Homeless services providers are trying to figure out what to do while they struggle with the tall order of finding shelter for 4,000 homeless people who are temporarily being housed in hotels but must leave soon.
Biden’s debate remark about a transition away from oil generates glee from Republicans. The argument illustrates why climate politics is politically hard.
Kelly Rodriguez, who was appointed after Robert Handy’s retirement, cites political division as a reason for stepping down as the Huntingtin Beach Police Department’s interim police chief.
Enrique Marquez Jr. gets 20 years in prison for supplying the rifles used in an attack that killed 14 people in San Bernardino in 2015.
The three misdemeanor charges follow a Times investigation that uncovered years of complaints by veterinarians.
White supremacist acts jumped 38% and attacks on the transgender community surged 64% in 2019, with overall hate crimes in the region continuing an upward trend.
Field reports from police commanders at protests show that between 6% and 7% resulted in violence, destruction or serious uses of force.
L.A.'s financial crisis triggered by the coronavirus has gotten worse, with analysts warning the shortfall could reach $600 million
If nearly all Americans would wear face masks when they leave their homes, they could save over 100,000 lives by the end of February, a study says.
Live updates and analysis from Game 3 of the World Series between the Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. The series is tied 1-1.
Everything you need to know about Chang’e, Phillipa Soo’s breakout character in the Netflix animated feature ‘Over the Moon.’
Key pieces of the reactor vessels will be removed via underwater operations
U.S. safety regulators have known about U.S.-built Tesla suspension issues since at least 2016 but never took action.
Tracking the Coronavirus
A study finds mask-wearing could spare more than 100,000 — perhaps over half a million — lives in the U.S. through February.
Of the 3,600 new coronavirus infections reported in L.A. County on Thursday, officials said roughly 2,000 were from a backlog of tests.
Experts warn of pandemic fatigue and complacency with the approaching holidays, which have the potential to be super-spreading events.
Proposition 16 asks Californians whether race and gender should be considered in matters of public education, government contracting and government employment. Supporters and opponents of this year’s proposition seem to have the same goal: ensure equality.
Meet Maria Bakalova, the breakout Bulgarian actress who plays Borat’s daughter (and Rudy Giuliani’s interviewer) in the new ‘Borat’ sequel.
For the first time since COVID shutdowns, and the first time since retirement, former Times critic Kenneth Turan sees a movie, Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet,” in a theater. Here’s what brought him back.
Puerto Rican superstar Bad Bunny was spotted filming what appeared to be a commercial for a popular snack food in Boyle Heights.
“The Queen’s Gambit,” about a female chess prodigy (Anya Taylor-Joy), is exciting, entertaining and convincing — especially when it comes to the game itself.
Julio Urías is buoyed by calls and texts from family and friends in his Mexican hometown as he prepares to start World Series Game 4 for the Dodgers.
The NBA and its players union are in talks about the 2020-21 season start, which includes a proposal to begin around Christmas and another with bubble sites.
Experienced starters Alijah Vera-Tucker, Jalen McKenzie and Brett Neilon will probably be joined by Liam Jimmons and Andrew Vorhees on the offensive line.
Chargers rookie Kenneth Murray Jr. has shown promising flashes while filling in a role as one of the defensive leaders in absence of injured defensive star Derwin James.
China’s paramount leader, Xi Jinping, sees himself as a savior, anointed to steer the Communist Party and China away from corruption and foreign influence, into a ‘new era’ of prosperity, power and political devotion. Whether his vision matches reality is another question.
After avoiding the Armenia-Azerbaijan clashes of the last month, the Trump administration meets with parties to debate solutions.
Nigeria’s president urges demonstrators to stop their rallies.
The United Nations’ World Food Program, recently named a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, is aiming for zero food hunger by 2030.
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