There’s a lot of work to do before Hollywood can get fully back to work (SAG-AFTRA, anyone?). Now the industry is left to pick up the pieces of a long and disruptive work stoppage.
Among more than 20 gun-control laws California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed are one to tax ammunition and firearms, and another limiting who can obtain a concealed-carry permit.
In another attempt to settle a lawsuit, Los Angeles County has agreed to create 3,000 new mental health and substance use treatment beds by the end of 2026.
Kourtney Kardashian’s recent Poosh party in Malibu allegedly violated its permit. Some city leaders say it’s a trend among large events for the rich.
House Freedom Caucus members opposing the speaker’s deal with Democrats are revealing a self-destructive, countercultural tendency to reject all compromise, columnist Jonah Goldberg writes.
Since the yoga studio opened in 2017, residents have had to compete with yoga clients for parking. Driveways have been blocked and cars damaged.
In beloved career-launching and career-ending roles — and much in between — McCallum, who died Monday at 90, was always reason enough to tune in.
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Supreme Court holds that the Voting Rights Act requires a second congressional district with a near majority of Black voters in Alabama.
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The booming popularity of countertops made of engineered stone has driven a new epidemic of silicosis, an incurable lung disease, researchers have found.
After months on strike, Black writers and actors will soon find out whether members of the WGA and SAG-AFTRA truly care about diversity and inclusion.
The Rams defense hung tough against Cincinnati, but the offense failed to reach the end zone until it was too late, and the Bengals prevailed 19-16.
More than 9,000 asylum seekers and counting have crossed this week from Mexico to Eagle Pass, Texas, where the mayor declared a state of emergency and Border Patrol agents have become overwhelmed..
Some Lahaina residents are returning to their devastated properties for the first time since the historic Hawaiian town was destroyed by wildfire.