The USC Song Girls program and longtime coach Lori Nelson were the subject of a 2016 Title IX investigation, which turned up insufficient evidence that Nelson violated university policies.
A mother and daughter vanish in Irvine. A husband offers a bizarre story. What happened?
Israeli parliament’s vote of confidence in the new government pushes Netanyahu aside, installing another right-wing leader in Naftali Bennett.
As a political reporter, I have seen four Republican revolutions, each of which took the party farther right.
Pent-up demand, pandemic savings, back-to-office mandates -- experts say it will all add up to a historic wave of people leaving their jobs.
A California safety board will vote on a proposal Thursday that would allow most fully vaccinated workers in many workplaces to stop wearing masks and end physical distancing requirements.
The federal government isn’t willing to make a digital pass or app that attests to a person’s vaccination status. Several companies are trying to fill the void.
Vaccine maker Novavax says its shot is highly effective against COVID-19 and also protects against variants.
President Biden and Russia’s Vladimir Putin agree the nations’ relationship is at a low point before their summit. Trump sends the ex-KGB chief ‘warmest regards.’
The Clippers have shown they can finish strong, but they’ll need to eliminate their early-game gremlins to beat the Utah Jazz in the playoffs.
Growing up near the Ball brothers as the talk of the nation, the Gardner brothers of Los Altos High want their own narrative, one that has just begun.
Just days after the longtime host departed the reality franchise for good, Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe discussed its “refreshing new start.”
The new magnet high school will be based at Audubon Middle School. The campus in Leimert Park has experienced a sharp enrollment decline, as have nearby high schools.
Podcast: Netanyahu is out as Israel’s prime minister. What’s next?
Now, the coalition that ousted Benjamin Netanyahu faces a hard challenge ahead: leading together.
The La Cristianita saga is barely remembered — even by its putative caretakers at Camp Pendleton.
Councilman Mike Bonin says he’s angry about the suffering he sees. So let’s get going on solutions.
After last summer’s postponement of the Tokyo Olympics, top U.S. swimmers are ready for some familiarity at the U.S. swim trials.
Simone Biles’ unmatched skills created little doubt she would win the women’s all-around at the U.S. gymnastics championships. Next up: Summer Games.
As American colleges begin to cut some sports, the effects could be seen on future Olympic medal stands.
Painful memories will endure from Misty Hartung’s year fighting for Stanford athletes in their battle with university leaders who chose to turn their backs on them.
A broken surfboard helped Bryan Perez escape poverty and endure deep loss. Fan support softens the blow of missing the Olympics for the elite surfer.
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Hollywood’s history with Latino representation is a muddy mess. Why even Washington politicians are taking action.
The annual E3 conference has gone virtual for a second year in a row, but its streamed presentations and trailers can still energize gamers.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jon M. Chu, Olga Merediz and others break down ‘Paciencia y Fe,’ the immigrant ballet sure to give viewers a ‘big gasp moment.’
To examine the ‘overtly racist’ storylines called out by cast member Jean Yoon is to see why the industry’s diversity issues remain unresolved.
Everything you couldn’t do in 2020, you can (for the most part) do again June 15. Here’s your guide to all things Southern California sports.
Clippers assistant Chauncey Billups is “definitely ready” to become a head coach, the Clippers’ Tyronn Lue said. Billlups might get his chance soon.
Carli Lloyd becomes the oldest player to score a goal for the U.S. women’s national team in a 4-0 win over Jamaica in a Summer Series match.
Walker Buehler extended his unbeaten streak to 29 starts Sunday, underlining the important role he plays for a Dodgers pitching staff facing adversity.
Biden is attending his first NATO meeting as president, aiming to build bridges after Trump berated allies as ‘deadbeats’ and belittled the alliance.
The pinching hand symbol has become a point of contention in a charged battle over gender and anti-feminist backlash by men’s rights groups.
Mahmoud Abu Jubbah and his family have the grim task of clearing the aftermath of war, removing what’s left of homes, offices and personal belongings.
The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for bombing two minivans in a mostly Shiite neighborhood in Kabul that killed seven people, including two film animators.
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