A flourishing subgenre of YouTube channels features North Korean refugees telling how they fled the authoritarian government and how they’ve adjusted.
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Efforts to oust the Democratic governor amount to a revolt by discontented conservative state residents, columnist Mark Z. Barabak writes.
As it marches toward the Oscars, “Nomadland” sparks continued debate over its portrayal of working conditions for Amazon warehouse workers.
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Suspension of use of the Johnson & Johnson shot would be a major blow to the effort to inoculate all Americans as quickly as possible.
The teachers union held firm and district officials retreated, resulting in less live instruction and a shorter school day under distance learning. Critics say students were shortchanged. The union challenges that conclusion.
People who are seeking shots at city-run vaccination sites must provide valid identification and be a resident of Los Angeles County.
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Five augmented reality artworks launched Tuesday push the conversation on representation and historical accuracy in monuments.
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Investment firm Blackstone acquired the genealogical site Ancestry for $4.7 billion. It says it has no plans to mine people’s DNA data for profit.
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The ‘Ma Rainey’ hair and makeup team had strict instructions to bring the messy, the sweaty -- and the horse hair.
The Antoine Fuqua-directed slave drama is the first major Hollywood production to change plans to film in the state after Gov. Brian Kemp signed the law last month.
Oscar voting begins Thursday. Here’s how three academy members are filling out their ballots.
Cobb struck out 10 and Ohtani hit a two-run double that broke open the game for the Angels, who won 10-3 in Kansas City on Monday.
Dennis Schroder scores a team-high 21 points for the Lakers, who struggle to keep up with Knicks after committing 24 turnovers in 111-96 loss Monday.
East teams primed to challenge for the Stanley Cup were among the teams that stood out at NHL trade deadline, but the Kings also made notable moves.
India’s worst surge of the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the global supply of vaccines because of the country’s leading role in manufacturing them.
A student died at the school, and an officer was wounded and taken into surgery, authorities said.
California reopens enrollment for its state health insurance exchange as new federal assistance could lower monthly premiums by $1,000 or more.
Mexico once embraced renewable energies. Now President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is doubling down on dirty fossil fuels such as coal.
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