Sep. 30, 2020


Deadly Delays

Thousands of patients in L.A. County’s public hospital system face long, sometimes deadly waits to see specialists, a Times investigation has found. The system serves primarily the region’s poorest and most vulnerable residents.

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The Lakers play the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. Join us here for live updates, the score and analysis.

Malls and nail salons in L.A. County can resume indoor operations with restrictions. Outdoor playgrounds also can reopen

The biggest of the temblors measured 4.4 magnitude and struck about 4:30 p.m. near the town of Westmoreland.

Police in Los Angeles and other major cities across California issue citations to Black residents for minor infractions at far higher rates than white residents, according to a new study.

Republicans cringe at Trump’s refusal to clearly denounce white supremacists as Joe Biden begins a campaign swing through two key states.

In a year of national protests against racial injustice, state lawmakers approved Assembly Bill 3121 to force the state to begin to confront its racist history and systemic disparities that persist today.

Attempted murder charges have been filed against Deonte Lee Murray, 36, in the attack at the Compton Metro station earlier this month.

California’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health, known as Cal/OSHA, found that a Ralphs in Culver City as well as one in Sherman Oaks each failed to report a worker’s death due to coronavirus. A Food 4 Less store allowed too many customers inside and workers could not maintain a safer six feet of physical distance.

Experts say many students in kindergarten through third grade will struggle with online school. Here are some ideas to help make virtual learning work as well as you can.

On the eve of the release of a solo concert film, Fleetwood Mac star Stevie Nicks opens up on Lindsey Buckingham’s exit and looking for love in her 70s.

“We fear for their future.” That’s studios and directors’ message to Washington about the dire state of the movie theater industry.

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California counties need to show seven or fewer new coronavirus cases per 100,000 residents each day for two weeks to see some restrictions lifted. That’s a high bar for some.


As the country grapples with the role of systemic racism, The Times has committed to examining its past.

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Times photographers Kent Nishimura and Brian van der Brug talk about shooting wildfires in a year when the blazes seem more destructive than ever.

Protesters took to the streets in Louisville, Ky., and Los Angeles after a grand jury declined to charge officers in the killing of Breonna Taylor.


A lack of scripted programming because of coronavirus restrictions cuts into the ratings of the first week of the prime-time television season.

LACMA just put its director’s home on the market for nearly $6.6 million. In May, records show the museum acquired a cheaper residence three blocks away.

Actor Ryan Dorsey slams “absurd narratives” about his relationship with Nickayla Rivera, the sister of his late ex, “Glee” star Naya Rivera.

Yara Shahidi, Tessa Thompson, Ava DuVernay, Kumail Nanjiani, Kerry Washington, Brie Larson and other celebrities live-tweeted Tuesday’s presidential debate.

The council votes 5-2 to sell the stadium and surrounding land to Angels owner Arte Moreno in a deal designed to keep the team in town through 2050.

Angels team President John Carpino and manager Joe Maddon outlined what owner Arte Moreno is seeking in a general manager to succeed the fired Billy Eppler.

Up to 11,500 tickets will be sold for National League Championship Series and World Series games played at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.

Normally kept secret, the documents and audio recordings were set to be made public at noon Eastern on Wednesday after an unidentified grand juror filed a separate court motion this week asking a judge to release the record of the proceedings.

Seagram’s liquor heiress Clare Bronfman is sentenced to almost seven years in prison in the conspiracy case involving the NXIVM self-improvement group.

Pompeo made the appeal at a conference on religious freedom organized by the U.S. Embassy to the Holy See, with top Vatican officials in the audience.

Lebanon has legalized marijuana farming — already a thriving illicit industry — in hopes of giving a boost to its foundering economy.


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