Dec. 5, 2019
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State Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara announced a one-year moratorium banning insurers from not renewing policies for homeowners in fire zones.
While California’s controversial Proposition 13 keeps taxes low for many longtime homeowners, more recently acquired properties receive larger bills.
A cold front from the Pacific Northwest will bring rain back to Southern California by Friday, and will linger over the state with widespread rain and snow.
California’s growth is slowing, but the Golden State is still likely to prosper more than the U.S. overall next year, UCLA’s forecast predicts
Pete Buttigieg is also rising among California Democratic primary voters, a poll for The Times finds. Michael Bloomberg is the most unpopular candidate.
‘His wrongdoing strikes at the very heart of our Constitution,’ the House speaker says. ‘Our democracy is what is at stake.’
President Trump asked the Supreme Court on Thursday to void a subpoena from the House of Representatives seeking his financial records from his accounting firm. The Constitution shields him from any financial disclosure, his lawyers assert.
Time-restricted eating, a form of intermittent fasting, appears to benefit people with metabolic syndrome, who are at a higher risk of diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.
Airbnb is banning large and “open invite” parties after a deadly Halloween shooting at a Northern California home rented through the platform.
Nye filed suit against Disney in 2017, saying it improperly held onto millions of dollars in profits from his popular “Bill Nye the Science Guy” TV show. A trial will take place in May, says a judge.
Paris Hilton, businesswoman, DJ, influencer and former reality TV star, used to be tabloid fodder. After leaving the public spotlight, she’s now ready to tell her story.
Former “America’s Got Talent” judge Julianne Hough commends copanelist Gabrielle Union and NBC for investigating the talent show after a series of complaints.
As a small town mail clerk faced with losing her job, the Spirit Award-nominated Karen Allen is quietly remarkable.
Justin Bieber regrets saying “really hurtful things” when he was younger, and now the pop star, 25, wants fans to take a stand against racism.
Noémie Merlant and Adèle Haenel play an 18th century painter and her subject who fall in love in Céline Sciamma’s exquisite new movie.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope has pushed through dark times and emerged better for it. With LeBron James go-to guy, Caldwell-Pope has learned to just play basketball again.
Former Spectrum SportsNet reporter Kelli Tennant files to have her lawsuit against Sacramento Kings coach Luke Walton dismissed, four months after an NBA inquiry found insufficient evidence to support her claims.
The San Francisco 49ers have suspended radio analyst Tim Ryan for one game for suggesting Baltimore Ravens’ Lamar Jackson gets an advantage from his “dark skin.”
The Galaxy will open the 2020 MLS season in Houston against the Dynamo on Feb. 29; LAFC hosts David Beckham’s Miami expansion team the next day.
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