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The federal government will overhaul accountable care organizations, an Obama-era innovation. The change could lead to a dramatic decrease in hospitals and doctors participating in the program.
The president blamed the intensity of the fires on state environmental policies, incorrectly claiming water that could be used to fight the fires is being pumped into the Pacific Ocean.
In recent weeks, dozens of military recruits had their enlistment contracts canceled. They had joined the military as part of a program to recruit foreign nationals with critically needed skills.
The founder of WikiLeaks received a request to testify in person before the Senate intelligence committee about Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, his lawyer says.
Vice President Pence said in a speech Thursday that the Space Force, which would be the military's sixth branch, will "prepare for the next battlefield" and "a new generation of threats."
Damaging aftershocks continue to shake the island of Lombak, which suffered a deadly earthquake on Sunday. Rescue workers are struggling to reach the injured in some remote areas.
Many doctors never find out when a patient dies from an overdose. A new study shows that when find out, it can alter the way they prescribe addictive drugs.
Atlantic writer Franklin Foer says President Trump has "radicalized" Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), opening the door for the agency to deport any undocumented immigrant.
New research finds that stomach infections, like norovirus and rotavirus, have a special way to get to us hard — and fast. That knowledge could lead to new, more effective treatments.
At the beginning of this year, Bejuique "Bay" Shambow and Bobby Austin were sleeping in a tent along the Santa Ana riverbed in Orange County. Then, in February, they and hundreds of their fellow campers were kicked out of the encampment by OC officials and given temporary shelter.
Linguist Geoff Nunberg says it's common for citizens of democracies to express concerns about the government. But the term "deep state" refers to something more nefarious — and conspiratorial.
The New York City Council voted to put new licenses for Uber and Lyft cars on hold for a year to study the services' effect on traffic congestion and look at how drivers are paid.
Tribune CEO Peter Kern said Thursday that the deal unraveled because Sinclair chose to follow a strategy that was only in its own self-interest.
At least three people are reportedly dead and a dozen injured in the Gaza Strip, while at least 11 people reportedly wounded when Hamas rockets landed in the southern Israeli city of Sderot.
James Loewen's 1995 book explained how history textbooks got the story of America wrong. Now, in a new edition, Loewen champions critical thinking in the age of fake news.
The Trump administration has proposed a rule that would prohibit some home health workers from having union dues deducted from their paychecks. The rule would likely undercut unions' power, all agree.
The new Netflix series Insatiable got early attention for stereotyping its fat-to-skinny lead character, but it's not as bad as all that. It's worse.
The move, which comes months after the attack in the U.K. on Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, follows pressure on the Trump administration from lawmakers in both parties.
Tenants typically represent themselves in eviction cases and face off with their landlord's attorney in unlawful eviction cases.
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On Wednesday, the NCAA announced new college basketball policies meant to overhaul the system in light of the FBI probe into recruiting practices.
Have you ever wondered who Hollywood’s good guys and gals really were? Or what it was like to work for Cecil B. DeMille? Or what about how Errol Flynn hid liquor while filming on location in New Mexico mountains?
A company in United Arab Emirates is looking to haul a giant iceberg from the Antarctic to either Australia or Africa in an effort to provide drinking water to one of these two water-starved places.
Why rent control initiatives have failed to take hold in Pasadena, Glendale and other local municipalities| August 09 2018, 9:42 AM
Some residents are facing a severe housing affordability crisis in California.
Los Angeles City Council transportation committee refined a new set of regulations Wednesday for electric scooters.
The Oscars announced yesterday that they are looking to add a new category to honor popular films.