Nov. 18, 2019
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Residents in parts of 22 counties in the Sierra foothills and north Bay Area may have their electricity turned off starting Wednesday amid high winds and fire danger, the utility said.
The partygoers, who were gathered in the backyard to watch a football game, said it was too dark to see the shooters’ faces.
L.A. residents are not satisfied with the results of the millions of tax dollars spent on homelessness and think it’s time to break with longstanding practices. But even with those reservations, they would be willing to continue or expand funding, a Times poll found.
The lawsuit alleges the brand targeted young people and failed to give warnings about health risks.
A lack of permanent leadership, changing mandates, and high attrition under the Trump administration is hurting the federal government’s third-largest agency, the agency’s inspector general warns.
Two correctional officers responsible for guarding Jeffrey Epstein when he took his own life are expected to face criminal charges this week for falsifying prison records.
Chick-fil-A picked a new lineup of charities for 2020, but it didn’t rule out giving to anti-LGBTQ groups in the future.
Last week, a Saugus High School student pulled a pistol from his backpack, shooting five classmates and himself. Now, Santa Clarita, still reeling from devastating wildfires, faces an even deeper grief.
Sierra Nevada forests are vital for California’s water supply and wildlife, but are under siege from drought, beetles and climate change. Can scientists use drought-surviving trees to build more resilient forests?
Months of protest have driven many Hong Kongers to consider moving abroad and rekindled memories of the 1990s, when hundreds of thousands fled out of fear of communist rule.
“All of that arrogance and cockiness that y’all have seen me use before, God is now using for him,” Kanye West said Sunday at Joel Osteen’s megachurch.
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The Bernie Sanders election machine is powered by the renewed zeal of his followers in the aftermath of his heart attack and the endorsement from Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
President Trump has made winning the freedom of Americans detained abroad a top priority. But there’s one country where he’s struggled to secure their release: Iran
China’s foreign ministry lashed out at The New York Times on Monday over its release of leaked documents portraying the inner workings of Beijing’s campaign to detain more than a million Muslims in reeducation camps.
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