July 15, 2020

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Results from the phase 1 clinical trial of Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine show it’s on the right track, though there were serious side effects at high doses.

The discussion comes as the state’s two largest school districts, Los Angeles and San Diego, announced that amid the ongoing coronavirus surge students will continue with online learning.

The coronavirus surge convinced Los Angeles Unified School District leaders that even with precautions and social distancing, the risk was too high to open up campuses on Aug. 18.

A European Union court has ruled in favor of technology giant Apple and Ireland in the company’s dispute with the EU over $15 billion in back taxes.

After LAPD officers were charged with falsifying records, California’s attorney general has stopped law enforcement statewide from using LAPD gang member records.

“America’s Next Top Model” alum Tyra Banks will take over hosting duties on ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars,” replacing Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews.

Prasad Dinesh is known in Sri Lanka as “Patient 206,” linked by officials to nearly half of the island nation’s more than 2,600 coronavirus cases.

The actress, whose body was discovered Monday, disappeared last week during a boat outing with her young son.

Jeff Sessions lost the Republican nomination for what had once been his Senate seat in Alabama to former college football coach Tommy Tuberville.

Get out this week and look up to see Comet NEOWISE, the most spectacular comet in decades.

Under L.A. County rules, anyone exposed to COVID-19 must quarantine for 14 days. Dave Roberts is concerned about what it means for the Dodgers.

The administration has taken few steps to help people gain coverage after massive job losses caused millions to lose their plans amid the coronavirus.

The President’s “only niece,” clinical psychologist Mary Trump, portrays a man warped by his family in “Too Much and Never Enough.”

The fatal July 2019 shooting of the girl — whom family members previously identified as Hannah Williams — happened on the eastbound 91 Freeway in Anaheim.

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The Swingin’ Hermlins, a German group dedicated to American big band music, vowed to play nightly online gigs till the end of the coronavirus crisis.

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Job hunting is never easy, but finding work amid the pandemic is “a whole new world.” We’ve got some tips if you’re on the hunt — and inspiration from 10 people who were forced to get creative about how they earn their living. And if you’re concerned about what might happen when you do return to work, here’s what you need to know about workplace safety.

From a seamstress who’s making masks to a restaurateur-turned-personal chef, these Californians are rethinking how they can earn money in the coronavirus economy.

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Peacock, NBCUniversal’s new streamer, launches Wednesday. Here’s what you need to know, from the prices of its tiers to what TV shows and movies will be on it.

Sara Bareilles and Jessie Nelson discuss their Apple TV+ series “Little Voice,” casting lead Brittany O’Grady and cultivating creativity during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Viola Davis graces the cover of Vanity Fair’s new issue, marking the first time the magazine’s cover was photographed by a Black artist, Dario Calmese.

After vowing in May that the festival was still happening, Telluride film fest organizers canceled the event on Tuesday, citing the COVID-19 pandemic.

Anthony Davis was among Lakers players who were torn about whether to keep his name on his jersey or use a social justice slogan. He chose to honor his family.

Clippers guard Patrick Beverley relied on hustle and exploiting any edge to carve a place for himself in the NBA, so selling T-shirts in Orlando, Fla., seems fitting.

For some WNBA players, a strictly quarantined season, a pandemic and social unrest were reasons to pass. For Parker, those were reasons to play.

Angels pitching coach Mickey Callaway is impressed by how Shohei Ohtani approaches his pitching and hitting duties through “impeccable routines.”

A tough U.S. stance against China’s sweeping sea claims elicits little public support from Asian allies loath to get in the middle of rising tensions.

Lockdowns are being reimposed in parts of India to shield the health system from being overwhelmed with coronavirus patients.

Hong Kong also ordered gyms and bars to close for a week, restored strict limits on public gatherings and introduced fines for anyone refusing to wear a mask on public transport.

Joe Biden’s plan for rebuilding the economy hinges heavily on clean-energy investment and would rapidly reverse the Trump era’s retreat on climate.

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