July 21, 2019
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Most of the presidential candidates have stampeded to the left on immigration, apparently in hopes of channeling voter indignation and winning support from Latinos.
Heavy winter rainfall damaged roads leading into Idyllwild, leaving the artsy mountain community largely cut off from surrounding areas.
Thousands in Hong Kong repeat demands for direct elections and an independent investigation into police tactics used in previous demonstrations.
Japan placed restrictions on exports to South Korea of materials essential to its semiconductor industry amid an impasse between the two governments over reparations dating from World War II. It’s part of a trend among some of the world’s most powerful nations.
L.A. County got a record 21,631 homeless people into housing in the past year. But a breakdown of that number obtained by The Times shows a much more complicated picture of who gets housed and how.
HUD says L.A. failed to ensure properties built with public money were accessible to people who use wheelchairs or have other disabilities.
The nearly hourlong chase started on the 405 Freeway in Orange County, eventually ending as a foot pursuit into the ocean.
Manny Pacquiao defied age and reminded the boxing world of his championship pedigree with a victory over Keith Thurman in a World Boxing Assn. welterweight unification title bout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Saturday night.
A young Oxnard couple has been arrested on suspicion of strangling a newborn baby boy in a hospital just hours after the woman gave birth.
The blast rocked the Riverside County neighborhood and killed Wade Kilpatrick, 31, a construction technician for Southern California Gas Co.
The actor appears set on shaking up his real estate portfolio, listing both his Encino home and a Lake Arrowhead retreat for sale.
In the Hollywood Hills, a newly remodeled home brings together Japanese and traditional design details. Asking price: $7.9 million.
Marvel shares details on Black Widow, Thor, The Eternal and more. First up is “Black Widow,” a prequel story slated for May 1.
Thandie Newton, Evan Rachel Wood, Tessa Thompson, Jeffrey Wright and newcomer Aaron Paul discuss the series’ complex plotting.
Kristen Bell, D’Arcy Carden, Manny Jacinto, Ted Danson, William Jackson Harper, Jameela Jamil and showrunner Mike Schur shared tidbits about the final season.
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