Amusement parks will be eligible to reopen with limited capacity in counties that are in the red tier — the second-strictest of California’s four-category reopening roadmap.
The county will keep 11 of its 12 Project Roomkey sites open through September, but budget constraints will keep it from expanding the program.
The increase comes amid a more general surge in serious violence in the city, where higher rates of shootings and homicides that began last year have carried over into 2021.
Tiger Woods doesn’t remember the crash, but the SUV he was driving does. It may know his every move
As Biden mulls paying farmers to mitigate warming, some question if the push is backed by science or pressure for Big Ag subsidies.
The plan would involve extending the benefit through September rather than August.
Vice President Kamala Harris emerges as the focal point of the White House’s intraparty tussle over minimum wage. How she handles this first tussle will be telling.
California is sending 40% of vaccine supplies to communities hardest hit by COVID-19, hoping to improve equity, halt spread of the disease and hasten reopening. Will the radical shift work?
Progress against the COVID-19 pandemic could be set back by spring travel, L.A. County health officials warn.
The pivot from Dr. Seuss’ books during a national event founded to honor him seems sudden, but for the NEA and local teachers it was a long time coming.
Oprah Winfrey’s highly anticipated interview with Prince Harry and Meghan airs Sunday. Winfrey promises it’s a ‘shocking’ tell-all with the couple.
The Disney+ series, which concludes Friday, mixed sitcom aesthetics, superhero stories and profound emotion. No wonder it’s the watercooler show of the moment.
In honor of International Women’s Day, we celebrate some of our favorite women-owned design businesses in and around Los Angeles.
Air quality has been terrible for decades in Bergamo, in northern Italy, which last year suffered many COVID-19 deaths. Researchers see a connection.
The son of “Fox & Friends” host Steve Doocy has fast become a noisy fixture in the briefing room.
For decades, Jeff Grosso lived and breathed skateboarding, spreading his passion for the sport in person and in his digital series with Grosso’s YouTube series is “Loveletters to Skateboarding” His friends and family recall his passion, his character and what made him a skateboarding legend.
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The film’s stars discuss Disney’s first Southeast Asian princess, an ‘imperfect’ dragon and diversity vs. representation.
Three of the leading men of the ’10s just released new music, hoping to claim the Hot 100 No. 1 spot that Olivia Rodrigo has occupied for much of 2021.
“Gone With the Wind,” “Psycho” and “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” are among the classic films that TCM will air and reconsider in its new series “Reframed.”
‘No longer will [trans women] be seen as disposable,’ said ‘Pose’ star Mj Rodriguez after showrunner Steven Canals announced Season 3 would be the show’s last.
Blake Griffin is back on the free-agent market after the Detroit Pistons bought him out of his contract. Here’s why the Lakers should pass on him.
The Professional Women’s Hockey Players Assn.’s progress has been slowed by the pandemic, but the ‘Dream Gap’ tour injects the effort with hope.
UCLA and USC enter Saturday showdown looking for some redemption — and a possible chance to grab first place in the Pac-12 — after recent struggles.
While the state has settled a lawsuit that seeks a return of indoor sports, schools need to follow testing and procedures similar to college sports.
Any kind of coordinated action at the U.N. will be difficult since two permanent members of the Security Council, China and Russia, are likely to veto it.
Pope Francis encourages Iraqis to treat Christians as a precious resource to protect, not an ‘obstacle,’ as he begins first-ever papal visit to Iraq.
A former aide in the Trump State Department has been charged with participating in the deadly Capitol siege and assaulting police.
Canada is getting a fourth vaccine to prevent COVID-19 as the country’s health regulator clears a Johnson & Johnson shot that works with one dose.
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