This year’s astounding number of rejections for UC applicants reveals several big problems, including the woeful unpopularity of the humanities.
Jordan’s tribes have long been the kingdom’s bedrock and a source of support for the monarchy. But an alleged royal plot may change that.
Barriers to an equitable education include concentrated poverty in communities, high suspension rates and housing insecurity, a UCLA report found.
The die-off has reignited debate over a fence near the northern tip of Point Reyes that separates elk from cattle ranches.
The plan would end a U.S. war that was sparked exactly 20 years before by the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington.
Prosecutors announced the charge against Kim Potter, who a day earlier resigned from the Brooklyn Center police department.
White supremacists failed to turn out big crowds in Huntington Beach and elsewhere but have more coming, say experts on extremist groups.
Madoff, who came to epitomize Wall Street corruption as the economy plunged into the worst downturn since the Great Depression, died of natural causes.
Men are more likely to die from COVID-19, but less likely to get vaccinated. The gender gap troubles public health experts.
Though Pollo Campero has dozens of outlets in the U.S., travelers returning from Central American bring loads of its fried chicken — a literal taste of home.
Kurniawan, who bilked wine collectors by selling cheaper booze that he re-bottled at home in Arcadia, has been sent back to Indonesia.
A slightly better throw to first might have delivered a no-hitter to Trevor Bauer in his first start in Chavez Ravine as a Dodger.
In March, slightly more than half of homes sold for over the asking price across Los Angeles. In some spots, the share was even bigger.
Jordan’s tribes have long been the kingdom’s bedrock and a source of support for the monarchy. But accusations of seditious scheming may change that.
As it marches toward the Oscars, “Nomadland” sparks continued debate over its portrayal of working conditions for Amazon warehouse workers.
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The Oscar-nominated visual effects team scanned a huge physical building, chopped the images into basic architectural elements and then mixed and matched to create its city.
Andy Cohen, Dan Levy and Billy Eichner are among celebrities celebrating ‘Bachelor’ star Colton Underwood coming out on ‘Good Morning America.’
Andra Day, Maria Bakalova, Vanessa Kirby and Amanda Seyfried adjust to a new life of job offers, advice and confidence
Mindy Kaling, Barry Jenkins, Rian Johnson, Jon M. Chu and other celebs are paying tribute to ArcLight Cinemas, which won’t reopen post-pandemic.
The All-Star accounted for 42% of his team’s points in one of his most impressive all-around performances since joining the team two years ago.
Frank Vogel was mourning a mentor and friend as he coached the Lakers past the Hornets 101-93 on Tuesday in Charlotte to finish 4-3 on a challenging road trip.
The L.A. Convention Center will play host to the Sparks’ first 11 home games because Staples Center is overrun with delayed NBA and NHL games.
NBA All-Star and Kobe Bryant fan DeMar DeRozan, who hails from the Southland, remembers the monumental night the Lakers legend played his final game.
The Supreme Court weighs the rights of conservative Christians who oppose same-sex marriages.
Egypt has impounded a massive cargo vessel that got stuck in the Suez Canal, and has demanded $900 billion in compensation for the blockage.
Britain’s long-reigning monarch has returned to fulfilling royal duties four days after the death of her husband and closest confidant, Prince Philip.
A white police officer from Wisconsin who was investigated and cleared for shooting and injuring a Black man during a domestic dispute has returned from administrative leave.
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