Immigrants from Africa and the Caribbean who hope to find common cause and solidarity with Black Americans can see their dreams dashed — sometimes cruelly so.
L.A. County leaders promised to direct some of the billions in procurement dollars they spend every year to boost small, local businesses. But the program has encountered abuses.
New policies requiring schools to notify parents if a student is gender-nonconforming are seeping into campus culture in ways some students find dangerous.
Even some of Kyiv’s close allies have grumbled that it doesn’t seem sufficiently grateful for the aid it’s received. How thankful is thankful enough?
Critics argue that former President Trump’s success in changing state party rules to benefit his candidacy, including in California, harms voters.
Lisa Frank onesies. Rounded-edge Caboodles for your makeup. The ‘90s brands are back, and they’re coming for millennials and their nostalgia.
The storied television network and its stations have been part of Disney for 27 years. But the company’s streaming ambitions may put the unit on the block.
After falling through the second half of 2022, Southern California home prices are rising again. Explore the latest home and rent prices in and around L.A., updated for August.
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Kevin Cataneo Salazar faces one count of murder with special circumstances of lying in wait, firing from a car and personal use of a firearm, a .22-caliber revolver.
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Throughout his controversial career, McMahon has faced odds and weathered various scandals while building the world’s largest professional wrestling operation.
Tiffany Anders, the music supervisor for the FX on Hulu series, discusses working with creator Sterlin Harjo on finding music with “heart and soul.”
USC football coach Lincoln Riley and athletic director Jennifer Cohen showed poor judgement when they suspended a beat reporter’s access for petty violations of protocol.
A rare, powerful earthquake struck Morocco late Friday, killing nearly 3,000 people and damaging buildings in a swath of destruction stretching from villages in the Atlas Mountains to the historic city of Marrakech.