L.A. could soon ban businesses from selling many tobacco products with sweet or fruity flavors, in a bid to stop teens from getting hooked on nicotine.
The outgoing district leader lauds accomplishments during his three years in office.
The political attack on critical race theory is all about avoiding the truth of American history and events like Juneteenth.
‘Across the board,’ three researchers found, ‘being more lenient on defendants — that is, erring toward non-prosecution — has big benefits.’
A turbocharged economy and rising wages are adding to pricing pressures.
To the governor’s benefit, the lockdowns and missteps that fueled dissension could be faded memories by fall’s recall election, political observers say.
The two leaders, veterans on the global political stage, meet in Geneva with the relations between their countries arguably at their worst in decades.
MacKenzie Scott announced donations of $2.7 billion to 286 organizations. More than three dozen of the recipients in Scott’s latest round of giving are California community colleges and universities, arts groups and nonprofits that work for social justice.
Pasadena’s plan to take more water from the Arroyo Seco has been complicated by the unexpected introduction of hundreds of rainbow trout.
Even in a pandemic year that saw talk shows reinventing themselves, don’t look for Emmy voters to change their ways.
The hot conditions will continue throughout Wednesday, with gradual cooling later in the week.
Digital sex crimes devastate women’s lives in South Korea but are inadequately punished, a human rights group found
Pacific movie theaters at the Grove in Los Angeles and at the Americana in Glendale would add to AMC’s Southern California portfolio.
We talk about this forever trend with legend Edward James Olmos and beloved star Cristela Alonzo.
Audubon Middle School is pulsing with energy and ideas, but the South L.A. campus needs students -- and many of them need more engagement. Enter the music moguls.
A mother and daughter vanish in Irvine. A husband offers a bizarre story. What happened?
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Chrissy Teigen’s past has come back to haunt her as previous targets detail how she bullied them online. Here’s everything to know so far.
To be hired for the Disney+ series, starring Tom Hiddleston as the god of mischief, the director knew she had to impress. And her plan worked.
“Late Show” host Stephen Colbert made a euphoric return to New York’s Ed Sullivan Theater on Monday for the first time since the pandemic struck.
“Manifest” has risen to the top spot on Netflix, but NBC has decided to cancel the series. Fans and some of the cast have taken to Twitter to save the show.
The Clippers could face a different Utah team in Game 5 of their series as Mike Conley is making progress for his return from injury.
Dodgers win first two games of three-game set against Philadelphia.
Normally par 72, Torrey Pines South will play to par 71 at the U.S. Open this week. Only Tiger Woods and Rocco Mediate were under par in 2008.
The Chargers have been revamping their offensive line, and signing center Corey Linsley is a key to finally building a fortress in front of their quarterback.
Fearful of Republicans regaining control of the Senate next year, progressive Democrats are ramping up calls for Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to step down.
North Korea’s Kim Jong Un has faced rumors about his health on previous occasions when he walked with a cane and missed a major state anniversary.
The Chinese government says that a nuclear power plant near Hong Kong had five broken fuel rods in a reactor but that no radioactivity leaked.
German authorities say the number of far-right extremists increased last year as neo-Nazis sought to join protests against coronavirus restrictions.
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You can buy a plethora of earthquake kits online, but which ones are the best for the price? Here’s a look at four off-the-shelf options.
L.A. chefs, restaurateurs and the Food staff share the food and drink items they would want in their earthquake kits.
Staples for a “cook’s kit” to keep with your emergency supplies. They’ll make make eating during the fallout more enjoyable.