Oct. 14, 2019
Top News
New laws for those here illegally include letting them serve on government boards and banning immigration arrests in state courthouses.
Some money is being shifted from road construction to commuter rail in an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help fight California’s war against climate change.
In an era when the mega-rich have given enormous donations to higher education, the school is beaming with pride over its gift: all for the school’s woodworking program.
Everyone wondered how Harvey Weinstein allegedly got away with it for so long; Ronan Farrow has some of the answers in “Catch and Kill,” and they are not pretty.
Starting Oct. 29, LAX will ban Uber, Lyft and taxi pickups from the curb. Travelers will board a shuttle or walk to a parking lot next to Terminal 1 to catch a ride.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday urged PG&E to give money back to hundreds of thousands of customers affected by last week’s outages.
The victims include a veteran L.A. park ranger, an 89-year-old woman, a man in his 50s who had a heart attack and an unknown victim.
The latest bad news for Medicaid work requirement: They are a failure in policy terms (unless the policy goal is to throw people off Medicaid).
An investigation is ongoing into the death of Sulli, the South Korean pop star, actress and f(x) alum whose body was found in her home on Monday. She was 25.
In Netflix’s “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie,” Jesse Plemons reprises his role as the unsettling Todd Alquist and reaffirms his status as a standout.
President Trump took a break from world affairs Monday to solicit “Dancing With the Stars” votes for former White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
Elton John’s autobiography “Me” arrives on the heels of his smash farewell tour, “Rocketman” biopic and what can only be described as personal contentment.
Michael Ritchie, the artistic director of Center Theatre Group, has brought exciting theater programming, but why hasn’t he made Los Angeles a greater player in the national conversation?
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