Aug. 23, 2019
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Gov. Gavin Newsom, in response to the Trump administration’s crackdown on immigrants, is weighing pardons for Californians targeted for deportation.
A new Twitter tirade from the White House follows Beijing’s retaliatory tariffs and the Fed chair’s speech at an economic conference.
USC is asking a judge to quash a subpoena from a father accused of getting his daughter into the school through fraud and bribery.
A man who police say fatally stabbed his co-worker, a retired Cal State Fullerton administrator, in a campus parking lot was charged Friday in the slaying.
Earlier this summer, as Donald Trump assembled online activists at the White House to thank them for their role in getting him to the Oval Office and – Trump predicted – keeping him there, one guest didn’t rush to claim credit.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement shut down a real hotline for detained immigrants run by the California group Freedom for Immigrants less than two weeks after it was prominently featured on the show.
Orange County health officials say visitors may have been exposed to measles while at Disneyland, California Adventure or an Anaheim hotel this month.
A police dog with the Long Beach Police Department died after being left in his handler’s department-issued vehicle, authorities said Friday.
At a town hall, Biden evoked two of his political heroes, Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy. Both were assassinated in 1968, Kennedy while running for president.
Koch, who died this week, was on a plane in 28 years ago that was making a landing on a runway in Los Angeles when it collided with a small commuter plane. Thirty-three people died, but Koch made it out alive.
On her new album “Lover,” Taylor Swift backgrounds her empowerment anthems for songs about drinking, sexual need and even political protest.
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Life in Los Angeles
The band’s Pasadena performance follows Mick Jagger’s heart surgery, and they sounded fit, loose and energized.
Most of LACMA’s permanent collection is gone but the entrance price and parking still cost the same, a sad situation for museum-goers and tourists.
Los Angeles scooter riders received 643 tickets from the LAPD in the first seven months of 2019, mostly for riding on the sidewalk and for riding without a helmet, city data shows.
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