As coronavirus cases surge during the busy holiday shopping season, uncertainty and unease have set in on Main Streets.
At Gleason Beach, a major highway realignment shows the complicated realities of dealing with climate change on the California coast.
While the reasons to despair are numerous, there is also a hope fueled by plates of hot food and optimism served up by East Hollywood’s Heleo Leyva.
The Justice Department is amending its execution protocols, easing a requirement that federal death sentences be conducted by lethal injection.
It’s open season year-round on Texas’ 3 million feral pigs, with hunters using thermal trackers, digital pig calls, helicopters and even hot-air balloons.
The temporary and limited stay-at-home order that takes effect Monday is not as restrictive as limits adopted earlier this year.
ICE uses physical abuse, solitary confinement and false documents to force Black and African asylum seekers onto ‘death planes,’ The Times has found through interviews and legal documents.
The president on Thursday renewed baseless claims that “massive fraud” and crooked local officials in battleground states led to his election defeat.
The killing of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahabadi is seen as part of the U.S. and Israel’s shadow war aimed at dismantling Iran’s nuclear weapons program.
The actor, once known for romantic comedies, has taken on darker roles of late — including as a potentially dangerous version of himself in HBO’s “The Undoing.”
The UCLA men’s basketball team picked up its first win of the season, leaning on a barrage of three-pointers in triple overtime to beat Pepperdine 107-98.
Not only is USC’s game against Colorado canceled, but next week’s matchup with Washington State might not be played either.
What to do with Thanksgiving leftovers
What are you going to do with all of that leftover Thanksgiving food? For starters, you can turn your stuffing into waffles (don’t forget to throw an egg on it) or you could make turkey gumbo. Mashed potatoes? Do you mean cheesy smashed potato sandwiches? Those green beans are begging to be added to a pasta. The possibilities are endless; the leftovers aren’t.
The greatest triumph of the season arrives on the day after Thanksgiving, when your protein-induced drowsiness has dissipated and the leftovers are yours to play with in the manner you desire.
In a community with more fast food options than grocery stores, organizations like Suprmrkt LA help fill the void by offering access to healthy, organic options.
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