July 22, 2019
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The Trump administration has intensified its crackdown on China over trade, technology and security — and now it has spread to America’s vaunted universities, turning the University of California into an especially big target.
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators were expected to take over one of the island’s busiest highways to press demands for the resignation of Gov. Ricardo Rossello.
Congressional Democrats and Trump administration officials reached agreement to raise the nation’s debt ceiling and set spending levels for the next two years.
The University of California has opened its doors to the largest and most diverse class of Californians ever for the fall semester of 2019.
Multiple road projects beginning Monday will close the 60 Freeway from Ontario to Riverside through mid-November.
Iran said it had smashed a CIA spy ring on its soil, officials boasted on Monday, saying some of the 17 Iranian nationals they had netted had already been sentenced to death.
Democrats want Robert S. Mueller to say President Trump committed a crime. Republicans want him to clear the president. Mueller may do neither.
Three California police dogs have helped survivors of gun violence and rape, and children like the Turpins who have faced years of abuse.
Facing complaints from licensed cannabis sellers about the loss of business to the black market, California officials have tripled the number of raids on unlicensed cannabis firms.
ICE can more quickly arrest and deport undocumented immigrants anywhere in the United States — without going before an immigration judge — under a new policy announced by the Trump administration.
L.A. County got a record 21,631 homeless people into housing in the past year. But a breakdown of that number obtained by The Times shows a much more complicated picture of who gets housed and how.
Oregon has advanced the most ambitious response to housing affordability challenges in the country while California Gov. Gavin Newsom and lawmakers have struggled to pass strong renter protections and legislation that would significantly increase the state’s supply of homes.
Deena Selenow was to direct Antoinette Nwandu’s searing play on race in America for Echo Theater Company, but days before the opening she was fired. What happened?
Hanks dons the beloved TV host’s trademark red sweater in a new trailer for Sony’s upcoming drama “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.”
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