Production remains hampered by restrictions necessary for keeping the COVID-19 pandemic at bay, but filmmakers and studios are optimistic that Hollywood is finally reopening.
An FBI task force searched numerous homes used as underground casinos in San Diego on Wednesday.
Almost the entire Huntington Park finance department was placed on administrative leave and one staffer was arrested in investigation into a records breach.
Federal prosecutors won’t charge police officer who shot and killed woman during the insurrection.
The vast majority of studies have concluded that worker visas have little or no negative effect on native-born workers or the economy.
Paul Flores, who has been charged in the 1996 murder, was recently investigated by the LAPD in three sexual assaults.
Prosecutors announce a charge of second-degree manslaughter against Kim Potter, who a day earlier resigned from the Brooklyn Center Police Department.
White supremacists failed to turn out big crowds in Huntington Beach and elsewhere but have more coming, say experts on extremist groups.
Everyone 16 or older in California can now book COVID-19 vaccine appointments on the state’s My Turn system.
The last time the subject of a gay “Bachelor” came up, it didn’t go well. TV history is littered with dating shows that have mishandled LGBTQ identity.
Hollywood’s iconic movie theaters, closed? Filmmakers, including Rian Johnson and Jon M. Chu, share heartfelt memories of the ArcLight Cinemas.
In latest chapter of British royal rift, estranged princes William and Harry to cross paths at family funeral
Jordan’s tribes have long been the kingdom’s bedrock and a source of support for the monarchy. But accusations of seditious scheming may change that.
Though Pollo Campero has dozens of outlets in the U.S., travelers returning from Central American bring loads of its fried chicken — a literal taste of home.
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Some 44 million Americans collectively hold about $1.6 trillion in student loan debt, and the numbers are growing. So can President Joe Biden, or anyone, actually fix the student debt crisis?
Hip-hop boy band-slash-collective Brockhampton has just released its best album to date. Could it also be its last?
A star-studded new PSA from “Be Water"director Bao Nguyen presents a timeline of anti-Asian racism and violence in the United States.
Taylor Swift’s unusual answers in a chat with Stephen Colbert lead fans to conclude she’s rerecording her fifth studio album, “1989.” Time will tell.
In Season 2, the streamer’s social media experiment/competition series reflects that age-old reality TV wisdom: ‘I’m not here to make friends.’
Their top three scorers were unavailable, leaving the Clippers short on firepower and bodies in general.
Pittsburgh police are reviewing a complaint that alleges the Rams’ Aaron Donald was involved in an assault that left a man injured last weekend.
Charli Collier is expected to be the No. 1 selection in the WNBA draft on Thursday, and the Sparks will have options to consider with the 10th pick.
A former medical examiner says George Floyd died from a heart problem while being restrained by officers, not from Derek Chauvin’s knee on his neck.
Rejoining the Paris agreement was the easy part. Now the Biden administration must choose a new goal for reducing greenhouse gas emissions that’s both ambitious and practical.
A white noncommissioned Army officer depicted in a viral video accosting and shoving a Black man in a South Carolina neighborhood has been charged with third-degree assault.
Biden announces U.S. troops will leave Afghanistan by the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that drew America into its longest war.
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COBRA, the federal program that allows people who have lost their jobs to continue paying for their former employer’s healthcare plan, is free through Sept. 30.