Dec. 16, 2019
High school teacher Tim Staples died in a fall while participating as a volunteer in the search for a hiker missing for a week on Mt. Baldy.
In almost a year since the government began sending asylum seekers back to Mexico, only 11 people have been granted asylum.
Violence erupts at a town hall event where an Armenian organization was thanking U.S. government officials for their support of a resolution recognizing the Armenian genocide.
The probe finds Gregory Rodriguez discriminated against female, same-sex and disabled employees.
The producer and two attorneys who defended a minor accused in the killing of a police officer were accused of misconduct by an L.A. County sheriff’s sergeant.
The U.S. Military Academy and Naval Academy have appointed officers to conduct separate internal investigations into possible “white power” hand gestures flashed by a few students during a broadcast at the Army-Navy football game, academy public affairs officers said Sunday.
Year in Review
Times TV critic Lorraine Ali chooses the best of television in 2019, from “Dickinson” to “Stranger Things.”
From critical favorites Solange and Lana Del Rey to rookies Lil Nas X and 100 gecs, the best music of 2019 explored ideas of love, war, family and anxiety.
Two years ago, she nearly quit music. Today, Lizzo is nominated for eight Grammy awards and twerks for the soul of America at sold-out arenas.
LeBron James and Anthony Davis put on a pair of energetic performances as the Lakers fended off a pesky effort by the Atlanta Hawks in a 101-96 win.
Philip Rivers says he’s not sure how he figures into the Chargers’ 2020 plans after the team’s seven-turnover game in a 39-10 loss to the Vikings.
A Japanese court has sentenced a former senior government official to six years in prison for fatally stabbing his socially reclusive son with a kitchen knife.
Rescuers have pulled out two bodies from a three-story building that collapsed in a strong earthquake in the southern Philippines and are scrambling to find at least seven more people who were trapped inside.
Boeing may cut production of the grounded 737 Max jet or temporarily stop making it after being told that its timetable for a return to the skies was not realistic, according to a published report Sunday.
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