Sep. 25, 2020


As he and his father hid from the Germans in a Polish forest, the boy who would become a kindly suburban Southern California doctor vowed to study medicine.

The state also surpassed 15,000 COVID-19 deaths this week, among the highest numbers in the nation.

PG&E may cut power to 21,000 customers in parts of Butte, Plumas and Yuba counties to reduce fire danger amid dryness, heat and strong winds.

After initially earning praise for its handling of the pandemic, the government is now under fire for mismanagement.

Wolfgang Puck is opening restaurants at the Pendry hotel and residences on Sunset Boulevard. An exclusive first look at Ospero and Merois.

Pandemic living

Coronavirus around the world

The world is in varying stages of dealing with the coronavirus. In Mexico City, the vendors have returned to the streets and parks are packed. The continent of Africa has seen just over 30,000 deaths attributed to the coronavirus despite predictions of disaster. Sweden has so far been spared from a second wave of infections, while Spain has become the epicenter of the virus in Europe.

U.S. trade bans are spurring labor reforms in Malaysia, which produces two-thirds of the world’s disposable gloves.


Visual storytelling


Jeff Pearlman talks about “Three-Ring Circus: Kobe, Shaq, Phil, and the Crazy Years of the Lakers Dynasty,” which he started writing before Bryant’s death.

‘SNL’ creator Lorne Michaels didn’t rule out the return of McKinnon’s RBG impression during an interview about the show’s pandemic-set new season.

Singer-songwriter Demi Lovato and actor Max Ehrich end their engagement. The pair had been dating since March, and Ehrich proposed in July.

Paris police say two suspects are in custody in a knife attack that wounded two people outside the former offices of the newspaper Charlie Hebdo.

Kim Jong Un says he’s ‘very sorry’ about the death of a South Korean official near the countries’ disputed sea boundary, in an extremely rare apology.


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