Sep. 16, 2019
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A new report about the death of Noah Cuatro has absolved the Department of Children and Family Services of responsibility in the case.
As Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh begins his second year on the Supreme Court, new reporting has detailed how the FBI limited in its investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct against him.
The biggest immediate problem for California’s high-speed rail project is land acquisitions. Mismanagement of them is contributing to construction delays, cost increases, litigation and the launch of a federal audit.
Joe Biden, storied speechifier whose verbal gaffes have come under scrutiny, had a stutter as a child. How he overcame it says a lot about his character and speaking style.
A few months ago, Jose Bello’s future looked grim: detention, imprisonment, deportation and a long-term separation from his infant son.
On Friday, state Senate leader Toni Atkins (D-San Diego) showed us how a healthy, productive legislature works — one that independently pushes its own ideas about public policy and leaves it to the governor to decide whether to sign or veto a bill. Atkins rejected Gov. Gavin Newsom’s request to shelve her landmark anti-Trump environmental protection measure, SB 1.
In a troubling national trend that has perplexed advocates and experts, pedestrian deaths are increasing, disproportionately affecting lower-income, minority communities.
Iran calls the U.S. accusation that it was behind an attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure part of Washington’s policy of “maximum lies.”
More than 49,000 members of the United Auto Workers union went on strike early Monday as contract talks with General Motors broke down.
The company that made billions selling the prescription painkiller OxyContin filed for bankruptcy in days after reaching a tentative settlement with many of the state and local governments suing it over the toll of opioids.
The singer and songwriter for the Cars helped define the sound of the angled-haircut 1980s with songs including “Just What I Needed,” “Shake It Up” and more.
Developed nations emit the most greenhouse gases, while poor countries suffer the worst consequences of the greenhouse effect. We must help them.
Technological advances could one day claw back some of the carbon and other greenhouse gases we’ve already emitted. But it would be foolhardy to count on them.
The Los Angeles Times editorial board has written about climate change for years. Here’s why we thought this was the right moment for a bigger, broader series of editorials on the subject.
A-ha’s MTV classic is nearing 1 billion YouTube views and is a cash cow for its creators. But “Take on Me’s” origin story is as tricky as its multi-octave chorus.
Phyllis Newman, who won the 1962 Tony for best supporting actress in the musical “Subways Are for Sleeping,” later went on to lead causes fighting diseases and issues relating to women’s health.
With Plácido Domingo absent for the season opener, L.A. Opera kicks off a Barrie Kosky take on Puccini that’s pointed toward a new generation.
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