As Senate Republicans vowed to swiftly secure Barrett’s confirmation, their Democratic counterparts made it clear they wanted the president and the those who backed him to pay a price at the polls.
Numerous structures were burned Sunday night near the town of St. Helena in Napa County, and officials were worried as flames moved toward Sonoma County and Santa Rosa.
Many Black residents of Louisville, Ky., are sadly familiar with marginalization and otherness, and have watched a system that vows to uphold justice fall short of its promise.
As the country grapples with the role of systemic racism, The Times has committed to examining its past.
Sandy Banks arrived in Los Angeles to work at The Times at 24, never having known anyone who wasn’t Black or white. The polyglot dynamic she encountered both fascinated and bewildered her.
President Trump paid no federal income taxes in 10 of the past 15 years and wrote off homes and haircare, according to a report in the New York Times.
Officials approve overnight parking restrictions for sections of PCH. But the Coastal Commission can block the new rules.
Following a decade that included six years of wandering outside the playoffs, the Lakers have finally returned home with a berth in the NBA Finals.
Los Angeles County saw a continued decline in the number of people hospitalized with COVID-19, with fewer than 700 coronavirus patients in hospitals on Sunday, compared with more than three times as many during the summer spike.
Thousands had been expected at the Portland rally led by the far-right group the Proud Boys. Several hundred showed up, and dispersed quietly.
A man was in custody Sunday after he allegedly took an officer’s weapon and fired shots in an LAPD station in San Pedro, police said.
The trend toward industry concentration has boosted corporate profits, but also consumer prices and income inequality.
A federal judge granted TikTok’s request to pause the government’s plans to remove it from U.S. app stores on Monday due to Trump’s national security concerns.
The Dodgers will open the MLB wild-card playoffs Wednesday against a Milwaukee Brewers team that backed its way into the National League’s No. 8 seed.
A fourth-down pass interference call on the Rams in the closing seconds allows the Buffalo Bills to score a touchdown and win, 35-32.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, who considered a 2020 presidential run himself, formally endorsed Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Like Berry Creek, Feather Falls was devastated by the North Complex fire in Butte County. But one of its gathering places, a historic saloon, survived, bringing hope.
How a Central Valley poet became an unlikely reality television star.
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Susie Plascencia and Savina Monet weren’t going to let La Chingona cannabis get away with cultural appropriation.
The newspaper is taking an unflinching look at its history, as institutions across America reflect on racial inequality.
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The Chargers had practiced this last-second trick play for two years, but when it came time to execute it against the Panthers on the final play of Sunday’s game, L.A. fumbled.
Lakers star LeBron James will face his former team and Heat president Pat Riley will take on the club he coached to some of their biggest wins in the NBA Finals.
He came up big in the final minutes of the fourth quarter to help lift the Lakers to a 117-107 series-clinching win over the Nuggets.
A day after the Angels star hit his first homer off Clayton Kershaw, he reflects on a sixth straight season that will end before the playoffs.
The fighting broke out around the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh and two Azerbaijani copters were reportedly shot down.
Jaswant Singh, a veteran Indian politician who served as defense minister, finance minister and external affairs minister during his career, has died.
Sixteen people died Sunday in a coal mine in southwestern China because of excessively high levels of carbon monoxide, officials said.
London police clash with protesters angry over new limits the government has imposed on everyday life to halt a surge in coronavirus infections.
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