Here’s a rundown of what changes today: No more masks required for most vaccinated people, with a few exceptions.
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In Santa Clara County, a key county reservoir had to be drained to reduce earthquake risks highlighted by federal regulators.
Lawyers representing the Biden administration urged a panel of judges on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to repeal the law.
Many immigration advocates worry Biden is abandoning his promise for broad reform, but he still may be able to help DACA recipients.
The Biden administration is rushing to welcome a new Israeli government, not because they will agree on policies but because it is a break from turmoil surrounding the former prime minister.
With a wink and a nod, Mike Nearman invited the Dec. 21 attack. The bipartisan vote for his expulsion was 59-1.
Democrats are set to consider two voting-rights bills: the sweeping For the People Act and the narrower John Lewis Voting Rights Act.
The state Constitution requires lawmakers to pass a budget by June 15 or see their pay docked. But what they passed on Monday isn’t the final product.
A new intelligence report warns that adherents of the QAnon conspiracy theory could target Democrats and other political opponents for more violence.
Unlike Trump, Biden is eager to deliver a stern warning to the Russian leader — although it will occur in private.
The South Korean automaker has partnered with Disney on an unusually wide-ranging promotional partnership using popular Marvel characters and other franchises.
Southern California’s heat wave will be most intense Tuesday and Wednesday, with gradual cooling Thursday and into the weekend.
Audubon Middle School is pulsing with energy and ideas, but the South L.A. campus needs students -- and many of them need more engagement. Enter the music moguls.
The Clippers, a franchise that never got its act together for a legitimate title run, appear on the verge of taking the next step to greatness.
Are Californians ready for the next big earthquake? Our panel of peril weighs in.
Los Angeles will be the biggest beneficiary of the money, which was proposed by Gov. Gavin Newsom to help cannabis businesses acquire permanent licenses.
A mother and daughter vanish in Irvine. A husband offers a bizarre story. What happened?
Coronavirus: What You Need To Know
Ever wonder how everything works in an earthquake kit? Well, we’re here to fumble through it all just for you.
USC’s Annenberg Inclusion Initiative found that across 70 top music companies, there were only three Black top executives and two women of color.
‘The Daily Show’ host spent years working nonstop pre-pandemic. As we emerge back into the world, there could be some shifts in his priorities.
How a former Walt Disney Imagineering art director on Avengers Campus placed numerous props from his father throughout the new California Adventure land.
‘Gone Girl’ actor Lisa Banes has died 10 days after being injured in a hit-and-run accident in New York.
The Dodgers were held to just three hits, but a strong outing from the bullpen and a couple home runs proved to be the difference in a 3-1 win.
Kawhi Leonard’s dunk heard round the NBA during the second quarter of Game 4 embodied the Clippers’ win Monday that evened the best-of-seven series.
Dylan Bundy struggled, giving up seven earned runs in 2 1/3 innings as the Angels saw their winning streak disappear in an 8-5 loss to the Athletics.
Harkins, fired by the Angels amid MLB crackdown on pitch-doctoring, is looking to appeal after his defamation suit against team and MLB was dismissed.
The right-wing GOP firebrand says she is sorry for her comments comparing the required wearing of masks in the House to the horrors of the Holocaust.
A new analysis of blood samples from 24,000 Americans is the latest study to suggest that the coronavirus popped up in the U.S. in December 2019.
John Demers, the Justice Department’s top national security official, is resigning after revelations the department secretly seized records from Democrats and media members.
Israel’s new government has granted approval to a contentious parade by Israeli nationalists through Palestinian areas around Jerusalem’s Old City.
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You can buy a plethora of earthquake kits online, but which ones are the best for the price? Here’s a look at four off-the-shelf options.
L.A. chefs, restaurateurs and the Food staff share the food and drink items they would want in their earthquake kits.
Staples for a “cook’s kit” to keep with your emergency supplies. They’ll make make eating during the fallout more enjoyable.
MyShake is the early-warning app recommended for Southern Californians. But there are others you can download. What are they and which ones might you want?