Dec. 10, 2019
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The House Judiciary Committee is expected to approve the articles — and potentially add more charges — during a session that could last more than 24 hours.
The University of California is violating civil and educational rights of disadvantaged students by requiring SAT or ACT tests, two lawsuits say.
Adulting classes have swelled in popularity, in part because many high schools have largely abandoned courses such as home economics that help students navigate the path to adulthood, experts say.
Subscriber exclusive: Times Food critics Bill Addison and Patricia Escárcega compiled a list of 101 places to eat in L.A. Their top picks include familiar names and brand-new entrants.
An unknown number of people are killed as gunfire erupts in a Jersey City, N.J., neighborhood. Residents and a school are locked down.
The DMV admits its driver handbook “is written at a level that is above where it should be,” which means much of it is incomprehensible to ordinary people.
A legislative study finds that the next 10 years could determine the fate of the California coast and urges state and local officials to act quickly.
A new study from Heal the Bay shows that L.A. won’t achieve its collective clean water goal until 2082 — more than 60 years after a local deadline.
‘The Expanse,’ formerly on Syfy, joins Amazon Prime for its fourth season Friday. The creators say it’s perfect for the transition to streaming.
The performance ‘Un violador en tu camino,’ created by Chilean art collective Lastesis, has been staged around the world. On Sunday, it was at LACMA.
Netflix said on Tuesday that more than 26.4 million households have watched critically acclaimed film"The Irishman” by Martin Scorsese on its platform.
The girlfriend of Patrick Mahomes said she and the Chiefs quarterback’s brother were moved for their own safety during Sunday’s game in New England.
Running back Joshua Kelley was the only member of the UCLA Bruins to be selected as a member of the All-Pac-12 Conference first or second teams.
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