As he and his father hid from the Germans in a Polish forest, the boy who would become a kindly suburban Southern California doctor vowed to study medicine.
The settlement covers 300 government entities and ends accusations that they were overcharged for wireless service.
The Butte County Sheriff’s Office says a body found in the aftermath of the North Complex fire is that of Linda Longenbach, 71, of Berry Creek.
PG&E may cut power to 21,000 customers in parts of Butte, Plumas and Yuba counties to reduce fire danger amid dryness, heat and strong winds.
The state also surpassed 15,000 COVID-19 deaths this week, among the highest numbers in the nation.
Breonna Taylor’s mother says her daughter was failed by a lack of adequate investigation into the fatal shooting by Louisville police officers.
A truck drove through a group of protesters in Hollywood on Thursday night, striking and running over at least one person as it sped through the crowd, footage shows.
Trump’s failure to contain the coronavirus has undercut his standing among older white voters.
Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a law aimed at requiring private health insurers in California to cover more mental health and drug addiction treatments.
The body of a man in his 20s was found near the construction trailer complex at the SoFi Stadium development in Inglewood early Friday.
California’s ban on gas-fueled vehicles calls the auto industry’s bluff on zero emissions
Everything remains in flux for coach Mick Cronin and UCLA basketball a day after the Pac-12 Conference cleared teams to play as soon as Nov. 25.
Authorities want communities to evacuate from the approaching August Complex fire, but some weed growers are staying put, with lucrative buds close to harvest time.
Trump’s refusal to say that he’d peacefully transfer power may just be bluster. But there are steps he could take, and Democrats are on the alert.
Coronavirus around the world
The world is in varying stages of dealing with the coronavirus. In Mexico City, the vendors have returned to the streets and parks are packed. The continent of Africa has seen just over 30,000 deaths attributed to the coronavirus despite predictions of disaster. Sweden has so far been spared from a second wave of infections, while Spain has become the epicenter of the virus in Europe.
U.S. trade bans are spurring labor reforms in Malaysia, which produces two-thirds of the world’s disposable gloves.
Will Chinese Americans who voted for President Trump in 2016 support him this year, even though he calls the coronavirus the “China virus”?
Protesters march in L.A. after Breonna Taylor decision
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As part of ‘Lie Witness News,’ Kimmel told passersby that the president had nominated his daughter Ivanka for the high court. Many were OK with that.
Jeff Pearlman talks about “Three-Ring Circus: Kobe, Shaq, Phil, and the Crazy Years of the Lakers Dynasty,” which he started writing before Bryant’s death.
The one Laker who must prove he can play at a consistently high level for them to win a championship? It’s not LeBron James. It’s Anthony Davis.
It has been a strange and frustrating year for Galaxy and LAFC fans who have been unable to attend games because of COVID-19 restrictions.
If the Angels leave Anaheim, it could include a $100-million to $300-million penalty, according to a new proposal.
The Dodgers clinched homefield advantage throughout the postseason, but most players won’t be living at home even for the wild-card round.
China’s oppression of Muslims reaches beyond Xinjiang into Pakistan. Why does it stay quiet?
Christopher Vialva, 40, was convicted of killing an Iowa couple visiting Texas when he was 19.
Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley sayd he won’t vote for a Supreme Court nominee unless she opposes Roe vs. Wade.
Kim Jong Un says he’s ‘very sorry’ about the death of a South Korean official near the countries’ disputed sea boundary, in an extremely rare apology.
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