Sep. 22, 2019
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Of the more than 2,600 bills introduced this year in the California Legislature, none captured the public’s attention like Senate Bill 276. Prompted by an alarming rise in measles cases and allegations of questionable vaccine exemptions, it was the legislative equivalent of a Rorschach test.
Many African migrants who seek to go to the United States are stuck in southern Mexico. Some have set up a tent city to pressure Mexican authorities to let them proceed.
A state review found that students at Bayside Martin Luther King Jr. Academy have suffered under years of rapid staff turnover, inadequate class offerings, excessive discipline and substandard academic performance.
On the campaign trail, Elizabeth Warren rarely mentions her two decades teaching at Harvard, preferring to dwell on her humble roots in Oklahoma. Her path to the White House may depend on which version of her voters accept — prairie populist or Ivy League elitist.
UCLA scores 50 second-half points to rally past No. 19 Washington State 67-63, overcoming nine touchdown passes by the Cougars’ Anthony Gordon.
Chinese Embassy officials on Saturday said they had dispatched staffers to assist victims of a tour bus crash near Bryce Canyon National Park in southern Utah that killed four people and left 27 others on board critically injured.
Thirteen Camp Pendleton-based Marines detained in a human smuggling probe in July are facing a variety of related charges under military law, the 1st Marine Division said Friday.
Iran’s president said Sunday his country should lead regional security in the strategic Persian Gulf and criticized the presence of foreign forces, as the country’s nuclear deal with world powers collapses and the U.S. deployed more troops to boost security for its Arab allies.
Until this year, Trump’s disdain for alliances was mostly a theoretical problem. Now it’s a practical problem.
Some trains between Santa Monica and downtown L.A. have been so crammed that passengers with bicycles, wheelchairs and strollers have been stranded on platforms.
Among 2020 Democratic contenders, Bernie Sanders has attracted an unusually strong fandom among Muslims. Can they get him into office?
Seventeen presidential candidates and more than 10,000 people attended the Polk County Steak Fry in Des Moines. The gathering is one of a number of events in the Iowa caucus season that have grown from folksy roots to marquee campaign events.
Swimming pools are now part of the sharing economy. Rent out a homeowner’s spot for a party or just use it as a place to cool off.
Emmy nominee Sian Clifford met “Fleabag” costar Phoebe Waller-Bridge on a subway. Their fast friendship inspired one of the funniest relationships on TV.
Scene report: A festive crowd, including Laverne Cox, Billy Porter, Ross Mathews, William Jackson Harper and Lea Michele, turned up for the pre-Emmys event at Sunset Tower Hotel in West Hollywood.
Before a new crop of Emmy winners delivers their acceptance speeches on Sunday night, the Times selects the 10 best — in case the nominees want to study up.
Emmy nominee Amy Adams may lose out for her subtle turn in “Sharp Objects.” But that will say more about what we call “awards-worthy” than it does about her.
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