California has funneled billions of dollars toward curbing planet-warming gases from cows. Environmental experts and other critics say the plan stinks.
California’s respiratory virus season is ramping up, prompting officials to renew their calls for residents to get vaccinated in hopes of reducing pressure on hospitals.
The transition of House speakership from McCarthy, a proud but subdued Christian, to Johnson, a fervently devout evangelical, highlights the religious right’s dominance of the evangelical GOP coalition.
Bedouins of the Negev desert face rockets from Gaza and discrimination and arrest by Israel. They seek safety as the war energizes the far right.
The last adult film theater in Los Angeles is run by a Salvadoran immigrant and former battlefield nurse. Patrons call the Tiki Theater ‘a refuge.’
The move is a stunning setback for a largely successful competitor to traditional public schools, which also will have to respond to enrollment declines.
The president won’t campaign in New Hampshire, a state he’s not officially competing in. But his visit to Boston on Tuesday and actions by his allies suggest he doesn’t want to lose it, either.
Three contributing critics pick their best fiction of the year, including work by Victor LaValle, Ed Park, Lauren Groff, Yiyun Li and Tania James.
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Los Angeles County prosecutors have dismissed a gun possession charge against a man who was stopped by officers from a gang unit within the LAPD’s Mission Division, one of the first instances of a case being compromised by the department’s latest corruption scandal.
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Former Olympic figure skater Todd Sand nearly died after suffering a heart attack. His wife and skating partner says he is making progress in his recovery.
A senior EU official warns that Europe faces ‘a huge risk of terrorist attacks’ over the Christmas holiday period because of the Israel-Hamas war.