Aug. 22, 2019
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But don’t cry into your French onion soup: The country French eatery vows to stay open as part of the new complex.
The video game studio agreed to settle a class action suit alleging violations of the California Equal Pay Act and gender-based discrimination
Police say they think the suspect targeted Steven Shek Keung Chan, a 57-year-old retired administrator.
A video of Pacifica High School students doing a Nazi salute reflects rising racial tension as Orange County grows more diverse.
Los Angeles could bar people from sleeping on streets and sidewalks near schools, parks and day cares and in other prohibited areas under a newly proposed set of rules that has drawn fire from activists.
The Board of Supervisors wants to scrap pejorative descriptions and use “people-first language” that downplays a person’s criminal record.
Trump has remade the Republican Party, a new USC/L.A. Times poll finds. Nearly half of GOP voters want to move in an even more populist direction. But the change has alienated a significant chunk of Republicans whose support he’ll need for reelection.
About 3,885 residents have evacuated from the Mountain fire, which has burned more than 600 acres about 10 miles northeast of Redding.
These soft robots can change shape on their own as the environment around them changes. They fold up like origami, thanks to their 3D-printed hinges.
Costco recently stopped selling the ribeye cap, which is made when a butcher trims a whole ribeye roast and rolls the resulting marbled piece into a log and ties it with twine.
As Trump heads to the G-7 summit, every one of the leaders is facing political or economic turmoil — and he’s only adding to the chaos.
The Amnesty International comment came after President Jair Bolsonaro suggested without evidence that some nongovernmental groups may be setting fires over loss of funds.
A half century after Mary Ann got off the island, we’re taking her back. Dawn Wells joins us for a Gilligan-themed tiki party in Echo Park.
Whether you are gut-renovating, building a new home or simply want to upgrade the tired look of your current kitchen, putting in the perfect backsplash is the starting point for a beautiful result.
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