Former squad members tell of a toxic culture that included former coach Lori Nelson rebuking women publicly for their eating habits, personal appearance and sex lives.
Ex-Palmdale Mayor Jim Ledford pleaded guilty to perjury in a case in which he was accused of receiving $500,000 from consultants who he helped receive city contracts.
L.A. County Dist. Atty. George Gascón announces that his office’s Hardcore Gang unit will be reduced in size, renamed and reorganized.
People with developmental disabilities practice taking shots to avoid anxiety, and potential physical resistance, when time arrives to take the vaccine.
The directive is the largest of its kind in U.S. higher education and would likely take effect this fall after the FDA formally approves the vaccines.
Days after Chauvin verdict, relatives of George Floyd attend Daunte Wright funeral in Minneapolis.
The decision is a step toward restoring the state’s power to set tougher fuel efficiency and tailpipe emissions standards than the federal government.
The veteran lawmaker brings with him a legislative record of pushing for significant changes to the criminal justice system.
California must ratchet up its ambitions dramatically, leading scientists say.
Yosemite National Park has reopened with limited capacity. Here are some photos of visitors’ return and a few shots of the time when animals reigned one year ago.
For amusement purposes only, here’s a look at the odds-on picks to win the 2021 Oscars.
The wrath of the webbing clothes moth. During the yearlong COVID-19 closure, the Getty devoted more than 6,000 hours to eradicating this one insect.
For eight years, there has been a high-profile argument over whether an active earthquake fault runs directly through the site of a proposed development in Hollywood.
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AT&T’s big bet showed small but steady growth.
Season two of Tyler Mahan Coe’s “Cocaine & Rhinestones” podcast focuses on country great George Jones: “His chest cavity glowed with so much air.”
The Producers Guild of America announced measures to tackle bullying in Hollywood in the wake of allegations of workplace abuse by Scott Rudin.
Hilary Duff will star as Sophie in Hulu’s “How I Met Your Father,” a new series inspired by CBS’ long-running hit sitcom “How I Met Your Mother.”
NBA Twitter felt duped by the story of Vivian Flores’ disappearance, resuscitating the controversy of catfishing.
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As the Chargers switch their defense to a hybrid 3-4, new coach Brandon Staley can picture Jerry Tillery being a key ingredient in the middle of the defensive line.
Gary Cunningham, a senior captain of the 1961-62 UCLA team, noted the similarities between this season’s Bruins and his edition nearly 60 years ago.
Minneapolis and the U.S. celebrate the Derek Chauvin verdict. The city has become a metaphor for what’s next in the movement for racial justice.
Daunte Wright funeral comes days after Derek Chauvin’s conviction for murdering George Floyd.
Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill are pressing President Biden to be the first U.S. president to acknowledge the events as genocide.
HUD is withdrawing a policy that would have allowed taxpayer-funded homeless shelters to deny access to transgender people.
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