Feb. 25, 2020
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Mt. Disappointment is a perfectly lovely peak in the San Gabriel Mountains above Los Angeles. So why did it get such a terrible name?
Four men walked into a small-town cemetery one morning. Only one walked out. The town wonders: random violence or cartel murders?
The San Joaquin Valley remains an upbeat bastion for Trump, even as Democrats dominate the state government and make preparations for the March 3 primary election.
Bernie Sanders has broad support among communities of color in California, a new poll finds. Among Democratic hopefuls, Joe Biden and Michael Bloomberg trail Sanders.
Telecom companies will do everything possible to protect shareholder value. That means offsetting losses in TV subscribers by increasing revenue from internet-only customers.
The fallen opera star, who resigned as general manager of Los Angeles Opera in October, made his statement as the union representing performers prepares to release the findings of its investigation.
In a video posted on Monday, First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom is seen talking with protesters about the vaccine laws signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom last year before she asks that they not post the video online.
Hosni Mubarak for decades kept a cold peace with Israel and crushed political dissent at home until a 2011 protest movement drove him from power.
Developers plan a 400-acre La Quinta resort called Coral Mountain with a surfing bay by the best-known creator of surf parks, Kelly Slater Wave Co.
“Human composting,” an eco-friendly alternative to traditional burial or cremation, was approved in Washington state last year.
Jenn Harris and Lucas Kwan Peterson visit Jollibee, KFC, Popeyes, Krispy Krunchy and Church’s Chicken to find the best fast-food fried chicken.
In a two-hour event filled with basketball royalty, entertainment icons, and 35,000 roses, it was the simple words of Vanessa Bryant that captured the moment.
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During Monday’s Kobe Bryant memorial at Staples Center, his widow, Vanessa, tearfully recalled how Kobe gave her the blue dress from the film “The Notebook.”
Michael Jordan was tearful while eulogizing Kobe Bryant, who at one time aggravated him with all his questions. Then Jordan realized Bryant’s passion.
Tears streamed down Jennifer Lopez’s face as Vanessa Bryant spoke at Monday’s memorial for Kobe Bryant. Lopez was one of many celebs spotted in the crowd.
Kawhi Leonard scored 25 points, Montrezl Harrell added 22 and the Clippers snapped a three-game losing streak with a 124-97 rout of the Memphis Grizzlies
UCLA is the hottest team in the Pac-12, and Mick Cronin’s crew needs to keep winning games to have a decent shot of making the NCAA tournament.
Rams haven’t had a first-round pick since 2016, but have six picks in the April 23-25 draft, one each in the second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh rounds.
K-pop sensation BTS appeared on a special — thought not that special — episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Monday night.
David Mamet brought “The Christopher Boy’s Communion” to the Odyssey Theatre with Rebecca Pidgeon, William H. Macy, Clark Gregg and Fionnula Flanagan.
Netflix announced on Monday that subscribers will be able to see lists of the most popular movies and TV shows on the platform — no hard numbers included.
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