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As the coronavirus destroys the economy, Trump struggles to find a new reelection message.
The transaction closed just before the onset of a global pandemic that has resulted in austerity cuts announced Friday at the private university.
A cold storm arriving in the L.A. area Sunday will provide significant and unseasonable precipitation
Being out of the public eye may be good for Biden’s prospects. He’s running as the I’m-not-Trump candidate, and voters will know that next fall.
Coronavirus could be more deadly to California’s cut-flower industry than drought or foreign competition.
Asylum-seekers camp near the border in crowded conditions, waiting indefinitely as the U.S. puts their cases on hold. Health workers fear an outbreak.
The aim is to keep people who are likely to die out of hospitals, which are expected to be overwhelmed soon with coronavirus patients as the pandemic worsens.
Former Maryland Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend says authorities have shifted from a “rescue” search to a “recovery” search for her daughter, a grandson.
Beyond business meetings and quarantine cocktail parties Zoom turns out to be an excellent video game platform. Students at the USC Game School have been leading the way in creating games.
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The coronavirus took their day jobs in Hollywood, so costumers turned to making masks to meet a shortage of protective clothing among medical workers.
As Showtime’s ‘Homeland’ races toward its finale, prolific director Lesli Linka Glatter isn’t done telling her tales.
Louis C.K. has released a surprise new special, streaming for $7.99, as he doubles down on his comedic license to say the ‘wrong’ thing.
A tribute to Patricia Bosworth, who died of complications from COVID-19. The actress and biographer of Jane Fonda and Marlon Brando was 86.
Despite President Trump telling sports commissioners he hopes to have games resume in front of fans sooner than later, the reality is likely later.
With the coronavirus outbreak putting tradition reunions on hold, the 1995 UCLA men’s basketball NCAA title team improvises by meeting and reminiscing on Zoom.
Experts are skeptical of the no-coronavirus claim from the tightly controlled country so desperate to maintain the status of its border with China.
France is mobilizing high-speed trains, helicopters, jets and a warship to relieve congested hospitals and move coronavirus patients.
Saudi Arabia has sharply criticized Russia over what it describes as Moscow blaming the kingdom for the collapse in global energy prices.
French authorities say a man wielding a knife attacked residents of a French town when they went out to shop amid a coronavirus lockdown.
Southern California in pictures
Airline service in the United States is teetering on the brink of collapse, with near-empty planes and coronavirus outbreaks that have left some air traffic control towers empty.
As we all adjust to our new lives under the umbrella of the coronavirus, Los Angeles Times photographer Luis Sinco gives us a look at Long Beach.
These are some of the unusual new scenes across the Southland in the age of the coronavirus outbreak.
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