Dec. 7, 2019
Top News
Lauren Bruner, who died in September at 98, is the 44th and final crew member of the U.S. battleship Arizona to be interred at the site of the Dec. 7, 1941, attack that sunk the ship.
Tech firms such as Palantir, Amazon, Google and Microsoft hire huge numbers of college graduates every year. Student activists are trying to disrupt that recruiting pipeline.
Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey’s campaign said it would stop working with a fundraiser that helped organize an Trump reelection event.
More than a dining guide, the 101 has become a roadmap for understanding and enjoying the city.
Lucas meets with comedian Margaret Cho and Eater’s L.A. editor Matthew Kang to explore some of the city’s best Korean food, ranging from kimchi pancakes to spicy Korean chicken wings.
Bill Addison reviews the excellent, austere omakase at Shin Sushi in Encino, a sushi bar experience stripped to its essence.
After a few sub-par defensive performances, coach Frank Vogel issued a challenge. He called it the Avery Challenge.
NBA coaches are so tasked with managing the success and health of their players, they can let themselves fall victim to stress, lack of sleep and other health issues.
The Dodgers have the resources and flexibility to acquire at least one elite player via free agency or trade for the first time under Andrew Friedman.
With owner Arte Moreno’s blessing, Angels general manager Billy Eppler will operate without spending restrictions at the winter meetings and beyond.
Weekend Reads
Welcome to the Los Angeles Times’ 2019 holiday gift guide, where our editors and writers are sharing their favorite gifts to give — and receive!
Metrolink is introducing a new holiday express that offers on-board Christmas entertainment for families in the run-up to the holidays.
New runs, chairlifts and places to eat and sleep will tempt skiers and boarders on the slopes of California and beyond.
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