May 23, 2021

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Deepening the mystery, officials have not picked up a ‘mortality signal’ from OR-93’s radio collar, indicating that the wolf had not moved for at least eight hours.

Officials may scrap a plan to expand the 710 Freeway after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency finds the project might increase air pollution.

At this late stage of the pandemic, most Californians have been vaccinated. And yet disparities remain. Door-to-door canvassing is one solution.

A blood test taken after his son’s wedding showed the House minority leader had been previously infected with coronavirus, he told reporters.

The man was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, and investigators believe the crime was motivated by hate, police said.

The 6th Street Viaduct Replacement Project will take the place of the original structure built in 1932 and will reconnect the downtown Arts District and historic Boyle Heights.

After being closed for more than a year because of the pandemic, Knott’s Berry Farm’s Soak City water park reopened for season pass holders Saturday.

Noriega, stepping down as director of UCLA’s Chicano Studies Research Center, talks about the importance of Chicano history and whether Ben Affleck should play him in the movies.

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A vocal group of politicians, media pundits and scientists doesn’t believe the coronavirus jumped from animals to humans. They think Chinese scientists let the virus loose somehow.

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What to do

With L.A. in the yellow tier of COVID-19 reopening, restaurants are booming. Check out these outdoor dining options for sushi, ramen, tacos and more.

Madcap Motel is not a real motel. The living video game was to open just before the pandemic. Now Paige Solomon hopes Californians are ready to dream.

J.J. Abrams and Arnold Schwarzenegger joined Hollywood studios including Disney, Warner Bros., Paramount and Universal to support movies theaters.

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Visual Storytelling

Episode 4 starts in Los Angeles. After the Dodgers moved there in 1958, the team spent more than two decades searching for a player to connect with the local Latino community. But until Fernando Valenzuela’s emergence in 1981 Latinos looked to other sports for heroes that looked like them.

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Creator David Weil takes us inside ‘Solos’ — and the creative tricks he and his team employed to make seven single-character stories work.

A book-publishing horror story; a small-town psychosexual thriller; a Filipino American culinary caper; and a racially charged French murder mystery.

Move over sequins, disco beats and power ballads. A four-piece band of Italian rockers has won the Eurovision Song Contest.

On ‘The Me You Can’t See,’ Lady Gaga talks about her ‘total psychotic break’ and years of self-harm that followed sexual assault by a music producer.

Carlos Vela returned to the starting lineup and Diego Rossi scored twice in LAFC’s 2-1 win over Colorado in front of 10,483 at Banc of California Stadium.

A pair of miscues by infielder-turned-outfielder Jose Rojas coupled with more bullpen struggles doomed the Angels to a 6-2 loss to the Oakland Athletics.

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Egyptian mediators are holding talks to firm up an Israel-Hamas cease-fire as Palestinians in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip begin to assess damages.

Virgin Galactic has made its first rocket-powered flight from New Mexico to the fringe of space in a manned shuttle, as the company forges toward offering tourist flights to the edge of the Earth’s atmosphere.

Iran’s parliament speaker said Sunday that international inspectors may no longer access surveillance images of the Islamic Republic’s nuclear sites.

Mississippi’s only abortion clinic faces perhaps its biggest challenge as the Supreme Court agrees to hear arguments over a new state abortion law.

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Contributing to a Roth IRA is an excellent way for young people to build wealth, and the earlier they can start, the better.

Some of us are hoping that a year of remote work will lead to greater job flexibility. Others can’t wait to get out of the house.

Love remote work? Here are expert tips for how to negotiate a permanent work-from-anywhere arrangement with your boss.

The Times has spoken with people from around Southern California, as well as experts, about COVID-19 vaccines.

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