Recriminations and allegations of shoddy maintenance and corruption emerge in the wake of a Mexico City train crash that killed 26.
Business owners in Nepal’s Solukhumbu region, which draws mountaineers from all over, are buried in debt, with almost no income and no relief in sight.
From climate change to voting rights, the company has been willing to risk backlash by taking positions on contentious social issues.
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco and Bishop Robert McElroy of San Diego are on opposite sides of the high-stakes debate over whether politicians who support abortion rights should be denied Communion.
The university seeks restitution from Michael Schroder for first-class airfare, resort stays, lavish meals and other costs.
The city is prepared to give out about 255,000 shots this week.
The option for in-person schooling has failed to draw back the vast majority of students.
The deadly crash off Point Loma shows how decades of heightened border enforcement and recent pandemic policies drive people to riskier crossings.
Read the latest in Tyrone Beason’s ‘My Country,’ a series that explores what ails, divides and unites America.
Anthony Davis helped the Lakers open a big lead and then hold off a Phoenix Suns rally, finishing with 42 points and 12 rebounds in the 123-110 victory.
The bullpen has been one of the Angels’ weak points this season, but it held strong in a 2-1 victory over the Dodgers that left Trevor Bauer upset.
USC defeated UCLA 3-1 to win the NCAA beach volleyball title for the third time on Sunday in Gulf Shores, Ala.
Cielito Lindo sits at the northeastern tip of Olvera Street and has ever since Diana Robertson’s grandmother founded the famous taqueria in 1934. Can a second location, roughly a mile and a half to the east, help keep the original afloat?
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Electrifying videos starring Kitaen sealed her icon status in the hearts and fantasies of a generation of rock fans.
‘That Damn Michael Che’ falls into several of the same comic traps as ‘SNL’ has under the leadership of Che and ‘Weekend Update’ co-anchor Colin Jost.
Paul Pescador explores gender identity at Tyler Park Presents. Plus, live theater, stolen treasures and how our pandemic year shaped the work of Maya Lin
‘The Raid’ made Joe Taslim a star. Now, he brings depth to Sub-Zero in ‘Mortal Kombat’ and dreams of doing more.
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A look at the 25-player All-Star high school football team for the 2021 spring season.
Angels manager Joe Maddon disputes report that Albert Pujols yelled at Maddon on the day he was released: ‘It was not what I actually witnessed.’
The Clippers started fast Sunday against New York but ended the home portion of their regular season with a 106-100 loss to the Knicks.
Trainer Bob Baffert, once again in the middle of a drug scandal, says Medina Spirit was never treated with the anti-inflammatory betamethasone.
Nearly a dozen countries, most in Africa, still lack any COVID vaccine doses. They include Chad, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Eritrea and Tanzania.
A blast ripped through an area near a high school in the Afghan capital Saturday, government officials said, killing 50 people.
Atty. Gen. Merrick Garland is making good on his promise to shift the Justice Department’s focus on civil rights after the tumult of the Trump years.
Scotland’s leader has told British Prime Minister Boris Johnson that a second Scottish independence referendum is “a matter of when, not if,” after her party won its fourth straight parliamentary election
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Paying bills electronically is more secure and efficient, helping you avoid credit-dinging late payments. Also: Reasons to open a Roth IRA.
A unique set of circumstances brought on by the pandemic has roiled the used car market, leading to an inventory shortage that has sent prices soaring.
Native American settlements were first, and then the rancho system -- Spanish then Mexican land grants throughout California -- were built atop and near those settlements and still shape our geography and place names.
Amid the push for herd immunity, 5% of adults may be avoiding vaccines due to an intense fear of needles. It is common, and it can be overcome.