The Dodgers’ World Series win has been marred by Justin Turner’s act of selfishness and disappointment, writes columnist Bill Plaschke.
French anti-terrorism prosecutors are investigating a fatal knife attack at a church in the Mediterranean city of Nice.
The high-profile talent manager, who was already facing charges in a series of alleged assaults from 2012 to 2015, was arrested by the LAPD Wednesday.
A divided Los Angeles City Council backed off from a proposal to allow the removal of homeless encampments — if shelter is first offered.
Two lesser-known propositions on California’s statewide ballot — 14 and 24 — deserve voters’ attention. But only Proposition 24 deserves a “yes” vote, columnist George Skelton writes.
Strict ballot deadlines and the unreliable performance of the Postal Service could disenfranchise thousands of voters
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said he personally asked his longtime advisor Rick Jacobs, who has been accused of sexual misconduct, to take a leave.
China has already injected hundreds of thousands of people with experimental COVID-19 vaccines under an “emergency use” program. But that is raising questions about safety and accountability.
Together, the Silverado and Blue Ridge fires have consumed more than 27,000 acres, but destruction to property has been relatively light.
Texas teens and 20-somethings are voting early in huge numbers. They exemplify a trend around much of the nation, where the youth vote is powering record-setting early balloting.
A month after seven people were shot at an illegal marijuana cultivation site, Riverside County’s worst mass killing in recent memory remains a mystery.
Two families’ struggle for justice reveals the dark truth of Saudi Arabia’s labor system.
After 27 months wrongly jailed in Vietnam for actions to “overthrow” government, Michael Nguyen returns to Orange County, thanking “community” of people who fought for his release.
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Tracking the Coronavirus
For months, Los Angeles parents have held on to hope that public school campuses would reopen soon. It’s unlikely to happen before January, officials say.
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.
Los Angeles Dodgers fans from around the country swarmed Arlington, Texas and witnessed the team win their first World Series in 32 years. And, of course, they celebrated.
How do you make sociopolitical satire when the president is commending kidnappers and the Kardashians are calling their escape to a private island “normal”? You can’t.
The University of Pittsburgh has acquired the archive of playwright August Wilson, which contains recordings, letters, artwork and poetry.
A Spotify executive this week seemed to defend the appearance of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on its platform, after removing the Infowars founder’s content in 2018.
“This Is Us” adapted on the fly to COVID-19 and protests against racial injustice: “It almost felt irresponsible to not take on the moment,” says its creator.
Here’s a breakdown of what those players accomplished this season.
Former NFL quarterback standout Rich Gannon sees the physical abilities of Chargers’ Justin Herbert, but believes the rookie’s ability to think quickly is a difference-maker.
LAFC secured a playoff birth with a 2-1 win over the Houston Dynamo coupled with a Galaxy loss to the Portland Timbers earlier.
UCLA defensive lineman Steven Mason has been suspended indefinitely after his arrest earlier this month on suspicion of felony domestic violence and child endangerment.
Peaceful protests in Philadelphia give way to more unrest as some demonstrators clash with police over a Black man’s fatal shooting by cops.
South Korea’s top court has upheld a 17-year prison sentence for former President Lee Myung-bak, who was convicted of corruption.
If former Vice President Biden wins, here’s a look at who might be on his foreign policy team.
Throngs who attended a Trump rally in Nebraska were stranded in freezing weather for hours after before they could get back to their cars.
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