Some researchers believe the region is actually more than two decades into an emerging “megadrought” and that human-caused climate change is driving its severity.
These Black families have lost loved ones to police brutality. The Chauvin trial could bring justice.
After Adam Toledo, Daunte Wright and Caron Nazario, I’d like to think something has changed. But the many calls for police reform sound just as hollow.
Emergency responders say three people have been fatally shot in Austin, Texas, and that no suspect is in custody.
Polling shows that Trump remains a commanding figure among GOP voters, despite his loss in November to Democrat Joe Biden.
In-person schooling looks very different from neighborhood to neighborhood, especially at the elementary school level.
Experts said that while the pause on the vaccine may make sense for the U.S., stoppages in poorer countries would end up costing lives.
New ways to monitor the immune systems of COVID-19 patients could be useful in understanding the long-term symptoms of Lyme disease, among other conditions.
Liliana Carrillo’s condition over the last year alarmed people in her life. She began to echo the delusion of QAnon believers.
Why do Americans — and especially Californians — fall for the lure of celebrity-politicians?
Scott Rudin apologized after allegations of abusive workplace behavior, but he’s not the only one. Broadway, it’s time to straighten up your act.
“Mare of Easttown,” starring Kate Winslet as a Pennsylvania detective, feels like a corrective to the glamorous, shallow hokum of “The Undoing.”
Last year, Jacob Cruz’s niece received a phone call at work: Her uncle was coming home. The news was so impossible to believe that she hung up to gather herself.
In their rush to help unaccompanied immigrant children, some critics question whether Long Beach leaders understand what they are getting themselves into.
El Salvador is known to jail women for miscarriages, stillbirths and other obstetric emergencies. An international lawsuit could bring about important change.
“Of Women and Salt,” tracking generations of Latinas, comes out of Gabriela Garcia’s family story, life experience and advocacy for migrants.
Carribean Fragoza’s “Eat the Mouth That Feeds You” is a debut story collection ripe with surrealism but grounded in the soil of Latina experience.
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This week we’re loving the Sichuan chicken sandwich at Mei Lin’s new restaurant in Silver Lake. Daybird serves both chicken sandwiches and tenders in several heat levels, each unique in their spice blends.
Food plays a starring role in ‘City of Ghosts,’ an animated series that does a deep dive into the multicultural history of Los Angeles.
The ArcLight Hollywood with its Cinerama Dome means a great deal to Hollywood the neighborhood. Here’s hoping for a rescue that saves it but doesn’t try to reinvent something that works.
As they vie for the top prize on VH1’s Emmy-winning reality show, Gottmik and Symone discuss what makes L.A. — and its drag scene — so distinctive.
How mounting hours, crashing web pages and disappointing updates derailed our TV critic’s long-delayed journey to the happiest #*&$%!! place on Earth.
Angels two-way star Shohei Ohtani will make his first start on the mound in 16 days when he faces the Texas Rangers on Tuesday at Angel Stadium.
Longtime San Jose Sharks star, and Kings and Ducks nemesis, Patrick Marleau is on the verge of becoming the all-time NHL leader in games played.
Center Andre Drummond had his best game for the Lakers in the defeat of Utah, making big defensive plays before helping seal the victory in overtime.
Spring football season results in 42 unbeaten teams in Southern Section
Egyptian authorities say the passenger train derailment north of Cairo is under investigation.
Prince Philip’s funeral ceremony honors his service to the U.K., the crown and his wife of 73 years, Queen Elizabeth II.
The shocking rupture between King Abdullah and his half-brother Prince Hamzah has caused many Jordanians to reappraise their country’s monarchy.
The US. and China have agreed to cooperate to curb climate change, just days before President Biden hosts a virtual summit of world leaders to discuss the issue.
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