Nov. 30, 2020


A top Iranian security official has accused Israel of using ‘electronic devices’ to remotely kill nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahabadi.

Demonstrators converged outside the home of Los Angeles County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer on Sunday to protest a new round of COVID-19 restrictions.

A man who broke into a South Pasadena home and attacked his estranged girlfriend was killed Saturday morning, authorities said.

Only 32% of Black adults say they would take a COVID-19 vaccine. That speaks volumes about the need for a reckoning on racism in healthcare and building trust in the communities hit hardest by the pandemic.

Gone are Democratic plans to pass Medicare for all and the Green New Deal. In are infrastructure and COVID-19 relief.

There are more COVID patients in California hospitals than ever before, sparking a race to tamp down the increase before the healthcare system is overwhelmed.

President-elect Joe Biden will have an all-female communications team at his White House, led by campaign communications director Kate Bedingfield.

A shiny monolith in the wilds of Utah has disappeared less than 10 days after it was first spotted on a flyover, bewildering authorities and disappointing curious pilgrims who hiked out to see it.

‘Please don’t think I think I’m her,’ Christian Serratos says of her headlining role in the Netflix series about Tejano icon Selena. ‘I know I’m not her.’

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College basketball is back

Will there be March Madness in 2021? The men’s NCAA basketball season kicked off Wednesday despite a surge in the coronavirus, which forced the cancellation of the popular tournament last March. The season got off to a rocky start for No. 22 UCLA before the team bounced back. The rebuilt Trojans, meanwhile, have a shot at a 3-0 start when they take on Brigham Young on Tuesday.

USC gets hot early and runs away to beat Montana 76-62 on Saturday night at Galen Center during a time of much uncertainty in college athletics.


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With his documentary, Wu offers a deeply personal look at what happened in Wuhan hospitals at the height of China’s COVID-19 crisis.

Moviegoing will be different this Thanksgiving, but with high quality titles set for release and coming soon there’s still plenty of things to be grateful about.

The actor, once known for romantic comedies, has taken on darker roles of late — including as a potentially dangerous version of himself in HBO’s “The Undoing.”

“All Bad Cards,” a free online game reminiscent of “Cards Against Humanity,” can bring friends together during the pandemic — especially friends who like raunchy humor.

The Clippers’ decision to make a coaching change rather than overhaul their roster sends a clear message: Last season’s failure was on Doc Rivers

Joey Bosa had a career-high three sacks against the Buffalo Bills, but the team’s eighth loss of the season left him wanting more.

UCLA’s secondary is playing better under new defensive backs coach Brian Norwood — something old defensive backs coach Paul Rhoads saw first-hand Saturday.

French activists fear that a proposed new security law will deprive them of a potent weapon against police brutality: cellphone videos.

As the coronavirus spread worsens, New York City will reopen its school system to in-person learning and increase the number of days a week many children attend.

Beijing says it has met its goal of wiping out extreme poverty in China by the end of 2020. The top-down effort has disrupted untold individual lives.

Nigerian officials say suspected members of the Islamic militant group Boko Haram have killed at least 40 rice farmers and fishermen in Borno state.

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