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Archive for January 23rd, 2018
In the days before mudslides devastated California neighborhoods, officials released conflicting evacuation orders that left some hard-hit neighborhoods out of the warning zone.
She was frail, smelly and picked on as a student in Texas, one of her classmates said in a heartwrenching Facebook post.
Growers worry that new rules could open the way for vast farms and drive smaller cultivators out of business.
Did the hotel chain violate civil rights laws by giving personal info on guests to immigration agents who didn't have warrants?
The trailblazing writer, known for the Earthsea series and "The Left Hand of Darkness," used her imagined realms to grapple with social realities.
Another five people were also injured in the attack, which authorities say was undertaken by a 15-year-old student Tuesday. Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin says both of those killed were also 15.
Staffers at various campuses sprang into action to help during recent fires. Officials say their response should be a national model.
As restrictions on abortion mount in other states, California moves ahead with legislation that would require public universities to stock abortion pills.
The U.S. solar industry is split over the high taxes on solar components and large washing machines.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is thought to be the highest-ranking Trump administration official, and first Cabinet member, to be interviewed by Mueller's team.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has promised to bring up a bill to address DACA, border security and other issues, even if no consensus emerges before the next funding deadline, on Feb. 8.
Rachel Morrison, who shot "Mudbound," made history as the first woman ever nominated in the cinematography category.
An investigation by MPR News has learned of a years-long pattern of behavior that left several women who worked for the longtime host of A Prairie Home Companion feeling mistreated, sexualized or belittled.
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Kyle Buchanan of Vulture.com and Amy Nicholson of Variety join John Horn to examine how the nominations reflect the current state of Hollywood.
He built 'Baby Driver' around an expansive pop, rock and R&B playlist. His big fear? That another film might use those songs first.
California is the number one state for both solar panel jobs and customers, so it goes without saying that Trump’s increased tariff on imported solar goods will affect the state dramatically.
The three-day government shutdown ended late on Monday – but the move has garnered criticism from Democrats who wanted to hold out for better immigration policy deals.
The 90th Academy Awards nominations were announced early today, with “The Shape of Water,” “Dunkirk” and “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” leading the pack.
For a place whose constant is mostly the perennial sun, we Angelenos sure love to talk about the weather – and the go-to guy on that topic in the Southland has always been Bill Patzert.
The right side of the brain used to be seen as the prime holder of creativity.
In December, the Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal net neutrality rules, but now California lawmakers have two proposals to reinstate the protections.
A USC professor incorporated data about a family's history with the child welfare and criminal justice systems to create a risk score for children.
We'll get a preview of this weekend's Grammy Awards with music supervisor Morgan Rhodes.
Jack Gill is a stunt coordinator and action designer who's working to get his peers' work honored by the Academy. But he's been turned down every step of the way.
If you can show off the city to a native, then you might be home.
The 90th Annual Academy Award nomination announcement marks the halfway point for awards season. Here are the major takeaways.