Dec. 15, 2019
The producer and two attorneys who defended a minor accused in the killing of a police officer were accused of misconduct by an L.A. County sheriff’s sergeant.
In almost a year since the government began sending asylum seekers back to Mexico, only 11 people have been granted asylum.
Among the Vietnamese diaspora, support for the protesters in Hong Kong has been ongoing and pronounced, highlighting ties between Vietnam, Hong Kong.
Violence erupts at a town hall event where an Armenian organization was thanking U.S. government officials for their support of a resolution recognizing the Armenian genocide.
Long-range forecasts suggest that California’s holidays may be a bit wetter than normal, but it’s too early to be certain
The bakery became famous for its Cuban cakes and pastries. It also became a touchstone for generations of Cuban immigrants in Los Angeles.
The Hallmark Channel has pulled ads that feature two brides kissing at the altar after pressure from a conservative advocacy group.
“Jumanji: The Next Level” and “Black Christmas” opened widely. In limited release, more films rolled out: “Bombshell,” “Uncut Gems” and “A Hidden Life.”
Year in Review
Two years ago, she nearly quit music. Today, Lizzo is nominated for eight Grammy awards and twerks for the soul of America at sold-out arenas.
Tiger Woods set the tone for the U.S. in the singles matches by beating Abraham Ancer prompting a rally by the Americans, who trailed the International team for the first time in 16 years.
Landry Shamet had 11 points with four rebounds in limited minutes for the Clippers on Saturday. It was his first game action since Nov. 11.
Money is definitely a factor in why USC decided to keep Clay Helton as its football coach. The Pac-`12, and its dwindling revenues, is partially to blame.
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