Jan. 27, 2020
Los Angeles Remembers NBA Star Kobe Bryant
Federal investigators try to unravel the mystery of why a helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others slammed into a Calabasas hillside.
We don’t need perfect victims to idolize. We need imperfect human beings who show us how become better versions of ourselves. Nipsey and Kobe did that.
Kobe Bryant, the NBA MVP who had a 20-year career with the Lakers, was killed Sunday when the helicopter he was traveling in crashed and burst into flames in the hills above Calabasas. His daughter Gianna, 13, was also on board and died along with seven others.The Times is offering coverage of Kobe Bryant’s death for free today. Please consider a subscription to support our journalism.
Trump Impeachment
Sens. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar campaign hard in Iowa during a break in the Trump impeachment trial, days before the first contest in the Democratic presidential race.
Republican senators claim they are shocked, shocked to hear that Trump will put the “head on a pike” of anyone who votes against him. Seriously?
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Garcetti is on track to miss his goal to greatly increase the number of female LAFD firefighters, renewing questions about why more women aren’t on the force.
On the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi concentration camp, more than 200 survivors and their families met at a memorial in front of the Birkenau “gate of death.”
The San Diego mayor isn’t saying he’ll run against Gov. Gavin Newsom in 2022. But he is talking to people about it — consultants, potential donors, disheartened GOP pols.
The new policy can be used to deny green cards to immigrants over their use of public benefits including Medicaid, food stamps and housing vouchers.
China on Monday expanded sweeping efforts to contain a viral disease by extending the Lunar New Year holiday to keep the public at home and avoid spreading infection as the death toll rose to 80.
Just after 8 on a warm evening in September, Janae Bell was shooting the breeze with two friends at the Hearst Avenue railroad crossing, sharing some pastries and talking bikes.
Mimi Halyei, who was among the many women who publicly accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault in 2017, is scheduled to testify about the alleged rape Monday.
A U.S. prosecutor overseeing the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking investigation says Prince Andrew has been uncooperative in the inquiry.
In a recent interview, Selena Gomez described herself as a “victim” in her relationship with Justin Bieber, who inspired her track “Lose You to Love Me.”
These four Los Angeles shops specialize in Japanese kitchenware, including nabe, beautiful and functional cooking vessels that come as ceramic donabe or cast iron tetsunabe.
An emotional Doc Rivers says he is devastated about Kobe Bryant’s death before the team’s win over the Orlando Magic.
A little over 14 minutes into the first half against Oregon, UCLA had 14 points to go with its 14 turnovers.
New Dodgers reliever Blake Treinen was a teammate of Mike Fiers the last two seasons. He defends Fiers for blowing the whistle on the Astros’ sign-stealing.
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