Dec. 9, 2019
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Pushing ahead with articles of impeachment, the House Judiciary Committee convenes to receive the investigative findings against President Trump.
L.A. County is home to more than 30 library systems, with a growing number of patrons signing up for multiple cards to borrow digital books. But Macmillan Publishers is tightening the rules.
A New Zealand volcanic island erupted Monday, and New Zealanders and overseas tourists were among those who were dead, missing or injured.
Democratic presidential candidate released a list of close to 60 cases she worked on as an attorney going back to the 1980s.
It came as a bittersweet surprise to biologists and government agencies monitoring the steadily shrinking Salton Sea’s slide toward death by choking dust storms and salt.
It’s hard for poet Daniel Morales Leon, 38, who works as a cook at a coffee shop in the Arts District, to think of himself as an artist with a capital A.
Claremont United Methodist Church unveils a Nativity scene evoking images that have become synonymous with criticism of the Trump administration’s border policies.
Russian athletes will be allowed to compete in major events only if they are not implicated in positive doping tests or if their data were not manipulated.
Chinese facial recognition companies have the lead because of that nation’s massive domestic market and authoritarian system.
Josiah Citrin gives an exclusive first look at the Citrin and Melisse, both opening Dec. 12. in Santa Monica.
The Rams’ disciplined pass rush combined with tight coverage kept the Seahawks offense out of the end zone for sixth time in Russell Wilson’s 125 career starts.
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After surviving the past week’s gauntlet of tough games, the Lakers are proving they are capable of reaching historic heights this season.
Kawhi Leonard finishes with 34 points and 11 rebounds as the Clippers bounce back from their loss to Milwaukee with a 135-119 win over the Wizards.
DJ Warnell, considered one of the top high school cornerback prospects in Texas, quickly made his decision to attend UCLA.
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Welcome to the Los Angeles Times’ 2019 holiday gift guide, where our editors and writers are sharing their favorite gifts to give — and receive!
Back in 1992, when Riverside was mostly a pit stop between Los Angeles and Palm Springs, the new owners of the Mission Inn decided to add some holiday decor to the block-size historic hotel.
Americans love Christmas ornaments. The latest trends in tree trimming: Weird, unique and offbeat decorations.
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