July 21, 2019
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Heavy winter rainfall damaged roads leading into Idyllwild, leaving the artsy mountain community largely cut off from surrounding areas.
The Trump administration has quietly dismantled or cut back multiple programs that were created after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks to help detect and prevent terrorism involving weapons of mass destruction, a Times investigation has found.
Puerto Rico’s embattled governor — who had gone almost entirely silent amid mass protests for his resignation — said Sunday that he wouldn’t seek reelection.
The former Crystal Cathedral, a Southern California landmark that has long stood at the intersection of kitsch and postmodernism just three miles from Disneyland, has been officially rededicated by the most unlikely of saviors: the Catholic Church.
Krassner was a key figure in the swirling cultural upheaval that began in the late 1950s and continued through the Vietnam era. He founded the influential underground magazine the Realist. He also coined the term “Yippie” in 1967 and co-founded the Youth International Party.
A bullet fired from the street entered a home and killed a 59-year-old Long Beach woman.
Besides Marvel’s “Phase 4" slate, this year’s Comic-Con was defined by a dearth of major studio movies. The question is, did anyone care?
Manny Pacquiao’s triumph over Keith Thurman would be the perfect way for the boxer to end his prolific boxing career, but is he thinking about retirement?
HUD says L.A. failed to ensure properties built with public money were accessible to people who use wheelchairs or have other disabilities.
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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.
The Black Widow lives on in a prequel, coming out May 2020. Scarlett Johansson says the timing is perfect.
Guillermo del Toro, a master of making on-screen monsters, unveiled his latest at Comic-Con 2019: the Jangly Man, from his upcoming film “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.”
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