California Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra’s office says it will look at whether the department has engaged in a pattern of unconstitutional policing.
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Pelosi’s decision to move the article will mark the likely start of the Senate’s impeachment trial of Trump, who was accused of inciting the Jan. 6 mob that attacked the U.S. Senate.
Gen. Lloyd J. Austin becomes the first Black secretary of Defense and the second member of President Biden’s Cabinet to be approved by the Senate.
President Joe Biden plans to take executive action to provide a stopgap measure of financial relief to millions of Americans
As a 50-50 tiebreaker, the vice president will have a chance to raise her profile and show loyalty to Biden.
On homelessness, the new Biden administration is offering to spend more on the problem — but it will need buy-in from Congress.
Mayor Eric Garcetti says he’s confident manufacturers will meet demand and additional COVID vaccines will be approved. But many more doses are needed.
Hank Aaron, who broke Babe Ruth’s career home run record in 1974 despite enduring racism and went on to hit 755 homers in a 23-year career, has died.
Experts say California’s brutal winter COVID-19 surge is largely driven by complacency on masking and distancing. One calls it ‘COVID resentment.’
Trying to create a social pod so her daughter could again play with her friends led this mom down a rabbit hole of awkwardness, rejection and frustration.
Tens of thousands of people face confusion, contradiction and chaos amid the state’s uneven vaccine rollout.
The LAPD’s use of officers on horseback to confront a crowd in downtown L.A. on Inauguration Day is being condemned as a violation of past reforms.
Mexican mothers searching for their missing children find multiple bodies buried on private property in Tijuana that they call a cartel dumping site.
The master tenant of a San Francisco Bay Area warehouse where 36 people died when a fire ignited during a dance party in 2016 pleads guilty to the deaths.
Inauguration poet Amanda Gorman’s star continues to rise as photoshopped images juxtapose her with famous folks such as Bernie Sanders and Maya Angelou.
“I was just ... trying to keep warm,” Sen. Bernie Sanders tells Seth Meyers of the viral moment of him looking cold and uncomfortable at the inauguration.
The Southern California median home price rose 10% in December from a year earlier, according to data analyzed by real estate firm DQNews, continuing a pandemic housing boom driven in part by record low interest rates.
Yosemite National Park will remain closed through the weekend after high winds that battered much of California knocked down two giant sequoias.
The 80-year-old former anchor and managing editor of “NBC Nightly News,” who has suffered health problems of late, announced the move in a statement Friday.
In an open letter to President Biden, Amazon offers ‘to leverage our operations, information technology and communications’ to help distribute COVID-19 vaccines.
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Netflix executive Vernā Myers shares how the streamer improved Black representation at the company and the efforts it is making to improve diversity on its shows and staff.
On Friday, “WandaVision” announced the arrival of Wanda and Vision’s twin boys. It might be the introduction of two characters to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Comedian Dave Chappelle has tested positive for the coronavirus and has canceled his upcoming shows. He’s asymptomatic and quarantining.
Amjad Abu Alala’s “You Will Die at 20,” Sudan’s first-ever Oscar submission, follows the spiritual and earthly awakenings of a young man prophesied for an early demise.
Brandon Staley’s introductory news conference revealed little about the man whose rise into the Chargers’ head coaching job remains a bit of a mystery.
The NFL says 7,500 healthcare workers vaccinated for COVID-19 will be given tickets to the Super Bowl. They will join about 14,500 others in attendance.
Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy wants to be an NFL head coach, but teams keep giving those jobs to less-qualified white coaches over him.
UCLA sophomore guard Charisma Osborne is taking an approach similar to her idol, Kobe Bryant, holding teammates to the same high standard she has for herself.
California start-up Lucid Motors seeks to take advantage of market mania for electric vehicles.
U.S. regulators have approved the first long-acting drug combination for HIV, monthly shots that can replace daily pills.
The first-ever treaty to ban nuclear weapons has entered into force, but U.S. and other nuclear-armed nations are not signatories.
Google is threatening to pull its search engine in Australia if the government proceeds with plans to make tech giants pay for news content.
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