April 6, 2020
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Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday announced that California was lending 500 state-owned ventilators to the Strategic National Stockpile to help New York and other COVID-19 hot spots facing shortages of the desperately needed medical devices.
An increase in vehicle speeds on the empty streets of Los Angeles is “troubling,” said L.A. Police Chief Michel Moore.
There are ethical and economic considerations when we pay others to face coronavirus dangers we’d rather not deal with.
Among California law enforcement and other first responders, the number of LAPD officers and civilian employees with the coronavirus is at 45.
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Prosecutors charged two former 21st Century Fox executives with alleged bribes to gather confidential information during bidding for broadcast rights to the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
Many homeowners won’t sign up for $20,000 solar-panel systems when they don’t know if they can pay their mortgage.
Even as the coronavirus rages, workers in parts of California continue the job of picking up and sorting through waste and recycled items.
The bulk of the rain is expected to fall in Los Angeles County on Monday, but a low-pressure system will linger through Thursday.
Global Citizen will unite major artists for “One World: Together at Home,” curated by Lady Gaga with hosts Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert.
According to Pollstar, of the $12.2 billion projected this year in box-office receipts, $8.9 billion could be lost if the industry remains dark for the rest of the year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
As the coronavirus wallops the economy, lawyers who negotiated the deal for victims of wildfires caused by PG&E equipment wonder whether the utility can pay.
Hollywood Reporter Editorial Director Matthew Belloni is leaving his role after about four years. Belloni had worked at the company for 14 years.
Singer Pink says her son’s COVID-19 experience was “a roller coaster” with symptoms including “all the things that scare the bejesus out of you as a mama.”
Quibi, the newest competition in the streaming wars, debuts Monday with more than 50 titles. Here, we take you behind the scenes of a dozen.
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Former NFL player Kyle Turley is stepping away from his cannabis-related companies so he can privately advocate the products as a coronavirus cure.
It’s been almost three weeks since Tom Brady decided to move on with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Now it’s time for him to actually do it.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Wisconsin Republicans push ahead with Tuesday’s election. The state and U.S. supreme courts side with them.
U.S. designates a Russian white supremacist group as a terrorist organization, the first time the label has been applied to such a racially motivated movement.
Families say hospitals are rationing medical care for other life-threatening illnesses as India mobilizes its resources to fight the coronavirus.
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