In the three years since the Los Angeles Fire Department began tracking them, fires related to homeless camps have more than doubled.
Despite a statewide mood of optimism, about 52 Californians are still succumbing to the novel coronavirus each day.
The debate in Orange County signifies continuing skepticism toward the government’s handling of COVID-19 and speaks to the larger politicization that has plagued nearly every other aspect of the pandemic.
Radiologists have discovered a new side effect of COVID-19 vaccines: They make it more difficult to interpret mammogram results.
The dire COVID-19 situation in India has been particularly hard to watch for many Indian American healthcare workers.
The removal of the Wyoming lawmaker from her leadership position represents House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s public alignment with Trump.
On opposite sides of the Capitol, current and former executive branch officials speak on the Jan. 6 Capitol riot and the state of domestic extremism
The violence between Israel and Palestinian militants goes on with an Israeli airstrike killing a Hamas commander and rocket fire from Gaza causing a death.
Providing transitional kindergarten for all 4-year-old children could cost $2.7 billion a year at full implementation.
‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ will end in 2022 with its 19th season, after racking up thousands of episodes, dozens of Daytime Emmys and a huge scandal.
Vice President Kamala Harris seen by majority of Californians as “playing a significant role” in Biden administration and ready to step into the Oval Office if needed.
Kobe Bryant’s induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame is a tribute not only to greatness, but to the circuitous route he traveled to get there.
Dave Grohl, Carole King and Tina Turner will be all be inducted into the Rock Hall for a second time.
Today, we explain the current crisis in El Salvador and how Bukele’s actions affect the Salvadoran diaspora in the U.S.
On Netflix, you can watch Juan Daniel García Treviño’s star-making role in Mexico’s ‘I’m No Longer Here.’ Now the actor finds it’s not easy to go home as he feels pressure to not screw up his once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
A documentary from Oscar nominee and Emmy winner Matthew Heineman, “The Boy From Medellín” profiles Latin music star J Balvin.
Hundreds of people were lynched in California over the years — most of them Latinos, many killed as much for their race as for their alleged crimes. Only two have been officially memorialized, an expert says.
If the DACA recipients win, this could remove some of the hurdles that have kept them from attaining American citizenship.
The family was among the earliest separated under the Trump administration. More than a thousand families remain separated.
Only 7% of high schoolers are returning to L.A. Unified campuses. It may or may not be time to panic.
Democratic voters in a new poll also overwhelmingly favored having a prominent Democratic replacement candidate on the recall ballot in case Newsom was ousted from office.
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The CNN anchor talks about “The Devil May Dance,” an L.A. thriller about Sinatra and RFK, the Church of Scientology and the underbelly of Hollywood.
On his new album, ‘Latest Record Project, Vol. 1,’ Van Morrison shocked fans by espousing an array of conspiracy theories. The seeds were always there.
The “Grey’s Anatomy” veteran says she’s not interested in reprising the role of Cristina Yang. But she still appreciates being asked about it.
Wesley Matthews scores a late basket to send the game into overtime before Talen Horton-Tucker hits a go-ahead three-pointer in the Lakers’ 101-99 win.
A look at the reach Kobe Bryant had internationally, and how future stars Giannis Antetkounmpo, Joel Embiid and Danilo Gallinari followed his career.
The Rams will open the 2021 season against the Chicago Bears at SoFi Stadium on ‘Sunday Night Football,’ as Matthew Stafford makes his Rams debut.
Gavin Lux has gotten off to a slow start as the everyday second baseman, but his eighth-inning, three-run homer lifted the Dodgers to a win over Seattle.
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Biden holds first formal White House meeting with House and Senate leaders to discuss infrastructure. Republicans have signaled implacable opposition.
Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) took to the House floor and criticized fellow leaders of the Republican Party on the eve of her expected ouster from her No. 3 post.
The case was over whether the NRA should be allowed to incorporate in Texas instead of New York, where the state is suing in an effort to disband the group.
A Minnesota judge finds that Derek Chauvin abused his authority as a police officer in the fatal arrest of George Floyd.
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Vaccine hesitancy is making herd immunity for COVID-19 seem more elusive than ever. Could that change once the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is authorized for children as young as 12?
California Gov. Newsom’s economic recovery plan calls for $600 stimulus checks for eligible Californians. Families with children would get an additional $500.
Officials are hoping people who have not gotten their shots will take advantage of the opportunity at a time when demand for vaccinations is dropping.