Aug. 19, 2019
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The debate over reparations for slavery is getting new attention through the 2020 presidential race. For the descendants of slaves in South Carolina, it’s personal.
Hundreds of thousands of vulnerable Californians could be at risk when utilities cut power to prevent wildfires during extreme weather.
Resorts and other property owners turn to professional falconers to get rid of nuisance birds in an eco-friendly way.
K. Connie Kang was a meticulous and sensitive observer who covered the city’s Asian communities for the L.A. Times with deep understanding, colleagues said.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has issued a warning to members that coffee is prohibited no matter how fancy the name.
The advisory was issued for the Coachella Valley and will remain in effect until at least Monday because of winds from the south.
At least eight K-pop stars from China and even one from Taiwan and one from Hong Kong are publicly stating their support for Beijing’s one-China policy, eliciting both disappointment and understanding from fans.
Last week, a bunch of state Capitol old-timers — including ex-Gov. Jerry Brown, former San Francisco Mayor and Assembly Speaker Willie Brown, and one-time Senate leader John Burton — packed the iconic Frank Fat’s restaurant to salute its 80th birthday.
The Canadian duo Sarah Pavan and Melissa Humana-Paredes defeat April Ross and Alix Klineman to capture the AVP Manhattan Beach Open title.
Pitching in relief of Tony Gonsolin, Dustin May gave up a grand slam to Rafael Ortega and the Atlanta Braves rallied to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-3.
Antonio Brown’s helmet dispute with the NFL kept him out of practice Sunday, and the Oakland Raiders are losing their patience with the wide receiver.
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