On the eve of the Golden Globes telecast, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. continues to face a backlash over its response to criticism that the voting body does not have a single Black member.
The protest started around noon and drew 20 to 30 people, said LAPD Officer Sean Murray. No arrests had been reported by 2 p.m., nor were vaccination efforts interrupted, he said.
Some L.A.-area private schools used restricted access codes and other strategies to get staff vaccinated while the county’s supply was limited. As of Monday, the scramble will be on for all schools.
To many in Huntington Beach, former UFC star Tito Ortiz is almost a Trump-like figure — a larger-than-life celebrity with a brash social media presence and a legion of loyal fans.
Union Rescue Mission director Andy Bales is indefatigable, despite major health challenges.
The U.S. now has a third vaccine to prevent COVID-19.
Newsom flatly rejects the suggestion that politics have played a role in his pandemic decisions.
Federal officials are expressing worry that the decline in daily new coronavirus cases nationwide is starting to flatten and warned states against relaxing COVID-19 restrictions.
A group opposed to Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. George Gascón plans to file a notice of intent to begin the recall process in March.
Canelo Alvarez defeats challenger Avni Yildirim in the third round of a super-middleweight title fight at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla.
Former NFL football player and author Emmanuel Acho will host the final episode of this season’s “The Bachelor,” after its original host, Chris Harrison, was criticized for deflecting a contestant’s racist behavior in an interview.
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The mystery over Lady Gaga’s stolen French bulldogs and attack on her dog walker deepened even after the dogs were safely recovered.
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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo responded with a statement Saturday saying he never made advances toward her and never intended to be inappropriate.
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