Los Angeles Times2 min citite
Kings Blow Another Third-period Lead In Overtime Loss To Wild
LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Kings fell in overtime for a second straight game to the Minnesota Wild on Saturday night at Staples Center, losing 4-3 to open the season 0-0-2. Here are five takeaways from the season’s second game: —Another blown lead
Los Angeles Times3 min cititeBiology
Another New Coronavirus Variant Found Across California
LOS ANGELES — As the total number of coronavirus infections in California approaches 3 million, health officials said Sunday that a new strain — different from a highly contagious variant first identified in the United Kingdom — is popping up more fr
Los Angeles Times3 min citite
Clippers Still Rule In Kings’ Castle: Five Takeaways From Friday Night’s Victory
In a city where the Los Angeles Clippers have ruled for nearly a decade, there was no lost double-digit lead Friday, and no second-half suspense. A 33-8 run during a nine-minute stretch of the third quarter broke open a comfortable 138-100 Clippers v
Los Angeles Times3 min citite
First-place UCLA Rallies To Beat Last-place Washington, Improves To 7-0 In Pac-12
LOS ANGELES — Tyger Campbell took the inbounds pass as a timeout was called, allowing the UCLA point guard to unleash his fury on a ball that he slammed to the court with both hands. The lifeless Bruins had just given up another layup to Washington,
Los Angeles Times3 min citite
Shohei Ohtani Heads To Arbitration; Dylan Bundy And Andrew Heaney Reach Deals
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Two-way player Shohei Ohtani didn’t perform like the star the Angels had hoped would carry their rotation and lineup last year. He faltered at the plate. He wobbled on the mound. Playing in empty ballparks throughout the division, h
Los Angeles Times7 min cititePolitics
Why Military, Law Enforcement Vets Joined Capitol Seige
An Air Force veteran from Southern California and ardent conspiracy theorist bent on war against the government. An Army psychological operations officer at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. A decorated, retired Air Force officer of 18 years from Texas who
Los Angeles Times5 min cititeMedical
Hardly Any Of Calif.'s Most Vulnerable Have Been Vaccinated Yet
LOS ANGELES — As public health officials scramble to clear a backlog of unused COVID-19 vaccine by opening the process to anyone 65 or older, new data shows they failed to quickly deliver shots to the vast majority of California's most vulnerable res
Los Angeles Times6 min cititeMedical
Can Bosses Make Their Workers Get Vaccine If They Don't Want To?
Most of the faculty at a southern Minnesota high school can't wait to get the shots that will protect them against COVID-19. But an instructor who teaches business classes said he's not ready to take it, and he fears that his refusal to get vaccinate
Los Angeles Times8 min citite
NHL 2021: A Look At Every Team As Unusual Season Gets Underway
LOS ANGELES — Did somebody call a taxi squad? Anticipating that coronavirus cases will disrupt an already abbreviated schedule — and that vaccination won’t soon occur widely — teams will be allowed to keep four to six extra players on hand this NHL s
Los Angeles Times3 min citite
UCLA Blows Out Washington State To Stay Unbeaten In Pac-12
LOS ANGELES — Mick Cronin had envisioned this for a while now, an efficient UCLA offense being supercharged by some of his struggling shooters all making a high percentage of baskets in the same game. The Bruins fully enjoyed that scenario Thursday a
Los Angeles Times2 min citite
Disneyland Is Scrapping Its Annual Pass Program
The Disneyland and Disney California Adventure theme parks, closed for nearly a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, are ending their annual pass program as we know it. The popular multi-tiered ticketing system, which shifted the culture of the two
Los Angeles Times3 min cititeAmerican Government
Late-night Hosts Joke Trump Impeachment 'Sequel' Was 'Worse Than The Original'
Everything was just peachy on the late-night TV circuit after Donald Trump was impeached for the second time during his presidential tenure. On Wednesday, the House of Representatives delivered the most bipartisan impeachment in United States history
Los Angeles Times6 min cititeMedical
1 In 3 LA Residents Have Been Infected By Virus, New Estimate Shows
LOS ANGELES – One in three Los Angeles County residents have been infected with the coronavirus, according to new estimates by county scientists, an astonishing sign of how rapidly the virus is spreading in the hard-hit region. The estimate, based on
Los Angeles Times4 min cititeNature
Global Warming: 2020 Ties 2016 As Hottest Year On Record
Global warming pushed temperatures to near-record levels in 2020, in effect tying 2016 as the hottest year on record, according to data released Thursday by U.S. science agencies. Last year’s average global surface temperature was 2.2 degrees Fahrenh
Los Angeles Times5 min cititeMedical
Uncertainty Surrounds One Of The Two COVID Vaccines India Is Using
MUMBAI, India – As India launches an ambitious effort to vaccinate 300 million people against the coronavirus within six months, it is employing two vaccines — both manufactured domestically but approved under very different circumstances. One is Cov
Los Angeles Times5 min cititeAmerican Government
