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With supreme confidence and politically incorrect bluster, businessman Dan Pena made a fortune. He prods and pokes his students to do the same.
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Several businesses in Southern California have published books about themselves to tap another revenue source after a disastrous year.
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The mayor’s proposed budget, set for release Tuesday, comes at a moment of heightened frustration over the city’s handling of homelessness.
Accepted students are in the power position this month as competitive colleges try to impress them to say yes in a year of record applications to the University of California and other elite schools.
Officials say they do not plan to require vaccine verification, but new rules incentivize private venues to seek proof of tests or inoculation.
Attorneys in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer charged with killing George Floyd began making their closing arguments Monday.
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The Dodgers might have taken two of three games in their series with the Padres, but it’s clear they can ill afford to take San Diego lightly.
Boba, primarily created and shipped out of Taiwan, will be in short supply this spring and summer, with some mom-and-pop shops predicting they’ll run out.
We covered 11 campuses and 1,100 miles, from Camarillo to Davis. What did we learn?
Liliana Carrillo’s unraveling over the last year alarmed people in her life.
Video of Chicago police officer shooting 13-year-old Adam Toledo fuels peaceful protests.
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This week we’re loving the Sichuan chicken sandwich at Mei Lin’s new restaurant in Silver Lake. Daybird serves both chicken sandwiches and tenders in several heat levels, each unique in their spice blends.
Workers removing tobacco tar and dirt from the ceiling of L.A.'s Union Station were surprised to discover vibrant floral painting hidden for decades.
Underwood reportedly has a Netflix show in the works. An online petition opposes it, citing stalking allegations against the newly out ‘Bachelor’ star.
Spotify dominates music streaming but its payment rate to artists continues to generate controversy. Will recent musician-led protests bring about change?
Susan Page’s ‘Madam Speaker: Nancy Pelosi and the Lessons of Power’ unearths newsy nuggets and candid thoughts from the country’s most powerful woman.
A look at the expected juggernauts for the Southern California high school football season in the fall of 2021.
Quarterbacks are expected to be the first three picks of the NFL draft for the first time since 1999 with Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence taken No. 1 overall.
Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernández said he would be better in 2021, and he delivered by scoring twice in the Galaxy’s 3-2 win over Inter Miami.
The Angels can point to several reasons for their hot start, beginning with Mike Trout’s dominance. What else has contributed?
The former Georgia gubernatorial candidate adopts a carefully balanced response to new laws that critics call a GOP attempt to deter voters of color.
Russia says it will transfer opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who is in failing health amid an ongoing hunger strike, to a prison hospital.
A North Carolina woman who grew up picking cotton, got married at 14 and went on to become the oldest living American has died peacefully at home.
Interim Austin Police Chief Joseph Chacon said officials were transitioning the search for Stephen Broderick, 41, from that area to a ‘fugitive search.’
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