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Trump administration threatens to yank federal funds from California if the state continues to require health insurance plans to cover abortions.
For Asian communities celebrating the biggest holiday on the calendar, what to give is fraught with pressure, rivalry and comical misunderstanding.
At the mercy of Mother Nature, Mt. Waterman has reopened. Snow is good at the landmark resort in the Angeles National Forest. It will be running on Saturdays and Sundays.
Tijuana’s racing greyhounds have never seen a home, a sidewalk or a cat. This L.A. group gives them a chance at a second life.