Everyone from the World Series Game 6 starting lineup except Justin Turner returns, and the Dodgers have several more young potential stars on the horizon.
Fresno police have arrested 41-year-old Jaime Fonseca on suspicion of stabbing three protesters at a pro-Armenian rally in the street.
China has already injected hundreds of thousands of people with COVID-19 vaccines. Vaccines that have not yet completed clinical trials.
California auditors investigating dozens of whistleblower complaints say the state will wastefully spend millions of dollars unless it takes corrective action.
Fighting to keep his Senate seat, Republican Steve Daines is locked in a close contest with his Democratic challenger, Gov. Steve Bullock.
Officials announced the highest one-day increase in cases not connected to a reporting backlog since August.
Mayor Eric Garcetti and LAPD Chief Michel Moore assure Angelenos the city is ready for whatever next week’s election brings and the polls are safe.
Out of nearly 80 homicides in Central L.A., more than 30 involve homeless victims.
Wisconsin’s small towns on the Mississippi River backed Trump in 2016, but a COVID-19 surge is boosting support for Biden in a rural region that twice backed Obama.
Here’s what the science says about whether Justin Turner put other Dodgers at risk by celebrating their World Series win despite a positive coronavirus test.
Netflix on Thursday raises prices on its standard and premium plans, after the streamer experienced exponential growth during the pandemic.
Keith Mannes is among conservative pastors to recently take a stand against the president. He believes Trump goes against the teachings of Christianity.
What happens if neither candidate receives the required 270 votes in the electoral college and the House is left to pick the country’s next president?
The general election is approaching fast, with presidential, congressional, state legislative and local races on the Nov. 3 ballot. Here’s everything you need to know to make sure your vote is counted.
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Tracking the Coronavirus
For months, Los Angeles parents have held on to hope that public school campuses would reopen soon. It’s unlikely to happen before January, officials say.
If nearly all Americans would wear face masks when they leave their homes, they could save over 100,000 lives by the end of February, a study says.
The boundless passion of Dodgers fans is revealed as a residential property transforms into a work of art.
What happened to Mandalore and the Mandalorians before the events of Disney+ series “The Mandalorian”? Here’s what we know from the animated “Star Wars” shows.
Keith Richards on his X-Pensive Winos reissue, a new Rolling Stones album and living in American during COVID.
Actress Scarlett Johansson and “Saturday Night Live” star Colin Jost got married and want fans to donate to Meals on Wheels to celebrate.
In the early days of the pandemic, L.A. Dance Project began developing a COVID-19 compliant season that evolved into a drive-in dance series.
The Dodgers’ World Series win has been marred by Justin Turner’s act of selfishness and disappointment, writes columnist Bill Plaschke.
The Arizona Coyotes have renounced their rights to their top 2020 draft pick Mitchell Miller after learning more about his bullying of a Black classmate four years ago.
College athletes will soon be able to capitalize on their name, image and likeness. In an attempt to get a jump on the competition, USC has created an in-house studio.
After hitting Louisiana as a Category 2 hurricane, Zeta sped across the Southeast, leaving a trail of damage and power outages in Atlanta and beyond.
Jerry Falwell Jr. has sued Liberty University two months after resigning as the school’s president amid a series of scandals.
French anti-terrorism prosecutors are investigating a fatal knife attack at a church in the Mediterranean city of Nice.
Peaceful protests in Philadelphia give way to more unrest as some demonstrators clash with police over a Black man’s fatal shooting by cops.
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