Feb. 6, 2023



The temblor, felt as far away as Cairo, toppled buildings and trapped people under rubble. A second big quake, measured at magnitude 7.5, struck hours later.

65th Grammy Awards

The redemptive moment of Beyoncé finally winning album of the year never came, and as beloved as Harry Styles might be, the show ended on a low note.


Shark diving off Guadalupe Island in Baja California informed two decades of research and spawned a thriving tourist industry. But several bloody incidents fouled the water.


Plans to build a solar energy farm in the Mojave Desert have angered conservationists, who say it will restrict the movement of bighorn sheep.

Future of Tech

Increasingly offering products untethered to the average consumer’s needs, the tech industry has been dwelling in La La Land. Its real-world expansion into L.A. is no coincidence.


Editors’ Pick

As toxic emissions from diesel traffic choke the air, activists are calling for a moratorium on new warehouses and for the governor to declare a state of emergency.


On Jan. 21, Monterey Park was shattered when the Star Ballroom Dance Studio became the site of one of California’s worst mass shootings in recent history. Many of the victims were studio regulars united in their passion for dance. Here are their stories.



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