The ousted speaker had relied on his skills of working with factions and placating the GOP’s radical flank. But ‘his strengths ended up undoing him.’
Last year, an Airbnb guest at a luxury studio in Brentwood refused to check out after her scheduled stay ended. She hasn’t paid rent in nearly 18 months.
With great abundance comes risk: Forecasters are warning of another potentially wet winter fueled by El Niño, which could bring levee breaches and flooding.
Plug-in hybrid cars are an often overlooked alternative to full electric vehicles. But will they help the warming world? It’s controversial.
A report released in June that found that 810,000 L.A. County residents — roughly one in 10 — have outstanding medical debt. A disproportionate percentage were Black and Latino.
Downey native Evan Longoria’s glove, JSerra product Royce Lewis’ bat, Trea Turner’s legs and Corey Seager’s answer highlighted the MLB wild-card Game 1s.
My first thought upon pulling up to Skechers Food Spot was, ‘Oh, this reminds me a lot of Costco.’ But is it? I tried everything on the menu.
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Los Angeles County supervisors were displeased Tuesday to hear how slow county departments have been to address the region’s homelessness crisis.
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Angels general manager Perry Minasian says there is no timeline to replace Phil Nevin, who was informed Monday that he would not return as manager.
In a new report, the U.S. State Department has laid out efforts by Beijing, costing billions of dollars, to reshape the global narrative on China.