Dec. 8, 2019
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Therapists are challenging a California law requiring that they report it to police when a patient has admitted viewing child porn online.
Overtime pay for firefighters has surged by 65% in the past decade, further evidence of the toll an unprecedented string of wildfires has taken on California.
The number of migrants from African countries in Mexico who have had contact with Mexican immigration officials has increased from 460 in 2007 to more than 5,800 in 2019
Rapper Juice Wrld, best known for his 2018 breakthrough “Lucid Dreams,” died after suffering a seizure at Chicago’s Midway airport. He was 21.
Songs of L.A.
More than a dining guide, the 101 has become a roadmap for understanding and enjoying the city.
Bill Addison reviews the excellent, austere omakase at Shin Sushi in Encino, a sushi bar experience stripped to its essence.
Lucas meets with comedian Margaret Cho and Eater’s L.A. editor Matthew Kang to explore some of the city’s best Korean food, ranging from kimchi pancakes to spicy Korean chicken wings.
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NBA coaches are so tasked with managing the success and health of their players, they can let themselves fall victim to stress, lack of sleep and other health issues.
After a few sub-par defensive performances, coach Frank Vogel issued a challenge. He called it the Avery Challenge.
Last Sunday was a CBS doubleheader week, which meant Fox could air just one game, and because the Rams are our local team, we got their game at Arizona.
The Dodgers have the resources and flexibility to acquire at least one elite player via free agency or trade for the first time under Andrew Friedman.
Weekend Reads
Welcome to the Los Angeles Times’ 2019 holiday gift guide, where our editors and writers are sharing their favorite gifts to give — and receive!
Back in 1992, when Riverside was mostly a pit stop between Los Angeles and Palm Springs, the new owners of the Mission Inn decided to add some holiday decor to the block-size historic hotel.
Americans love Christmas ornaments. The latest trends in tree trimming: Weird, unique and offbeat decorations.
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