Jan. 27, 2020
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KOBE BRYANT DIES IN HELICOPTER CRASH
Investigators are looking into why a helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others slammed into a Calabasas hillside.
Kobe Bryant called Newport Beach his home. He raised his daughters here, was involved in local schools and youth sports and made friends at the neighborhood grocery and Starbucks.
Trump’s lawyers laid the groundwork for invoking executive privilege to block potentially damaging public testimony from witnesses like John Bolton.
Republican senators claim they are shocked, shocked to hear that Trump will put the “head on a pike” of anyone who votes against him. Seriously?
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Just after 8 on a warm evening in September, Janae Bell was shooting the breeze with two friends at the Hearst Avenue railroad crossing, sharing some pastries and talking bikes.
Garcetti is on track to miss his goal to greatly increase the number of female LAFD firefighters, renewing questions about why more women aren’t on the force.
PG&E and Edison could be required to reimburse customers for financial losses from power outages to prevent wildfires under a proposal in the California Legislature.
The new policy can be used to deny green cards to immigrants over their use of public benefits including Medicaid, food stamps and housing vouchers.
China on Monday expanded sweeping efforts to contain a viral disease by extending the Lunar New Year holiday to keep the public at home and avoid spreading infection as the death toll rose to 80.
A Los Angeles Police Department officer was arrested Monday on suspicion of stealing cash from a backpack while narcotics officers conducted enforcement of an illegal cannabis grow facility.
Oprah Winfrey is finally addressing the controversy surrounding her latest book club pick, “American Dirt,” and promising to take its critics seriously.
A U.S. prosecutor overseeing the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking investigation says Prince Andrew has provided “zero cooperation” in the inquiry.
In a recent interview, Selena Gomez described herself as a “victim” in her relationship with Justin Bieber, who inspired her track “Lose You to Love Me.”
As baseball tries to learn from the Houston Astros’ cheating scandal, a conundrum exists: How can technology be banned in one area and embraced in every other?
Follow along and ask questions as Arash Markazi interviews celebrities and players, hits up parties and checks out the best food ahead of Super Bowl LIV.
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With just two weeks to go until the Academy Awards, this year’s Oscar nominees gathered for a star-packed luncheon that paid tribute to Kobe Bryant.
“Big Little Lies,” “The Act,” “Marriage Story,” “Little Women” — so many award nominees, one common denominator: Laura Dern
Japanese-style hot pot makes for a warming chicken soup recipe, which is simmered with kabocha squash and greens and served with ponzu sauce, grated daikon and ginger.
These four Los Angeles shops specialize in Japanese kitchenware, including nabe, beautiful and functional cooking vessels that come as ceramic donabe or cast iron tetsunabe.
In this week’s Tasting Notes newsletter, Bill Addison talks Nashville hot chicken at L.A.'s new Hotville
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