Oct. 14, 2019
Top News
A Times Investigation found a rising number of death probes across the country were complicated or upended after body parts were taken before a coroner’s autopsy.
Tens of thousands of L.A. residents who fled the Saddleridge fire returned home this weekend as Santa Ana winds died down and cool ocean breezes helped firefighters boost containment.
The Division will drastically cut back on pulling over random vehicles, a cornerstone of the city’s crime-fighting strategy that has come under fire for its disproportionate impact on black and Latino drivers.
The 2019 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences has been awarded Monday to Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer “for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty.”
Rescue crews in Japan dug through mudslides and searched near swollen rivers Monday as they looked for those missing from a typhoon that left as many as 36 dead and caused serious damage in central and northern Japan.
Food festivals are more popular than ever, but they come at a high cost for the restaurants and chefs they’re supposed to promote.
Elton John’s autobiography “Me” arrives on the heels of his smash farewell tour, “Rocketman” biopic and what can only be described as personal contentment.
A video shown at a meeting of President Trump’s supporters depicted a likeness of the president shooting and stabbing his opponents in a church, the New York Times reported.
The World Trade Organization has formally given the go-ahead for the United States to impose trade sanctions on up to $7.5 billion worth of European Union goods following a ruling that European plane maker Airbus received illegal subsidies.
‘217 Boxes of Dr. Henry Anonymous’ confronts the little-known gay psychiatrist whose early 1970s activism profoundly advanced LGBTQ civil rights.
Joker stays on top while “Addams Family” and “Parasite"open strong. Will Smith sci-fi thriller “Gemini Man” and Adam Devine comedy “Jexi” fall short.
World & Nation
Ecuador celebrated a deal President Lenín Moreno and indigenous leaders struck late Sunday to cancel a disputed austerity package and end nearly two weeks of protests that have paralyzed the economy and left seven dead.
Spain’s Supreme Court on Monday convicted 12 former Catalan politicians and activists for their roles in a secession bid in 2017, a ruling that immediately inflamed independence supporters in the wealthy northeastern region.
Atatiana Jefferson was watching her nephew when she was killed while police checked on the home after a neighbor reported the front door was open.
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