Aug. 21, 2019
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A 1,223-page document, obtained by The Times, details how endangered California salmon could be imperiled by Trump administration changes to state water operations.
More than two dozen California legislators have asked their counterparts in Nevada to discuss stricter gun controls after it was revealed the gun used in the Gilroy Garlic Festival mass shooting was bought legally in that state.
Bernie Sanders’ presidential ambitions have long been fueled by his appeal to small-dollar donors. But in the 2020 campaign, many of his earlier givers have either stayed on the sidelines or given to his Democratic rivals, notably Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Planes have long been a passion of the rich, particularly in Los Angeles. But among Silicon Beach elites, a pilot’s license is seen less as leisure than a program of self-improvement. For engineers, flying is fun with applied math. It’s intellectual exercise in the guise of a sport.
The Department of Homeland Security is moving to end a long-standing federal court agreement that limits how long immigrant children can be kept in detention.
Trump announced his decision by tweet after Denmark’s prime minister dismissed the notion of selling Greenland to the U.S. as “an absurd discussion.”
The Air Force’s next-gen stealth bomber is taking shape at Northrop’s Palmdale campus. The new plane will be based on the B-2 bomber, now 30 years old.
Some legal experts and Matthew Modine’s main rival for SAG-AFTRA president say his use of videos produced by the New York Film Academy runs afoul of federal labor law.
One researcher called a pledge from nearly 200 CEOs to be more sensitive to others “a clear and pretty heavy-handed attempt” to obscure reality.
For Laura Karpman’s “All American” at the Hollywood Bowl, percussion instruments will be replaced with sheet pans and pots, a reminder that women who wanted to write music often were told to stay in the kitchen.
Taylor Swift’s last four albums have each sold more than 1 million copies in the first week, but “Lover,” due Friday, is predicted to do considerably fewer.
Clayton Kershaw passes Sandy Koufax on the Dodgers’ all-time wins list and benefits from a deluge of offense in a 16-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays.
Sophomore JT Daniels is chosen by USC coach Clay Helton to be the Trojans’ starter at quarterback. Daniels started 11 games last season.
Clippers superstar Kawhi Leonard understands the realities children and families are facing as the new school year begins, LZ Granderson writes.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are getting closer Kenley Jansen ready for the playoffs by not pitching him in certain save situations over the next six weeks.
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