More will be revealed on the condition of Woods, including his quality of life moving forward, let alone the lesser question of whether he might at some point be able to resume his golf career.
President Biden lifted a freeze on green cards issued by his predecessor during the pandemic that lawyers said was blocking most legal immigration to the United States.
Police Officer Steven Lopez pleads guilty to bribery for taking money to protect businesses operating illegally in Santa Ana.
The high court heard an appeal from a Sonoma County man who was followed home and into his garage and then received a citation for DUI.
Republicans and Democrats squared off at Becerra’s pivotal confirmation hearing for Health secretary before the Senate Finance Committee.
California has surpassed 50,000 COVID-19 deaths, a tally that came as Los Angeles County reported a backlog of more than 800
February is usually the peak of flu season but not this year, in part because of measures, such as mask-wearing, to fight the coronavirus.
A new study strongly suggests that the vaccine works as well in the real world as it does in clinical trials.
The House is set to pass the Equality Act a second time, enshrining LGBTQ protections in labor and civil rights laws, but the bill faces long odds in the Senate.
Manhattan’s district attorney fought for a year and a half to get access to former President Trump’s tax records.
A Touch of Disney at Disney California Adventure will welcome ticketed visitors to stroll through the park and purchase food, drinks and merchandise.
One man’s opinion on the best (and worst) Girl Scout cookies available.
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Prisoner advocate Dorsey Nunn wants to kick Jim Crow out of the California Constitution.
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The golf star was seriously injured Tuesday in a rollover crash near Rancho Palos Verdes, the Los Angeles County sheriff said.
ViacomCBS hopes to compete in the streaming wars by leveraging legacy brands including MTV, Nickelodeon, BET, Paramount and CBS.
‘I believe there are no bad dogs, just uninformed owners,’ says Oakland’s Jas Leverette, star of the new Netflix series ‘Canine Intervention.’
Tiger Woods’ catastrophic crash in Los Angeles has cast a spotlight on the low-budget documentary series that featured golf’s biggest star.
Paramount+ has announced a new “Frasier” revival with the original show’s star, Kelsey Grammer.
Bellinger sustained the shoulder injury when he smashed forearms with Kiké Hernández celebrating his go-ahead home run in Game 7 of the National League Championship Series.
The Clippers filed a motion at Los Angeles County Superior Court last week to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Johnny Wilkes in December.
Angels manager Joe Maddon on 34-year-old World Series champion Dexter Fowler and 21-year-old prospect Jo Adell: “They’re just going to hit it off.”
The USWNT came out in full force early to rout Argentina 6-0 in the SheBelieves Cup final on Wednesday in Orlando, Fla.
The move comes in response to the army’s Feb. 1 seizure of power in the Southeast Asian nation, which has sparked widespread protests.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has spoken of an attempted military coup after facing a demand from the military’s general staff to step down.
At least 79 were killed in Ecuador prison riots this week after seemingly coordinated fights broke out in facilities in three different cities.
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