A Times analysis found that Latino representation has stagnated for a decade-plus.
A heat wave with record-high temperatures is expected to sweep the Los Angeles area this week, with the highest temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday.
It may not be easy to set up, but a right to housing should be essential in Los Angeles.
As a political reporter, I have seen four Republican revolutions, each of which took the party farther right.
The La Cristianita saga is barely remembered — even by its putative caretakers at Camp Pendleton.
Israeli parliament’s vote of confidence in the new government pushes Netanyahu aside, installing another right-wing leader, Naftali Bennett, in his place.
Police officials say such weapons represent real, imminent threats. Others claim the danger is exaggerated and that officers are too quick to pull the trigger.
Biden pushed other leading democracies to condemn China’s use of forced labor by Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities.
Mahmoud Abu Jubbah and his family have the grim task of clearing the aftermath of war.
For many seniors, the end of high school is marked by the first in-person gathering of their entire class since March 2020 — graduation.
A broken surfboard helped Bryan Perez escape poverty and endure deep loss. Fan support softens the blow of missing the Olympics for the elite surfer.
An excerpt from ‘Cheated’ tells the deeper story of the 2017 Dodgers-Astros World Series and the lengths the Astros went to win a tainted World Series title
An aggressive Paul George scored 31 points in the Clippers’ needed Game 3 victory over the Utah Jazz, and L.A. still has a shot at playoff history.
‘The Trials of Frank Carson’ is a true crime podcast about power, politics and law in California’s Central Valley. Carson was Stanislaus County’s most controversial defense attorney, a wizard with juries and a courtroom brawler with an unapologetically caustic style.
Councilman Mike Bonin says he’s angry about the suffering he sees. So let’s get going on solutions.
Republican-controlled state legislatures are still passing new laws to make it harder to cast a ballot. Congress needs to enter the fray.
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Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jon M. Chu, Olga Merediz and others break down ‘Paciencia y Fe,’ the immigrant ballet sure to give viewers a ‘big gasp moment.’
Part of a growing cadre of Latino writers speaking out, staffers say the project came with a low budget, poor pay and a brutal schedule.
To examine the ‘overtly racist’ storylines called out by cast member Jean Yoon is to see why the industry’s diversity issues remain unresolved.
From guitar techs to road managers to crew chiefs, a year without work devastated live music’s behind-the-scenes workers, and many may never recover.
Denmark team doctor Morten Boesen says Christian Eriksen’s heart stopped and ‘he was gone’ before being resuscitated at Euro 2020 match.
Novak Djokovic rallied from two sets down over Stefanos Tsitsipas in the French Open final for his 19th Grand Slam title.
Trevor Bauer struggled in the Dodgers’ 12-1 loss to the Texas Rangers, capping a day of difficult news that included Max Muncy going on the 10-day IL.
USC on Saturday captured its third women’s national outdoor track and field crown, with Anna Cockrell winning the 100 - and 400-meter hurdles titles.
The pinching hand symbol has become a point of contention in a charged battle over gender and anti-feminist backlash by men’s rights groups.
The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for bombing two minivans in a mostly Shiite neighborhood in Kabul that killed seven people, including two film animators.
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro led motorcyclist supporters through the streets of Sao Paulo — and got hit with a fine for failure to wear a mask.
Blue Origin did not disclose the winner’s name following the live online auction, but their identity will be revealed soon.
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