Feb. 26, 2020
Democratic rivals treated Bernie Sanders gingerly in their debate a week ago. He clobbered them in Nevada’s caucuses. In Tuesday’s South Carolina debate, they attacked. They may have waited too long.
Sanders get swarmed, Bloomberg is better, Biden goes big and Warren loses the element of surprise.
‘I know Joe Biden. I know his character, his heart, and his record,’ tweets Clyburn, the highest-ranking black member of Congress.
More than 200 Cherokees and other Native Americans urged Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren to fully retract her past claims to being Native.
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Republicans lost half of their congressional seats in California two years ago. Here’s how they plan to win them back in 2020.
Dr. Craig Towers has spent the last decade treating pregnant women addicted to opioids and clashing with the medical establishment about his radical form of treatment: Helping them wean off the drugs.
Local officials in Silicon Valley are at odds over a federal agency’s demand that a key reservoir be drained quickly for earthquake retrofits.
A large fire at Marathon Petroleum refinery in Carson late Tuesday night prompted a brief closure of all lanes of the 405 Freeway.
The candidates running for L.A. County supervisor have pledged to ease homelessness, but many were in elected office as it became a crisis.
A retiree needs to consider whether it’s time to transition away from active investing and individual stocks and move into a more passive portfolio.
We asked a mix of writers, editors, chefs and staffers what supermarket they lean on most.
LeBron James had 40 points and eight rebounds in his first career meeting with Zion Williamson while leading the Lakers to their sixth straight victory, 118-109 over the New Orleans Pelicans.
Maria Sharapova quietly walked away from tennis at the age of 32 on Wednesday, ending a career that featured five Grand Slam titles and a 15-month doping ban.
LAFC has sold out all 37 MLS home games — regular season and postseason — it has played at Banc of California Stadium since joining MLS for the 2018 season.
Diane Baker, Diane Ladd and the writers and director of the movie “Seberg” reflect on the tumultuous life and mysterious death of the 1960s New Wave star.
Sophia Lillis (‘It,’ ‘Sharp Objects’) deals with teen angst and uncontrollable telekinetic abilities in Netflix’s “I Am Not Okay With This.”
In “Billionaire Wilderness,” Justin Farrell dissects America’s most unequal place — Teton County
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