Trends in the equatorial Pacific suggest little relief in the foreseeable future for California.
Mexican authorities arrest two people in the disappearance of L.A. firefighter Francisco Aguilar, whose whereabouts are still unknown.
A private security guard for a TV station was arrested after the shooting in downtown Denver where a “Patriot Rally” and a counter-protest were going on.
Iran announced on Sunday its highest single-day death toll from the coronavirus with 251 confirmed dead, the same day that two senior officials were confirmed infected and the nation’s currency hit a record low.
The hostilities raging in Nagorno-Karabakh lie at the heart of a decades-long fight that began during the chaotic breakup of the Soviet Union.
President Trump made his first public appearance since his hospitalization for the coronavirus with an event on the South Lawn of the White House.
Senate campaigns, which long focused on electing candidates who would be loyal to Trump, now pitch a darker message to Republican voters — one that assumes Trump won’t be there.
In 72% of the new cases, those who tested positive were under 50 years old, officials said.
U.S. relations with China haven’t been so strained since the two nations established diplomatic relations in 1979. A quick improvement is unlikely no matter who wins the White House.
With Pac-12 teams not scheduled to play until November, it’s time to bring ever-waiting West Coast fans up to date on the 2020 season.
Neighbors in Silver Lake have been sounding the alarm, trying to prevent yet another death of a homeless person in a city where it happens far too often.
Armed right-wing groups are registering poll watchers and planning to monitor voting places during the presidential election.
Los Alamitos students in Orange County were among the first in the state to return to campus. Just across the county line, distance learning remains the norm for Long Beach students, frustrating some families.
Want to help uphold democracy on election day? Consider being a poll worker if you’re at low risk for a coronavirus infection. Here’s what’s involved.
The Show Must Go On
Despite the pandemic, you can still experience the performing arts. A Yo-Yo Ma concert and an ‘Angels in America’ production are among this weekend’s streaming options. This Zoom trilogy is free online. Our critic misses live theater but is trying to embrace digital shows. And once it’s safe, the Music Center will offer more free concerts thanks to a large donation.
Drive-in dance and comedy, Chinese garden artistry, a jazz concert in your car and a family-friendly, pandemic-planned Halloween outing.
L.A. Times columnist Erika D. Smith, historian Lillian Faderman and gay activist Alexei Romanoff discuss the importance of intersectionality in the LGBTQ movement.
Listen to Our Great Reads
Perhaps no other medium has better helped us process 2020. Our fall books special brings you the books and authors who’ve helped make sense of it.
Mandana Dayani, the cofounder and creator of I Am a Voter, a Los Angeles-based nonpartisan movement, wants you to vote in November and beyond. But will you?
We sift through the rubble of the Season 2 finale of Amazon’s “The Boys” with Aya Cash, Karen Fukuhara, Antony Starr, Karl Urban and showrunner Eric Kripke.
Some of the best “Star Wars” narratives are in video games. “Squadrons” is no exception. And in VR it almost replicates a theme park experience.
Now that he’s the unquestioned starter at quarterback for the Chargers, Justin Herbert thinks he’ll play at a higher level. The Chargers play in New Orleans on Monday.
Duncan Robinson played a vital role in lifting the Miami Heat to a win in Game 5 of the NBA Finals against the Lakers. Who else will be a surprise standout?
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts is undecided about who will start Games 3, 4 and 5, but it will be some combination of Dustin May, Tony Gonsolin and Julio Urías.
Rams safeties John Johnson and Jordan Fuller are looking forward to playing on the field that their idol, Sean Taylor, once patrolled with Washington.
Death toll rises to 150,198, despite signs the pandemic is slowly retreating in Latin America’s largest nation.
A display of 19 hay bales, painted in support of Democrats Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, is set on fire in Massachusetts. A suspect is in custody.
A pair of trappers caught a record-breaking Burmese python during a hunt for the South Florida Water Management District.
Gina Kim was documenting the story of South Korean women who were isolated against their will. Then the pandemic made the film unimaginably relevant.
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