As high schoolers throughout Southern California prepare for a return to the classroom for this first time in a year, we asked students to share their experiences.
Voters go to the polls in the two countries on Sunday in contentious elections shaped by fallout from the pandemic.
Around L.A., people are emerging from their pandemic cocoons, eager to be cooped up no longer.
When Bobby Sasson moved out, she thought she’d be able to return home to her husband and three children quickly. That didn’t work out.
Citing religious freedom, Santa Clara County residents objected to state restrictions on Bible study gatherings in homes. The Supreme Court agreed.
The children’s grandmother called police after she found the children dead and their mother gone. The children’s ages were 3, 2 and 6 months old.
Of the 73 allegations of less serious force, 33 have been resolved by the department, with none finding officers in the wrong. Other complaints remain under review.
The rally at the Huntington Beach Pier, which was advertised via social media, is one of several such demonstrations scheduled across the country.
Migrant families apprehended in Texas are being flown to San Diego and then bused to Tijuana, a city they do not know, without applying for asylum.
The Dodgers scored five second-inning runs, including a three-run homer by Chris Taylor, and AJ Pollock later added a three-run double in a 9-5 win.
After a canceled season in 2020, the Bowl will reopen with free shows for healthcare, grocery and other essential workers.
Hideki Matsuyama shot a seven-under 65 in the third round of the Masters and leads by four over four players, including Justin Rose, going into Sunday.
After serving in Johnson’s Cabinet, Clark set up a private law practice in New York in which he championed civil rights and fought the death penalty.
The left-handed pitcher became a star with the Dodgers in 1981, helping them to a World Series title, igniting Fernandomania and giving Mexicans a hero still revered today.
The 5-year-old is one of thousands of children and teens who have arrived at the U.S. southern border without a parent or legal guardian since January.
As Los Angeles was set to enter the orange tier, a salsa dancing scene emerged on Venice Beach. In these late pandemic days, it’s a sign of renewal.
Reggaeton star Karol G just turned 30, released her much-anticipated new album “KG0516" and parried rumors of a breakup with rapper Anuel AA.
Most Boyle Heights residents had switched their shopping loyalties years ago. Still, the impending closure represents the end of an era for the working-class neighborhood.
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Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz, a prominent conservative in Congress and a close ally of former President Trump, is being investigated as a part of a federal sex-trafficking inquiry involving a 17-year-old girl, according to people familiar with the case.
‘Them,’ about a Black family fighting racism and supernatural forces in the 1950s, includes warnings about its graphic depictions of racist violence.
Born Earl Simmons, the New York-based rapper and actor was hospitalized after having a heart attack following a drug overdose.
Our weekend picks also include drive-in opera, an in-person screening of “Singin’ in the Rain” and a dance party with BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors.
Times Book Prize finalists Rachel Howzell Hall, Ivy Pochoda, S.A. Crosby, Jennifer Hillier and Christopher Bollen talk about race, place and genre.
Before golfers could bring their own staff to the Masters, Black caddies in August, Ga., played key roles supporting the green jacket winners.
The Angels waited out a rain delay that pushed back the first pitch by more than 2½ hours and then were crushed 15-1 by the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday.
Jalen Hill struggled daily with the pressures of life before he realized that by quitting the UCLA basketball team he could concentrate on himself.
Galaxy’s Sebastian Lletget apologized for using a homophobic slur popular at Mexican national team games in a video posted on Instagram.
Voters go to the polls in the South American countries on Sunday in contentious elections shaped by fallout from the pandemic.
A U.S. Army second lieutenant is suing two Virginia police officers over a traffic stop during which the officers drew their guns and pointed them at him.
The trial of an ex-Minneapolis officer charged in George Floyd’s death has shown viewers defense and prosecution tactics aimed at swaying the jury.
New details reveal more about the state of fear and panic on the Capitol during the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection.
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