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Clippers’ Blowout Loss To Pelicans An Ominous Sign Ahead Of Critical Week
LOS ANGELES — To avoid the play-in tournament, or hold onto home-court advantage for a first-round series, the Los Angeles Clippers need a big finish to the regular season. That will be more difficult to pull off with starts like Saturday’s. Facing t
Los Angeles Times5 min citite
Humans Are The Greatest Peril To Mountain Lions. Can That Change?
LOS ANGELES — Vehicle strikes. Rat poison. Permitted killings by ranchers and homeowners. The average California mountain lion is more likely to die at the hands of a human than of natural causes. Yet new research suggests that the charismatic cats m
Los Angeles Times5 min citite
‘We’ve Lost The Aqueduct’: How Severe Flooding Threatens A Los Angeles Water Lifeline
OLANCHA, Calif. — For more than 100 years, the Los Angeles Aqueduct has endured earthquakes, flash floods and dozens of bomb attacks as it wends and weaves through the canyons and deserts of the eastern Sierra Nevada. But earlier this month, record
Los Angeles Times3 min cititePopular Culture & Media Studies
Editorial: Congress Is Scapegoating TikTok. It’s No Worse Than Other Social Media Platforms
TikTok Chief Executive Shou Zi Chew did not have a successful appearance before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Thursday. He did not assuage skeptical members of Congress that his enormously popular social media platform can isolate itself
Los Angeles Times5 min citite
The Pressure Of Being A Rookie MLB Umpire? This Compton Native Dealt With Much More.
GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Malachi Moore's first season as a full-time major league umpire will be stressful enough, what with the bigger stadiums, higher stakes, hostile crowds, enhanced sticky stuff checks, travel demands, and the "Umpire Scorecards" websit
Los Angeles Times4 min citite
Lakers Hold On To Beat Thunder, Reach .500 Mark For First Time This Season At 37-37
LOS ANGELES — It wasn’t the big late-season game the Los Angeles Lakers would have expected once the schedule was announced last summer, but here it was anyways Friday night in Los Angeles. The Lakers, desperately trying to get to .500 for the first
Los Angeles Times7 min citite
In Pajaro, Children And Teens Grapple With Displacement After Flooding
WATSONVILLE, Calif. — The school buses arrived in quick succession, looping past the entrance of the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds and a parking lot packed with cars before stopping near Harvest Building, a low-slung yellow structure usually used for
Los Angeles Times3 min citite
Editorial: Sunlight Can Help California Rein In Big Oil’s Greed
After months with little apparent progress, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposal to hold the oil industry accountable for high gas prices and deter price gouging is now on a fast track toward passage in the California Legislature. A deal between the governor
Los Angeles Times5 min citite
For America Ferrera, Angel City Fandom And Ownership Go Beyond The Pitch
LOS ANGELES — America Ferrera has decided to confront her fears. "I had raging FOMO, which I'm not prone to," the Emmy-winning actor said, using an acronym for the fear of missing out. "It killed me." The first step in conquering a fear is identifyin
Los Angeles Times4 min cititeCrime & Violence
Nicholas Goldberg: It's Essential To Ban LA Sheriff's Department Gangs. But Is It Constitutional?
For at least 50 years, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has been plagued by secretive "deputy gangs" — organized subgroups of deputy sheriffs who allegedly engage in violence, corruption and illegal activity. And for almost as many years,
Los Angeles Times5 min citite
Review: 'The Night Agent' And 'Agent Elvis': A Double Dose Of Spies
Since Sean Connery lit a cigarette at a chemin de fer table and first introduced himself as "Bond, James Bond" in "Dr. No," spies have rarely been far from the big or little screen, coming in all shapes and sexes, served straight or as spoofs. Within
Los Angeles Times2 min citite
Snowpack In Southern Sierra Hits All-time Record Levels, Nearly Triple Its Average
LOS ANGELES — After years of extreme drought and dismal snowpack, California has had a remarkably wet winter and is now veering into record-setting territory for snowfall. As of Friday, the snowpack in the southern Sierra was at 286% of normal — the
Los Angeles Times2 min cititePopular Culture & Media Studies
Move Out The Way, Adidas: Beyoncé Just Debuted A Fashion Line With This Luxury Brand
Beyoncé and Balmain have teamed up for a new clothing line that's giving big "Renaissance" energy. The "Break My Soul" hit-maker and Balmain Creative Director Olivier Rousteing revealed on social media Friday that they have collaborated for the brand
Los Angeles Times2 min cititeGender Studies
Editorial: Bills Intended To Shame And Scare Transgender Students Are Despicable
Republican lawmakers across the nation have introduced more than 400 bills to restrict the rights of LGBTQ people in the current legislative cycle, according to Human Rights Watch. One of them is Assembly Bill 1314, an odious proposal by California A
Los Angeles Times3 min cititeCrime & Violence
Gwyneth Paltrow Takes The Stand In Ski-collision Trial
Gwyneth Paltrow took the stand Friday in her civil trial over allegations that she negligently crashed into a retired optometrist in 2016, allegedly causing lasting damage. Paltrow has been on hand in the Park City, Utah, courtroom since the trial be
Los Angeles Times5 min citite
TikTok Might Get Banned After ‘Disaster’ Testimony. Why Do Some TikTokers Not Care?
