Feb. 18, 2020
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UC Riverside’s 113-year-old Givaudan Citrus Variety Collection was founded as a place to gather and study as many citrus specimens as possible.
The containment of the 2003 SARS outbreak is considered one of the biggest public health victories in recent years. Stopping the new coronavirus, known as COVID-19, will probably be much harder.
The men’s bodies were found near the grave of a man killed in Mexico in December, authorities confirmed Tuesday.
Harvey Weinstein’s lead defense attorney Donna Rotunno was lambasted by a prosecutor for writing an op-ed addressing the jury ahead of trial deliberations.
En route to a fundraiser Trump was greeted by supporters who waved, and protesters who held signs that read “JAIL TRUMP.”
Uninsured Californians still have time to avoid a penalty for not having healthcare if they sign up through Covered California by March 31.
LeBron James has some thoughts on the Astros’ sign-stealing scandal and how he would feel if a team tried to cheat him out of a title.
In the future, when you order a coffee at McDonald’s or Starbucks, it could be served in the same cup you used a few months earlier and tossed away.
The Hollywood Bowl’s 2020 season celebrates the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote, loads of female performances and a Pan-American music initiative with lots of Latin rhythm. “School of Rock” will be summer’s staged musical. Plus plenty of Gustavo Dudamel, John Williams and Harry Potter.
In the new Apple docuseries “Visible: Out on Television,” the decades-long fight for LGBTQ representation on TV is only just beginning.
Mexican-Japanese artist Shizu Saldamando’s portraits of artists and friends at Oxy Arts show a thriving Latinx art movement. Rafa Esparza, Ramiro Gomez, poet Raquel Gutiérrez and Guadalupe Rosales are some of the faces on the walls.
Ja’Net DuBois, who played the vivacious neighbor Willona Woods on “Good Times” and composed and sang the theme song for “The Jeffersons,” has died.
Authorities say the 6-year-old girl who disappeared from her frontyard after school was killed by a neighbor who then killed himself.
India has hastily erected a wall in Gujarat ahead of a visit by U.S. President Trump and critics say it is designed to block the view of a slum area.
The move comes after the deadline for filing childhood sexual assault claims was extended in California and other states.
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