July 20, 2019
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In Rome, the mass of tourists made me want to stray off course and find the city only locals know. And that got me thinking: Where would I advise someone visiting L.A. to do that?
HUD says L.A. failed to ensure properties built with public money were accessible to people who use wheelchairs or have other disabilities.
An aide to L.A. Councilman Jose Huizar is on leave as police investigate possible illegal recordings made inside a district office.
CBS’ retransmission agreement with AT&T expired Friday at 11 p.m. PT. Without a deal, AT&T no longer was authorized to broadcast signals of TV stations owned by CBS.
Britain mobilized a diplomatic broadside — but no immediate military action — against Iran on Saturday in retaliation for its seizure of the Stena Impero, a British-flagged tanker, in the Strait of Hormuz.
Puerto Ricans upset over corruption, callousness and other issues tied to Gov. Ricardo Rossello plan a second week of protests seeking his resignation.
A heat wave canceled events from festivals to horse races and pushed New York City to order power-saving steps to avoid overtaxing the electrical grid.
The blast rocked the Riverside County neighborhood and killed Wade Kilpatrick, 31, a construction technician for Southern California Gas Co.
Tesla dropped its case against Randeep Hothi after a judge ordered the company to turn over video and audio evidence to prove its case.
Thandie Newton, Evan Rachel Wood, Tessa Thompson, Jeffrey Wright and newcomer Aaron Paul discuss the series’ complex plotting.
Guillermo del Toro, a master of making on-screen monsters, unveiled his latest at Comic-Con 2019: the Jangly Man, from his upcoming film “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.”
Kristen Bell, D’Arcy Carden, Manny Jacinto, Ted Danson, William Jackson Harper, Jameela Jamil and showrunner Mike Schur shared tidbits about the final season.
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