear about?
With the teams returning to Dignity Health Sports Park on Friday for their first meeting of 2019, Times reporter Kevin Baxter interviewed a cross section of fans, players, coaches, broadcasters and club executives for this oral history of one of the most memorable games in recent MLS history.
A strong earthquake hit Friday near the Greek capital of Athens, causing residents to run into the streets in fear and firefighters to check for people trapped in elevators.
A 78-year-old South Korean man died hours after setting himself on fire near the Japanese Embassy in Seoul on Friday, police said.
The Dodgers asked season-ticket holders for their first payment for 2020 seats by Aug. 22. And, by the way, prices have gone up again.
Gordon Parks’ 1961 images of favela dweller Flávio da Silva for Life magazine, on display at a current Getty exhibit, sparked a media spat between Brazil and the U.S. Da Silva tells The Times what the series meant to him
EssilorLuxottica, which has near-monopoly control over the eyewear industry, may be about to get even bigger, this time swallowing the business that owns the For Eyes glasses chain.
Some of the governor’s supporters are baffled by his decision to block two Bay Area cities from raising local taxes above state limits, exemptions he said were unneeded.
The sale of the Manor in Holmby Hills pushed L.A. County’s price record to $120 million. Here’s a look back at L.A.'s priciest sales historically.
One year later, Jonathan Gold remembered in (mostly) his own words.
We remember Jonathan Gold with the gift he gave to everybody whether they ate with him or not.
See the best images from Day 1 of Comic-Con 2019 in San Diego, Calif.
Franchise favorite Eddie Furlong will reteam with Linda Hamilton for “Terminator: Dark Fate,” producer James Cameron revealed at the film’s Comic-Con panel.
When you think of high-flying heroic deeds, “Top Gun,” Tom Cruise and, of course, Conan O’Brien are the first things that come to mind.