The U.S. government may be inching toward a radical restructuring of TikTok, if not an outright ban on the Chinese-owned social media app. But to Jaci Butler, an internet personality and singer with 4 million followers on the embattled platform, the
Los Angeles Times5 min citite
Newsom Rolls Back California Drought Restrictions After Remarkably Wet Winter
DUNNIGAN, Calif. — On the heels of one of California’s wettest winters on record, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday announced that he will roll back some of the state’s most severe drought restrictions and dramatically increase water supplies for agencies
Los Angeles Times3 min citite
Bill Plaschke: UCLA Goes From Brilliant To Broke As History Cruelly Repeats Itself Vs. Gonzaga
LAS VEGAS — Not again. Not again. Not again. Two years later, another deep Gonzaga shot. Two years later, another desperate UCLA stare. Two years later, another dagger. This can’t keep happening, can it? Gonzaga can’t keep beating UCLA in the final
Los Angeles Times4 min cititeCrime & Violence
‘Rust’ Armorer Seeks To Block Special Prosecutor In Criminal Case
Attorneys for “Rust” weapons handler Hannah Gutierrez Reed are seeking to block the appointment of a new special prosecutor after a state lawmaker who had served in that role resigned amid controversy. Gutierrez Reed’s lawyers on Friday blasted New M
Los Angeles Times4 min cititeAmerican Government
Newsom Wants To Give Hollywood A Big New Perk. Will Lawmakers Agree?
LOS ANGELES — Movie studios would be eligible for a long-sought perk under Gov. Gavin Newsom's proposal to let them convert a portion of their state tax credits into cash payments, essentially creating a government subsidy for Hollywood that Californ
Los Angeles Times2 min citite
Selena Gomez Tells Her Fans To Chill: Hailey Bieber Getting Death Threats Is Not OK
Selena Gomez is telling her fervent followers to stand down amid the theoretical online feud between her and beauty influencer Hailey Bieber, Followers have been invested in the beauty moguls' social media exchanges ever since Bieber allegedly shade
Los Angeles Times3 min cititeCrime & Violence
Signatures Of Hundreds Of Dead People Were Found In D.A. Gascon Recall Petition
LOS ANGELES — More than 300 signatures in a petition to recall Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon last year belonged to dead people, according to the county’s Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s office. Now the agency has called on the
Los Angeles Times1 min citite
Reese Witherspoon And Jim Toth Announce Divorce After Nearly 12 Years Of Marriage
Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth have called it quits after more than 11 years of marriage. The two announced the news with a statement posted Friday to Witherspoon's Instagram, just days before they were to celebrate their 12th anniversary on Sunday.
Los Angeles Times5 min citite
Michael Hiltzik: Biden Says He Wants To Bring Down Drug Prices. His Actions Tell A Different Story
You might get the impression from the Biden administration's insulin price cut and its initiative allowing Medicare to negotiate over other pharmaceuticals that the drug pricing issue is finally being taken seriously in Washington. Sadly, no. The evi
Los Angeles Times4 min cititeWorld
China's Opposition To TikTok Sale Complicates The Picture — And Relations With The US
The latest U.S.-China clash over the popular social media app TikTok is likely to worsen the already-deteriorating relationship between the two countries, as Beijing and Washington tussle over software bans, technology exports and concerns about espi
Los Angeles Times4 min citite
George Skelton: California's Population Is On The Decline, And High-income Earners Have Joined The Exodus
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — It turns out high-income people are also fleeing the state — a new twist in the California exit. That should worry ruling liberal Democrats who love to tax wealthy people and spend their money, especially on social programs. Some
Los Angeles Times2 min citite
A Storm-toppled Tree Freed Him. Now Oliver, A Rare Vulture, Is On The Lam At Oakland Zoo
LOS ANGELES — On Tuesday, amid high winds and stormy conditions, a eucalyptus tree toppled over at the Oakland Zoo and landed on a recently completed aviary that held dozens of birds and small mammals. No animals were harmed, but six birds escaped th
Los Angeles Times3 min citite
Jason Sudeikis Takes A Hit In Custody Battle As Olivia Wilde Alleges Financial Woes
LOS ANGELES — “Ted Lasso” star Jason Sudeikis’ request to have his custody battle with ex Olivia Wilde moved to New York was just rejected as Wilde argued that the ongoing litigation is draining her finances. A hearing set for Friday in Los Angeles w
Los Angeles Times3 min citite
Commentary: California Housing And The Environment Are Often At Odds. They Don’t Have To Be
California’s housing shortage and climate crisis are often treated as if they are unrelated to each other. In fact, they are deeply interconnected. We need to address not only how much housing we build but also where we build it. That’s the idea and
Los Angeles Times7 min citite
Brian Merchant: Silicon Valley Elites Are Afraid. History Says They Should Be
It’s become a common refrain among a certain set of Silicon Valley elite: They’ve been treated so unfairly. Case in point: Even after their bank of choice collapsed spectacularly — in no small part of their own doing — and the federal government move
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