Vaccine eligibility requires proof. But as access expands officials have yet to establish what documents will be needed for verification.
Even as the daily toll of COVID-19 deaths declines, Latino residents of L.A. County are still dying at three times the rate of white residents, according to data.
Overwhelmed U.S. ports, elevated freight costs and accidents that sent goods plunging to the bottom of the ocean are causing headaches for U.S. retailers already reeling from the pandemic.
The golf star was seriously injured in a crash Tuesday in Rancho Palos Verdes.
Video of a violent robbery in which Lady Gaga’s dog walker is shot shows the two purebred French bulldogs were clearly the target of the attackers.
Newly released U.S. report on the killing of Jamal Khashoggi concludes that the Saudi crown prince directed the operation.
After ex-President Trump’s baseless claims of voting fraud, Republican lawmakers push to change election rules.
Democrats ready to push a $1.9-trillion COVID-19 relief package through the House, but a minimum wage boost is unlikely to be in the version that lands on Biden’s desk.
President Biden’s visit to Texas comes as many are angry at state leaders and are still recovering after losing power and water.
Disney is charging $75 for admission to California Adventure without rides or most live attractions. Sound crazy? Check out the near-hourlong waits.
At the core of “Allen v. Farrow” is “intense and harrowing” video of 7-year-old Dylan Farrow alleging abuse by Woody Allen. Here’s the story behind the tape.
Women were snubbed for the Academy of Country Music’s 2021 entertainer of the year field, but the organization touts 43% of nominees were female.
A section of California’s iconic road was washed out by heavy rains Jan. 28. Repairs start Monday.
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Former producer Cerise Castle claims she experienced a pattern of racist behavior while working at KCRW. The station disputes some of her allegations.
Two-and-a-half years after trying to institute an entire popular film category, the motion picture academy is looking at its least “popular” best picture lineup ... maybe ever.
Five Black journalists in conversation about working on the frontlines, covering what many have called the dual pandemic of COVID-19 and systemic racism.
Time’s Up, the anti-sexual harassment group that sprung up amid the Harvey Weinstein scandal, wants an investigation of allegations against Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Netflix outperformed industry peers in key metrics when it came to diversity and inclusion. But the LGBTQ community and people with disabilities were underrepresented, according to a USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative.
Fernando Frias de la Parra’s ‘I’m No Longer Here’ follows a young man from Northern Mexico to New York City, and is Mexico’s entry for this year’s international feature Oscar.
Now that Prince Harry and his family are settled in Southern California, TV host and fellow Brit James Corden invites him for a drive and a spot of tea.
Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving has renewed efforts to convince the NBA to place the image of late Lakers legend Kobe Bryant on the league’s logo.
Fernando Tatís Jr. signed a 14-year contract with the Padres, and Mariners president Kevin Mather resigned in disgrace. What’s the connection?
The UCLA gymnastics team will wear black and gold leotards featuring a raised fist on their shoulders at Saturday’s Black Excellence meet against OSU.
High school football teams in Los Angeles and Orange counties put on helmets and pads Friday for the first time in 11 months to begin a spring season.
A Mexican border camp built by Trump immigration policies has yet to be dismantled by Biden.
Israel boasts the world’s fastest COVID-19 vaccine rollout, with half the population inoculated. Reaching the other half presents challenges.
Gunmen abducted 317 girls from a boarding school in northern Nigeria on Friday, police say.
A U.S. airstrike in Syria targeted facilities belonging to a powerful Iranian-backed Iraqi armed group, killing one and wounding a number of others.
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