Feb. 27, 2020
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Even in the left-wing heart of California, the Democratic Party electorate is far from monolithic heading into the March 3 presidential primary on Super Tuesday.
Robotic arms like Flippy from Miso Robotics are getting cheap enough to make financial sense for low-wage work. But there’s an argument in the industry.
California’s largest school district has not taken an official position on a bond measure that would raise billions of dollars for schools. A clause on developer fees may be part of the reason.
The U.S. Department of Education ordered changes to operations and three years of federal monitoring after it said the university failed to protect students from a campus gynecologist accused of abusing hundreds of patients.
Notes by William “Rick” Singer become an issue as an Oct. 5 trial date is set for Lori Loughlin and other parents accused of defrauding USC.
Record high temperatures are possible in Southern California as a high-pressure ridge is rerouting winter storms that typically soak the region.
New analyses show that cheating didn’t help the Astros, and may have hurt their record
The new music video for “The Man,” directed by Taylor Swift, doubles down on the feminist themes that made the song an anthem from her latest album, “Lover.”
On Malibu’s Broad Beach, comedian-actress Mindy Kaling has shelled out $9.55 million for the stylish home of Frank and Barbara Sinatra.
The eyebrow is no longer just a thing to be maintained. It is the latest big beauty focus, a blank canvas for creativity and fuel for a global billion-dollar industry.
Kobe Bryant “walked the walk,” as WNBA star Nneka Ogwumike said, in supporting women’s sports, particularly basketball. Can his void be filled?
The Angels shut down Griffin Canning last summer because of elbow soreness. After his first appearance this spring, the soreness has returned.
SoFi Stadium will be home to the new L.A. Bowl coming this college football bowl season which will match the Mountain West Conference’s No. 1 selection against the Pac-12’s No. 5 selection.
Major League Baseball will have its first African-American and Mexican-American umpire crew chiefs this season.
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