Oct. 18, 2019
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Their parents hoped that crossing the border separately, each with one son, would improve the chance that they all would be allowed into the country legally. But that’s not what U.S. immigration officials decided.
Orange County residential care homes will pay $1.1 million in back wages and penalties to 66 workers in federal lawsuit settlement, as experts cite widespread abuses in the industry
Los Angeles fire officials say the overall number of blazes affecting the homeless community is on pace to rise for the third year in a row.
An L.A. jury decided that Michael Gargiulo, convicted of murdering two women and nearly killing a third, should be put to death.
Southern California Edison is not explaining why it chose to keep electricity running through power lines in Slymar, including in an area where the Saddleridge fire ignited.
The cartel’s victory in subduing authorities was a stunning humiliation for the Mexican government, which has struggled to quell growing violence across the country.
The initial strategy toward the House impeachment investigation was to try to block witnesses from testifying. Now that’s failed. What’s Plan B?
U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a Democratic presidential candidate, fought back after Hillary Clinton appeared to call her “the favorite of the Russians” in a recent interview.
The new Showtime documentary “Sid & Judy” reveals never-before-heard private recordings from the couple’s 13-year marriage.
Amid legal action against tabloids, Meghan Markle opens about her struggles as a new mom and royal in the documentary “Harry and Meghan: An African Journey.”
The USC Song Girls, who were shut out from performing at basketball games by former athletic director Lynn Swann, will be back at the Galen Center this season.
Distribution of Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” has been delayed indefinitely in China, but the reason is not entirely clear.
When he’s not Twitter feuding with Trump advocates, the E Street Band guitarist has found time to record again with a reconvened Neil Young and Crazy Horse.
Each episode of Amazon’s “Modern Love” tells a complete (and discrete) short story. This guide will help you figure out which deserve your attention.
The Clippers call themselves prepared for a season that begins Tuesday against the Lakers, but they’ll have to build their rhythm as they integrate Paul George.
When Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia left ALCS Game 4 with an injured shoulder, he knew his career was over. He’s at peace with his significant accomplishments.
After so many years of struggling, Dalilah Muhammad is now fighting to stay on top and win gold again during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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