McCarthy’s ouster from a job he long coveted was induced by far-right Republicans with the support of vengeance-minded Democrats. It was dramatic, but no surprise.
Butler becomes the first out gay person of color to serve in the Senate, and the first out LGBTQ+ person to represent California in the chamber.
As L.A. officials and residents push to get rid of RV encampments, one woman’s story reflects the mountainous obstacles faced by those who try to find housing.
The most important things we know about the cosmos were discovered in the mountains above Los Angeles. ‘You don’t just throw away a historic place,’ says one of the volunteers trying to save it.
A California bill requiring oil companies to set aside funds for the capping of old wells may have an unlikely detractor: Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Striking actors are hopeful that SAG-AFTRA and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers can reach an agreement at another round of negotiations Wednesday.
L.A. is considering expanding its City Council in hopes of boosting representation and deterring unethical behavior from politicians. These charts show why it’s on the table and how it might work.
Pumpkin events in Los Angeles and Orange counties offer family-friendly pumpkin patches, mazes, fall experiences and petting zoos.
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Tens of thousands of Kaiser Permanente employees in California and other states plan a three-day work stoppage starting Wednesday.
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Soldiers and razor-sharp metal at the Mexico-Texas border don’t deter migrants who traveled months to get there, as numbers of those fleeing to the U.S. soar.
Cities are being urged to expand their urban tree canopy to mitigate the effects of climate change, but some are replacing mature shady trees with palms.
The Hammer Museum’s sixth biennial survey, offering hugely diverse work made by the show’s 39 artists, is marked by the pandemic catastrophe and materiality.
Angels general manager Perry Minasian says there is no timeline to replace Phil Nevin, who was informed Monday that he would not return as manager.
Russian attacks plunged Ukrainian cities into darkness last winter. War-weary citizens brace for more blackouts amid a rush to protect Ukraine’s electrical grid.