Dec. 12, 2019
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Priced as high as $350 million as a pocket listing, the estate centers on a 1930s French neoclassical-style chateau of 25,000 square feet that sits on 10 acres.
Election hinges on Brexit divide; big win by Conservatives could propel country out of EU.
While scouring mountainsides for a missing hiker, search and rescue teams have been diverted multiple times over the past few days to rescue other adventurers, prompting officials to temporarily close several areas of Mt.
In the next decade, the 405, 5, 55, 57 and 91 freeways could see added express toll lanes to relieve increasing congestion.
The committee is finalizing articles of impeachment against President Trump as Democrats prepare to make him the third president in U.S. history to be impeached.
In a contentious Senate hearing, Michael Horowitz defends his report rejecting President Trump’s claims that the Russia investigation was based on partisan politics.
The use of deception to obtain confessions after suspects invoke their right to remain silent “appears to be a common police practice throughout California,” the state Supreme Court justice said.
By standing up for bush league teams all over the country, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont is showing wholesome small town values and priorities not always seen on the presidential campaign trail.
The grandson of Gen. Emiliano Zapata is suing the National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature over a painting in which the Mexican hero is observed riding a horse while wearing only high heels and a pink sombrero.
CHP officers found the red Lamborghini upside down and abandoned near Altadena in the early morning hours Wednesday and were looking for the driver.
The Times’ list includes familiar names and brand-new entrants.
These are the restaurants making their first appearance on The Times’ 101 Best Restaurants list.
Here’s how critics Bill Addison and Patricia Escárcega approached this year’s 101 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles list.
The Library of Congress has added 25 movies to its National Film Registry, including Prince’s “Purple Rain” and Spike Lee’s “She’s Gotta Have It.”
“ARE ... YOU ... NOT ... ENTERTAINED?!?” Lizzo tweeted Wednesday after she was named Time’s entertainer of the year. Yes, honey, we definitely are.
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