The 18-year-old Sacramento resident, who was recently chosen to be the second national youth poet laureate, is dedicated to social change.
As the Communist Party’s centennial nears, China is erasing official wrongs and party history to create a triumphalist story for a young generation.
One of America’s largest unions votes to help organize Amazon warehouse and delivery workers, the first such nationwide effort.
Sick of endless fireworks? Cops and firefighters who won’t get vaccinated? I’ve got a plan to fix all that and more.
Generational peers say they should give way, find other ways to serve.
Of the 123 people confirmed to have been infected with the variant in L.A. County, 110 were unvaccinated.
Biden set July 4 as a symbolic deadline for marking ‘our independence from this virus.’
The $1-trillion deal, if successfully enacted, would mark Biden’s first major bipartisan legislative accomplishment.
Many are feared dead or trapped in the rubble after the collapse of part of a 12-story beachfront condo tower in the Miami suburb of Surfside.
The Clippers were on the brink yet jumped off the court with a Game 3 win that made the rollicking Staples Center crowd scream, sing and, yes, believe.
Dodgers slump continues in dramatic fashion, as four Cubs pitchers—despite eight walks—complete the first combined no-hitter in franchise history.
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Britney Spears finally spoke out about her conservatorship, but what’s next? ‘Once the system gets ahold of you, it is hard to get out,’ an attorney says.
The former congresswoman is pushing her former colleagues to make the sharing of intimate photos without consent a federal crime.
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A world that has long embraced love, light and acceptance is now making room for something else: QAnon.
Point Roberts, Wash., long prospered as an appendage of Canada. But pandemic restrictions cut it off from civilization.
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As an 18-year-old college student working part-time, Lakiarra Lofton, now 30, mismanaged her checking account. When the fees became too much, she ended up walking away from that account. She has spent most of her adult life using check-cashing services, prepaid debit cards and, most recently, fee-free mobile banking.
With Sung Kang’s Han back in action and director Justin Lin at the wheel, the ninth “Fast & Furious” flick is a pretty smooth ride.
Consumers are excited to get back to live events. But ‘virtual’ shows aren’t going away, according to a new study from UTA.
Fiction and nonfiction collide in the decades-spanning relationship drama “I Carry You With Me.”
The film academy will present honorary Oscars to Samuel L. Jackson, Elaine May and Liv Ullmann, and the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award to Danny Glover.
The Clippers defeat the Phoenix Suns 106-92 in Game 3 of conference finals to cut their series deficit to 2-1 by putting Game 2 loss behind them.
Mookie Betts, who left Tuesday night’s game in San Diego because of flu-like symptoms and did not play in Wednesday night’s series finale against the Padres, is back in the Dodgers lineup.
By highlighting the banned practice of doctoring baseballs, Major League Baseball sends an unintended message that the sport is populated by cheaters.
Lakers assistant Jason Kidd is in discussions with the Dallas Mavericks about their head coaching job, according to people close to the situation.
The Biden administration aims to reduce immigration from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, the so-called Northern Triangle. Why target those nations?
The former Minneapolis police officer, 45, could receive up to 30 years in prison, experts say.
The $1-trillion infrastructure deal, if successfully enacted, would mark the first major bipartisan legislative accomplishment for Biden.
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Workers who got free COBRA coverage through the economic stimulus program should be able to transition to Affordable Care Act policies.
Venture capitalists have poured billions into the digital mental health space, but some apps offer little more than distraction — or could do harm.
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