With strict limits on indoor commerce, some businesses bent or broke public health rules to serve their customers. Owners say they had little choice.
L.A. County officials said they are concerned about low COVID-19 vaccination numbers among healthcare workers in South L.A. and other communities of color.
L.A. County supervisors have endorsed the use of schools as vaccine centers. The campuses are trusted neighborhood hubs in communities hit hard by the coronavirus.
The European Union’s dispute with AstraZeneca has intensified, with the drugmaker denying it had pulled out of talks on COVID-19 vaccine supplies.
President Biden plans to reopen the HealthCare.gov markets for a special sign-up opportunity for people without medical coverage in the pandemic.
An executive order signed by President Biden last week changed federal funding rules in a way that could potentially lift thousands of homeless Angelenos off the streets as the coronavirus continues to rage.
Trump separated families. But Obama broke his promise to pass immigration reform. Biden’s opening immigration moves are strong, but will he disappoint too?
The pandemic’s toll and anger over Brexit in Scotland and Northern Ireland are fueling warnings that the United Kingdom could be headed for a breakup.
After hearing powerful first-hand accounts of officers rescuing children from sex traffickers, the Los Angeles Police Commission called on the City Council to protect anti-trafficking efforts from budget cuts.
UC Berkeley will strip Kroeber Hall, home of the anthropology department, of its namesake after a unanimous committee vote.
The Biden administration will announce new actions to combat climate change and take the first step toward a ban on oil leasing on federal land.
From Virginia races this year to the 2022 midterm, Republicans will face contests that pit Trump loyalists against those who want to distance the party from him.
Forty-five Senate Republicans supported a resolution by Sen. Rand Paul that said the trial is illegal because Trump is a private citizen and no longer president.
Disillusioned by Trump’s defeat and banished from mainstream social media, far-right leaders are engaged in a “meme war” to recruit new members.
Kemp Powers tops off a career in journalism with the screenplays for critical hits ‘Soul’ and ‘One Night in Miami’
Even if general manager Les Snead won’t say it, the Rams have made it clear they want to make someone other than Jared Goff their starter at quarterback.
Dana Point is one of four places in the world to receive the designation designed to keep cetaceans safe.
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Tuesday was the one-year anniversary of the helicopter crash in Calabasas that killed Laker legend Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, and seven others.
It’s been one year since Kobe Bryant’s death, but the Lakers legend’s impact on our lives and the tragedy of his loss remain all too real.
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Kobe Bryant’s former teammates Robert Horry, Rick Fox, Brian Shaw and Devean George share their thoughts about what made the Lakers legend so great.
People visited murals around Los Angeles on Monday dedicated to Lakers star Kobe Bryant and daughter Gianna, who were killed along with seven others in a helicopter crash Jan. 26, 2020. Fans’ words of admiration held a theme: Don’t take life for granted.
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The filmmaker writes about his road to getting the sometimes dark story of a servant determined to rise up to become a free man to the screen.
Oscars for director and cinematography often go hand in hand. “Nomadland” could continue the trend.
The Getty Foundation announces the 45 SoCal institutions that will receive research grants for ‘Pacific Standard Time: Art x Science x L.A.’
He talks with The Times about his novel “Truly Like Lightning,” Mormonism, the patriarchy, sex, political correctness and, of course, Harold Bloom.
With Kawhi Leonard and Paul George out because of COVID-19 protocols , the Clippers learn “next man up” might not work in a superstar-driven league.
Curt Schilling, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens fell short again in Hall of Fame voting. An induction ceremony will take place in July for 2020 inductees.
Rams assistant Shane Waldron will leave to join the Seattle Seahawks as offensive coordinator.
UCLA and Oregon, which already had two scheduled games postponed, had to postpone two more scheduled for next week because of COVID-19 issues with the Ducks.
Holocaust survivors commemorate their lost loved ones as the world marks the 76th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazis’ Auschwitz death camp.
A man who was pepper sprayed by Ted Wheeler, the mayor of Portland, Ore., outside a restaurant is identified by police as a lawyer named Cary Cadonau.
Russian lawmakers have quickly approved the extension of the last remaining Russia-U.S. nuclear arms control pact just days before it’s due to expire.
Eschewing the Trump administration’s approach, President Biden is restoring U.S. relations with the Palestinians and renewing aid to Palestinian refugees.
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