California’s Imperial Valley has some of the lowest rainfall in the state, yet uses the largest allotment of Colorado River water. How did such an arid part of the state become an agricultural powerhouse?
For decades, Republicans across the country looked to California for conservative stars and ideas even as the GOP lost its way in the state. Not anymore.
Saudi Arabia’s crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman is trying to transform his country, but the social liberalization comes with the harsh crackdowns on dissenters.
The Colorado River begins in the Rocky Mountain snowpack, which provides the water that starts off the river on its epic journey. But as the American West gets hotter, the snowpack at the start keeps getting smaller and smaller.
This month’s record-setting rain and snow across California also comes with terms many of us know but can’t explain. Today, we do that.
The Golden Globes show is going to air this week on NBC after a year-long hiatus amid an ethical scandal over parent company Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.
People have been warning about the breakdown of the Colorado River for decades. It’s now at a tipping point. Today, we kick off our six-part special on this vital source of water for the American Southwest.
The lessons college administrators in California took away after affirmative action was banned in the state still resonate today, especially as the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to ban the program nationally.
After leading Democrats for decades, Nancy Pelosi is stepping away from the helm. We look back at her career — and the challenges ahead for House leadership.
So much happened culturally in 2022 that we needed three L.A. Times reporters to explain just some of it. Bad Bunny? Rihanna? Dave Chappelle? We talk about that, and more.
Ukraine, abortion, midterms, racist tape leaks — 2022 was a lot, politically. We gather our newsroom experts to break down the year.
From undersea volcano eruptions to toilets turned into sinks, our Masters of Disasters talk about their most memorable wins and fails of 2022.
Dr. Anthony Fauci talks with us about his career, shares his tips to remain healthy during the tripledemic and reveals his favorite Jesuit saint