April 8, 2020
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Newsom’s decision to lend 500 state-owned ventilators to New York and other coronavirus hot spots outside California has caught some local officials in his own state off guard as they scramble to acquire the much-needed medical equipment, particularly in Riverside County.
As shoppers rushed to grocery stores to stock up on food staples, they cleaned out egg aisles across the country. That has boosted egg prices.
Effective Friday, Los Angeles workers and residents must wear a mask, bandanna or other type of face covering while at essential businesses under an order from Mayor Eric Garcetti.
With mechanical ventilators in short supply, doctors are scrambling to find alternatives for patients fighting the coronavirus. Here are some of their options.
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A slow-moving storm has unleashed steady precipitation across Southern California over the past two days, drenching urban areas with rain and pounding the mountains with powder.
A second construction worker at the SoFi Stadium development in Inglewood has tested positive for COVID-19; mandatory temperature checks are being instituted.
The complaint, filed with the Department of Homeland Security office of the inspector general, is a latest in a series by the ACLU advocating for better conditions for asylum-seekers in custody.
Tripp’s secretly recorded conversations with White House intern Monica Lewinsky led to the 1998 impeachment of President Clinton. She was 70.
A man charged with manslaughter in the Ghost Ship blaze that killed 36 partygoers at an Oakland warehouse may be released from jail because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong offers to purchase St. Vincent Medical Center personally, rather than through his foundation, in an attempt to create a coronavirus “central command” center.
Instagram stars Las Cardachians, a duo of Colombian satirists, capture the zeitgeist of the moment in a song that is brief and to the point.
It may test the patience of adults, but “Trolls World Tour” is likely to entertain kids stuck inside during the coronavirus outbreak.
Former Times staffer Robert Hilburn opines that from his debut album in 1971, John Prine, who recently died, was one of the greatest songwriters America has ever produced.
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Todd Gurley and Clay Matthews caused a social media stir by intimating that the Rams had not paid them money owed.
Lakers star LeBron James tells reporters Wednesday that he’s “proud of what we were able to accomplish to this point.” He hopes to resume title chase if it’s safe.
The coronavirus pandemic is short-circuiting the global food supply chain, disrupting the seafood, dairy and almond industries.
Authorities have recovered the body of a grandson of former Maryland Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, two days after the body of the boy’s mother was found in the water after a canoeing accident
In the battle for regional influence, coronavirus worries make Middle East countries vulnerable to disinformation campaigns.
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