Nov. 22, 2019
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Sunday’s killings have brought unwanted attention to one of the nation’s largest Hmong communities, second only to Minneapolis.
After days of damaging testimony in the Trump impeachment hearings, Democrats claimed they had built an airtight case against the president. Will it matter?
UC Berkeley prevented protesters from shutting down a talk by conservative Ann Coulter this week as the university showcased crowd control measures learned from the violent rally against Milo Yiannopoulos two years ago.
L.A. County abruptly informs 50 current and former foster youths that they can no longer participate in programs offered by a nonprofit organization.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk took the wraps off his electric “cyberpunk” pickup truck on Thursday night.
A growing number of carmakers will arrive at the L.A. Auto Show with battery powered or plug-in hybrid SUVS and crossover utility vehicles.
Telecom-industry insiders say work is rapidly progressing on a system called “Shaken/Stir,” which could go a long way toward making your phone usable again.
“Drinking wine is an incredible way to make yoga fun,” said Eli Walker, founder of Drunk Yoga, which stages events in Los Angeles and New York and for special occasions, such as bachelorette parties. “It’s about cultivating joy and community and letting your hair down.”
Ana de Armas, Daniel Craig and Christopher Plummer lead an all-star cast in Rian Johnson’s deliriously entertaining detective story.
Citing death threats amid his spat with Taylor Swift, manager Scooter Braun posts a public appeal to the pop star to end their label dispute.
Stick through the credits after “Frozen II” because yes, there is a post-credits scene — with a couple of fan favorite cameos.
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