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Hawking was a theoretical physicist who changed how scientists think about gravity. He was 76.
Officials broke ground Tuesday on a 20,000-square-foot early learning center, right across from City Hall. It will serve infants, toddlers and preschoolers.
The Metropolitan Police says that its counterterrorism unit is handling the case "because of associations that the man is believed to have had."
Nikolas Cruz, 19, has already been charged with 17 counts of murder in the shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Public defenders had sought to avoid a trial by having Cruz plead guilty.
The department has come under scrutiny in recent years amid heightened protests over police violence against young black men.
The decision to lift evacuations was made "in consultation with the National Weather Service and other public safety officials," county officials said.
"I told them that the information was wrong, they asked me to deflect and I didn't agree with that," said James Schwab, who resigned from his job at the Department of Homeland Security.
An MIT study tracked 126,000 stories and found that false ones were 70 percent more likely to be retweeted than ones that were true. Twitter is asking outside experts to help it deal with the problem.
Before it could publish an issue on race, the magazine first had to look at its own history. "Some of what you find in our archives leaves you speechless," writes editor Susan Goldberg.
The president's visit to Southern California gives those on both sides of the immigration debate a chance to rally for a slew of issues, including DACA and refugees.
The nation's president has finally come to California. Just after 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Donald Trump set foot in California for the first time as president — more than 400 days into his term.
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Katja Blichfeld co-created the series with her husband, Ben Sinclair. They recently divorced after she came out as gay, and she says it’s helped the show be even more expansive.
The epic production takes queer history and the stories of other marginalized groups from the sidelines and places them center stage.
State bill to create pilot programs for congestion pricing in CA could mean ‘go zones’ are coming to a city near you| March 13 2018, 12:12 PM
It’s no secret that many Californians spend countless hours sitting in traffic every year, and Los Angeles is a city that is constantly balancing its long-standing car culture with the desire of most Angelenos to not have to spend so much time sitting in soul-crushing traffic on Southern California’s massive network of freeways.
On Tuesday, President Trump announced via tweet that Rex Tillerson is no longer Secretary of State and that he will be replaced by CIA Director Mike Pompeo.
AirTalk guest host Libby Denkmann checks in with reporters after President Trump lands in Miramar.
New global trend: rule forever? Xi Jinping’s term limits removed, plus Russia’s upcoming presidential election| March 13 2018, 9:22 AM
On Sunday, China’s national legislature voted 2,958 to 2 to nix the presidential term limit, effectively allowing President Xi Jinping to rule for life.
Playgrounds are an important setting to a child’s development, from providing opportunities for physical activities to contributing to cognitive learning.
President Trump makes his first visit as president to California Tuesday.
Congressman Duncan Hunter of San Diego accepted an invitation to meet with President Trump at the border wall prototype site.
Protesters and supporters gather in San Diego with differing messages about the proposed border wall as President Trump inspects prototypes
University of California President Janet Napolitano wants to guarantee admission to qualified community college students applying to UC campuses.
Sheriffs are banning certain items from areas the president will visit. Some are the usual suspects but bear spray also made the list.
This new music will both soothe your soul and inspire you to dance.
Mayor Garcetti tapped the Los Angeles Times' architecture critic to help navigate the city into its post-suburban future.