Feb. 25, 2020
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Bernie Sanders and Michael R. Bloomberg are facing attacks in the debate in Charleston as presidential candidates jostle for position in Saturday’s South Carolina primary. Our live analysis includes reporters, a columnist and Times subscribers.
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.
The candidates sparred over healthcare, experience, sexism and transparency, often taking jabs at the former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and each other.
Pete Buttigieg proposes eliminating the Trump administration’s cap on the state and local tax deduction, which disproportionately impacts residents of high-tax states such as California.
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Over 3,000 medical workers on the coronavirus frontlines have been infected with the virus, and at least 18 have died. The government calls them martyrs.
It’s a perfectly lovely peak in the San Gabriel Mountains above Los Angeles. So why did it get such a terrible name?
Ben Meng, a U.S. citizen who grew up in China, is in the crosshairs of a debate over immigration, national security and who is a “real American.”
The change is effective immediately, the company said. Iger assumes the role of executive chairman and will direct the company’s creative endeavors.
Michelle Janavs, heiress to a frozen foods fortune, was sentenced Tuesday to 5 months in prison in the college admissions scandal.
Stocks on Wall Street slumped and bond prices soared as fears spread that the coronavirus outbreak will stunt the global economy.
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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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Hours after speaking at the Kobe Bryant memorial, Sabrina Ionescu becomes first NCAA player to reach 2,000 points, 1,000 assists and 1,000 rebounds.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady shares the lessons he learned from Kobe Bryant’s death in a moving and inspirational Instagram post.
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Clayton Kershaw will make his spring debut Friday, one day ahead of Walker Buehler’s first start, an indication the veteran left-hander will start opening day.
Chalk it up as an epic tale, or an epic fail, as to why Deontay Wilder turned in the worst performance of his professional career when he lost to Tyson Fury.
The World Baseball Classic is coming back next year, but not to Southern California, where the championship was played in the first four editions.
“Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson says he has hit rock bottom “a few times,” which has involved cutting his chest and scaring his friends with his behavior.
In an interview with the New York Times, actor Hank Azaria discusses why he won’t play the beloved but controversial “Simpsons” character Apu anymore.
K-pop sensation BTS appeared on a special — thought not that special — episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Monday night.
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