When Bobby Sasson moved out, she thought she’d be able to return home to her husband and three children quickly. That didn’t work out.
Around Los Angeles, people are emerging from their pandemic cocoons, eager to be cooped up no longer.
The community is planning counterprotests and pleading with public officials to do more to intervene in the face of white supremacists.
Giddy Dodgers fans pounced on the chance to finally savor last season’s World Series win, cheering on the team during its home-opening win Friday.
The children’s grandmother called police after she found the children dead and their mother gone. The children’s ages were 3, 2 and 6 months old, police said.
Of the 73 allegations of less serious force, 33 have been resolved by the department, with none finding officers in the wrong. Other complaints remain under review.
Migrant families apprehended in Texas are being flown to San Diego and then bused to Tijuana, a city they do not know, without applying for asylum.
The state has already, however, announced significant changes loosening restrictions on gatherings that go into effect April 15.
Jalen Hill struggled daily with the pressures of life before he realized that by quitting the UCLA basketball team he could concentrate on himself.
Before golfers could bring their own staff to the Masters, Black caddies in August, Ga., played key roles supporting the green jacket winners.
Creator Emily Andras and star Melanie Scrofano break down the Season 4 — and possibly series — finale of the beloved sci-fi Western.
After a canceled season in 2020, the Bowl will reopen with free shows for healthcare, grocery and other essential workers.
The left-handed pitcher became a star with the Dodgers in 1981, igniting Fernandomania and giving Mexican Americans a hero still revered today.
Some 1.1 million students in California are English learners. Experts say schools must make immediate and swift interventions to salvage their education.
Wet sweatshirts. Toddler shoes. A line of Scripture. These are some of the things left behind by migrants making their way across the Rio Grande.
Drag bars, rock shows and performance artists. How the L.A. artist captured the subcultures of ’90s L.A.
The painter has turned the classic L.A. fruit cart into a mobile art studio and gallery. His goal: more direct connection between maker and buyer.
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Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz, a prominent conservative in Congress and a close ally of former President Trump, is being investigated as a part of a federal sex-trafficking inquiry involving a 17-year-old girl, according to people familiar with the case.
Born Earl Simmons, the New York-based rapper and actor was hospitalized after having a heart attack following a drug overdose.
“Them,” about a Black family fighting racism and supernatural forces in the 1950s, includes warnings about its graphic depictions of racist violence.
Our weekend picks also include drive-in opera, an in-person screening of “Singin’ in the Rain” and a dance party with BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors.
Times Book Prize finalists Rachel Howzell Hall, Ivy Pochoda, S.A. Crosby, Jennifer Hillier and Christopher Bollen talk about race, place and genre.
Ohtani homered and had four RBIs, Heaney pitched six scoreless innings, and the Angels beat Toronto 7-1 on Friday night.
San Diego native Joe Musgrove throws the first no-hitter in game 8,206 of Padres franchise history in a 3-0 victory over the Texas Rangers.
On the day after the Dodgers received the 2020 championship rings, fans could buy a replica of the ring from the company that made it.
Galaxy’s Sebastian Lletget apologized for using a homophobic slur popular at Mexican national team games in a video posted on Instagram.
Philip’s royal ceremonial funeral will take place April 17 at Windsor Castle — a slimmed-down service amid the pandemic that will be entirely closed to the public.
The trial of an ex-Minneapolis officer charged in George Floyd’s death has shown viewers defense and prosecution tactics aimed at swaying the jury.
New details reveal more about the state of fear and panic on the Capitol during the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection.
Republican state legislators have been in overdrive this year on so-called culture war bills.
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