Dec. 6, 2019
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Throughout Mexico legions of fans remain devoted to the Volkswagen Beetle, or as it’s known, the “vocho.”
A ProPublica review finds many UC health science professors do not fully disclose outside income as required. The UC system requires them to turn over such earnings above a certain cap.
The Assemi family has sold pistachios to Wonderful for years, but now it’s poised to become a competitor. Wonderful alleges Fresno County illegally issued construction permits to the Assemis.
Fewer California primary voters — about 1 in 3 — called healthcare the highest priority, a poll for The Times finds.
Authorities say four people are dead after a shooter opened fire Friday at the Naval Air Station Pensacola, and at least 11 people were hospitalized.
Pickleball is easy to learn and very social. Now public parks and middle schools are converting space to pickleball courts.
We arrived at Disney World at 7:45 a.m., checked in to the ride and received boarding group 89. Our estimated ride time was “evening.”
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders talks to the L.A. Times about his crusade to stop baseball from eliminating 42 minor league teams.
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Former No. 1 and 2018 Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki will retire from professional tennis after competing in Melbourne next year.
Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo will see Clippers’ Kawhi Leonard on the court for the first time since he couldn’t get past the Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference Finals in May.
Fifty million dollars. That’s the site fee that landed the Andy Ruiz-Anthony Joshua title fight for Saudi Arabia, which has a history of human rights violations.
Welcome to the Los Angeles Times’ 2019 holiday gift guide, where our editors and writers are sharing their favorite gifts to give — and receive!
Metrolink is introducing a new holiday express that offers on-board Christmas entertainment for families in the run-up to the holidays.
It’s official: Dana Point, a little harbor wedged between Laguna Beach and San Clemente, is now the “Dolphin & Whale Watching Capital of the World.”
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