House Begins Final Push To Impeach Trump For A Second Time
WASHINGTON — Donald J. Trump is poised to become the first president in U.S. history to be impeached twice, as the House on Wednesday took up a measure charging him with inciting last week’s insurrection by supporters who stormed the Capitol to bloc
Los Angeles Times4 min cititeAmerican Government
Trump's Sway Over GOP Rapidly Melting Away As End Of His Term Nears
WASHINGTON — Just a few weeks ago, President Trump, even in defeat after the November election, dominated the Republican Party — able to bend lawmakers to his will and assert a strong claim to the party’s nomination for another White House run four
Los Angeles Times6 min cititeMedical
COVID Crisis Improves In Northern California, But LA Braces For More
LOS ANGELES – As parts of Northern California began to see the first guarded signs of progress Tuesday in the battle against the winter coronavirus surge, communities in hard-hit Southern California were bracing for more cases to swarm hospitals alre
Los Angeles Times7 min cititeAmerican Government
Inspector General Was Told To Be Independent — Trump Fired Him For It
WASHINGTON — Michael Atkinson says he did what the law required, nothing more. "I did what I had to do," he said. "If I had kept quiet, I would have spent the last year, probably the rest of my life, not sure I could live with myself." Atkinson can t
Los Angeles Times6 min cititeWorld
How China Is Battling A Coronavirus Resurgence
BEIJING — Zhao Renmi awakened to the sound of village officials shouting that everyone had to pack and go, without explanation of where or for how long. Word was spreading of a new COVID-19 outbreak, so she gathered her children and obeyed. “My hear
Los Angeles Times4 min cititeAmerican Government
The Big Question: Was Capitol Attack The End Or Start Of Something?
It's been about a week since a horde of thousands attacked the U.S. Capitol in an act of insurrection aimed at keeping Congress from effectively ending the presidency of the man who summoned them, Donald Trump. But let's not lose sight of the fact th
Los Angeles Times5 min cititeCrime & Violence
Timeline: Night Stalker Richard Ramirez's L.A. Reign Of Terror And Its Aftermath
Reports of his brutality left a generation of Angelenos in fear when night fell. Under cover of darkness in 1985, Richard Ramirez went on a months-long spree of murder, sexual assaults and other crimes that spread terror and anxiety throughout the So
Los Angeles Times3 min cititeInternational Relations
Commentary: What Trump Has In Common With Ayatollah Khomeini
Last week's disgraceful spectacle at the United States Capitol resurrected chilling memories for me. Forty-one years ago, on Nov. 4, 1979, I and my colleagues at the American Embassy in Tehran faced a mob that, like the one on Jan. 6, invaded a suppo
Los Angeles Times2 min citite
Elle Woods At 40? Mindy Kaling Is Excited To Reveal That In 'Legally Blonde 3'
When we last saw Elle Woods, she was driving away from her wedding in a pastel pink cabriolet, following the successful passage of anti-animal testing legislation in Congress. "OK, now that we're married, where do you want to live?" asked her ever-su
Los Angeles Times2 min citite
MLB 2021 Fan Plan: No Mandate For Vaccines Or COVID-19 Tests
Major League Baseball does not plan to mandate that fans provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result before entering a ballpark this year. In a memo sent to teams Monday and obtained by the Los Angeles Times, the league outlined w
Los Angeles Times3 min cititePolitics
Commentary: The GOP Likes To Tar Democrats As Radical Extremists. But Look At Who Incited An Insurrection
Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel was unanimously reelected on Friday for another term. Her message to the party: "I am mad and I'm not going to let socialism rule this country." In tweeting about his Fox News appearance after t
Los Angeles Times3 min citite
Fans Love The Idea Of Debra Messing As Lucille Ball. Sorry, Nicole Kidman!
With Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem reportedly being considered for movie roles as Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, one name was on many people's minds: Debra Messing. The "Will & Grace" actress has taken some time out from tweeting nonstop against Pres
Los Angeles Times2 min cititeMedical
Some Residents Should Wear Masks At Home, LA County Officials Say
LOS ANGELES — With the coronavirus spreading rapidly and pushing hospitals to a crisis point, Los Angeles County officials are recommending further safety measures — going so far as to urge some residents to wear masks inside their homes. The concern
Los Angeles Times6 min citite
Adelson, Billionaire Casino Owner And GOP Megadonor, Dies At 87
Las Vegas casino magnate Sheldon G. Adelson, whose faux Venetian palaces drew gamblers eager to beat the odds and Republican candidates eager to win campaign jackpots, has died. He was 87. His death was confirmed by his wife, Miriam Adelson. Adelson
Los Angeles Times3 min citite
Commissioner Gary Bettman Says It’s Cheaper To Not Have Season, But NHL Skates On
The NHL will lose more than a billion dollars by staging the 2020-21 season in largely empty arenas, Commissioner Gary Bettman said Monday, but owners and players are intent on playing a 56-game schedule to provide diversion for fans and keep hockey
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