He emerged as a heartthrob on television’s “Peyton Place” in the 1960s. Yet Ryan O’Neal achieved his most enduring fame as the longtime companion of Farrah Fawcett.
More than a week after the arrest of Jerrid Joseph Powell in connection with the shooting deaths of three homeless men and an L.A. county employee, much remains wrapped in mystery, including a motive in the slayings.
Gov. Gavin Newsom said his staff has been working with Democrats in the Legislature on the state’s healthcare minimum wage law in light of budget concerns.
A nine-count indictment was unsealed on the eve of President Biden’s arrival in Southern California.
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The Los Angeles Protective League’s Jamie McBride wrote a recent column in the union’s monthly newsletter accusing the department of lowering its standards on beards and hair.
President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden are attending a Hollywood fundraiser hosted by directors Steven Spielberg and Rob Reiner.
Ghostwriter Kristin Loberg and many of her clients have apologized for misusing authors’ words without attribution. But publishing firms have been largely quiet.
The Palestinian cause — and hostility toward Israel — has shifted from the sidelines of student activism to a robust political movement at U.S. colleges.
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