The most recent articles published at the Los Angeles Times website.
People are losing interest in Trump’s rallies, yet reporters and pundits keep writing about them. Perhaps the media need some Trump fatigue too.
‘Oppenheimer’ has now swept the Producers, Directors and Screen Actors Guild awards, establishing it as the overwhelming favorite to win best picture.
Legislation to require a ‘science of reading’ curriculum oversimplifies the process of learning to read. It would be particularly bad for English learners.
Architect John K. Chan designs a modern addition for a family of four that connects them to the Ivanhoe Reservoir in Silver Lake and saves a massive olive tree.
When a 91-year-old grocery clerk can’t retire without a GoFundMe campaign, the nation has a serious problem. We know how to fix it.
Book Rack is the second San Gabriel Valley bookstore to face a reckoning this year. The owner of Vroman’s in Pasadena put the store up for sale because he wants to retire.
Age is quickly catching up with Lionel Messi and other key stars on Inter Miami’s roster. The team struggled to keep up with the young Galaxy Sunday.
Fifteen stingy GOP-led states are refusing federal money that would help feed hungry children this summer.
New research warns of a possible collapse in Atlantic Ocean currents due to climate change. That could fundamentally alter global weather patterns.
As spring approaches, so does the typically busy spring home buying season. If you want to buy a home in Southern California, here are some thoughts.
Steve Barajas is a mechanical engineer on NASA-JPL’s Europa Clipper 2024, the mission looking for an ocean beneath the icy surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa.
San Francisco is following the lead of more conservative counties, launching an investigative unit to target fentanyl deaths as homicide cases. That means drug dealers could be charged with murder.