In parts of California’s Central Valley, farmlands are being used to soak up storm water and replenish depleted groundwater.
The watchdog group Stop LAPD Spying Coalition has created what it calls a ‘first-of-its-kind’ website with the names and photos of every LAPD police officer.
Crisis in Israel deepens over the new government’s radical plans, which have alienated and dismayed Israelis and Jewish Americans alike.
The lawsuit raises questions about whether Fox News has sufficiently modernized its workplace culture since co-founder Roger Ailes was forced out in 2016.
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The life of a Japanese journalist, one assigned to cover the country’s biggest star playing in Major League Baseball, is all-consuming and relentless.
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Prisk Native Garden’s fragrant blooms usually are inaccessible to the public, but this spring you have two chances to visit during SoCal’s many spring garden tours.
By naming it the Chief Ya’anna Learning Village, a school official said they will pay tribute to an Indigenous leader who offered refuge to Indigenous immigrants.
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In an interview with The Times, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she’s ‘liberated,’ ‘free at last’ and writing a book.
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As part of a two-decade reinvention, the Hammer Museum opened a new study room for its massive trove of 45,000 works on paper. It’s since become a resource for students, curators, psychiatry residents and more.
Fifty-seven percent of L.A. residents believe the 2028 Olympics will be good for the city, according to a Suffolk University/Los Angeles Times poll. Younger Angelenos are more skeptical.
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