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A former ambassador to Yemen, scholars and Muslim leaders question Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's claims that the U.S. under Trump is a positive influence in the Middle East.
LAUSD serves about 60,000 special education students and some parents of these students are worried about what will happen to their care if teachers strike.
One of the groups who won’t be getting a paycheck this week are federal prison workers. At a federal prison in Victorville, corrections officers say moral is low.
The Board of Supervisors is expanding the county's participation in Safe Parking LA, a nonprofit that finds lots for people to park while they sleep in their cars.
The governor's 2019-2020 spending plan represents a 4 percent increase in general plan spending and adds billions of dollars to the state's reserves.
Pregnant women in intensive care with severe cases of the flu have a higher risk of giving birth to babies prematurely. The risk of breathing problems for the baby is also substantially higher.
Bernice Sandler died Saturday at the age of 90. She once told NPR she beams with pride at seeing female athletes walk "with their heads up and feeling like, 'Yeah, I can handle this world.' "
The automaker says it is not yet clear how many people will lose their jobs. The cuts come during a time of turmoil for the car industry, as automakers invest heavily in new technology.
Government, academic and industry researchers often depend on each others' work and funding. The partial shutdown is getting in the way of some of that collaboration and research.
But the federal judge also said the actress could proceed with the defamation part of her lawsuit against the former mega-producer.
A federal report finds many undergraduates are too hungry to learn, and don't have enough information to access the federal resources available to help.
A new study shows that when ads made hedonistic marketing claims, such as "exotic" or "delicious," rather than targeting environmental interests, more people were willing to try eating insects.
A new report documents how Coke penetrated the government and influenced efforts to bring down the growing obesity rate — but not by cutting back on calories.
The top U.S. diplomat accused the Obama administration of making crucial errors that worsened a string of crises in the region, from the Arab Spring to ISIS.
The president is traveling to a Border Patrol station in Texas, as the partial shutdown enters its 20th day. The trip comes a day after the president walked out on a meeting with Democrats.
The announcement, from Kazakhstan's Foreign Ministry, comes after reports of massive repression of ethnic Muslim minorities in far western China.
Reports that a white shooter killed a 7-year-old black girl led to a national outcry, but in the days since, deputies have charged two black men. Gene Demby spoke about what this incident reveals.
The upcoming head count of every person living in the U.S. will reset how power and money are shared through 2030. But the citizenship question and other controversies may derail preparations.
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The birth rate across the United States has been steadily declining, but a new report released today says that fertility rates vary significantly across the country.
Governor Gavin Newsom has released his first budget. Health care, early childhood education, and higher education are areas that have received a boost in funding.
Gadgets galore, sundry smart home stuff...and a dirty diaper sensor? The coolest (and weirdest) tech at CES 2019| January 10 2019, 9:51 AM
Every January, the biggest names in consumer technology descend on the Las Vegas Convention Center for the annual Consumer Electronics Show.
Governor Newsom plans to introduce a roughly $2 billion investment in child care and early learning programs in his budget on Thursday.
Cross-border roundup: Trump threatens to declare national emergency before border visit, meanwhile Mexico deals with gas shortages| January 10 2019, 9:37 AM
President Donald Trump threatened on Thursday to declare a national emergency to circumvent Congress if he can't reach a deal with Democrats to fund his promised border wall.