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Doyle McManus: I'm In Canada, Where The COVID Police Are Watching
For two weeks, we waited for the pandemic police to come. In mid-July, my wife and I headed on vacation to a rustic cabin her father built 65 years ago on a small lake north of Toronto. Most Americans can't visit Canada these days. Because of the cor
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With Ouster Of Priest Accused Of Pedophilia, Coptic Church Mobilizes Against Sexual Abuse
LOS ANGELES - The Coptic Orthodox Church in the U.S., shaken by recent accusations of sexual abuse, has vowed to eradicate inappropriate behavior in its cloistered communities following the defrocking of a priest accused of pedophilia for decades. Th
Los Angeles Times5 min de lectureWellness
Raucous Parties, Young Adults Fueling California's COVID-19 Crisis
LOS ANGELES - Younger adults are fueling California's coronavirus pandemic like never before, health officials are warning, and massive parties and other large social gatherings are threatening to unravel the progress the state is making. A second su
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1990s Kids Loved The Dark Cartoon 'Ren & Stimpy.' Comedy Central Is Bringing It Back
"The Ren & Stimpy Show" is coming back. On Wednesday, Comedy Central announced it is moving forward with a new reimagining of the iconic Nicktoon. The original "Ren & Stimpy," which followed an irascible Chihuahua and a simple-minded cat, debuted on
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A Tearful Zoë Saldaña Apologizes For Playing Nina Simone In 2016 Biopic
Zoe Saldana has finally and tearfully apologized for playing the inimitable Nina Simone in "Nina," the doomed 2016 biopic of the iconic civil rights activist and jazz artist. "I should have never played Nina," the Afro-Latina actress said repeatedly
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Jo Adell Singles In At-bat Debut, Mike Trout Homers In Return In Angels' Win Over Mariners
In his first game back following the birth of his son, and in the debut of the Los Angeles Angels' most heralded prospect since his own MLB arrival, Mike Trout homered to key the Angels' 5-3 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday. Trout hammere
Los Angeles Times6 min de lecture
In California's 'Bible Belt,' Churches Find Ways Around State's Coronavirus Lockdown Orders
LOS ANGELES - Jennifer Trujillo made a 30-minute trip from her home in San Diego County to the country roads of Wildomar in Riverside County for the first time in weeks. For the last year, the Pala resident had made the trek up every Sunday to attend
Los Angeles Times3 min de lecture
Commentary: How James Baldwin Spoke To Immigrants Like Me
James Baldwin was born Aug. 2, 1924, in Harlem, to parents who were children of former slaves. For migrants fleeing an economically depressed and racist South, Harlem was not much better, and his parents struggled to provide anything close to the Ame
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Anthony Davis, Lakers Top Jazz To Secure Top Seed In Western Conference
ORLANDO, Fla. - It wasn't easy and it wasn't pretty, but the Los Angeles Lakers clinched the top seed in the Western Conference. They did it with a 116-108 victory over the Utah Jazz on Monday night, 4 1/2 months later than they expected to achieve t
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How Jessie Ware's Stunning New Disco Dance Videos Were Shot In Quarantine
Inside a seedy-looking motel room, a dancer sashays, twirls and vogues alone to the pulsating bass line and sultry lyrics of Jessie Ware's "What's Your Pleasure?" In the nearly five-minute video, dancer Nicolas Huchard plays a game of seduction with
Los Angeles Times6 min de lecture
Para ICE, La Rutina No Es Nunca La Misma Desde La Era De Trump
LOS ÁNGELES — Los agentes de ICE habían hecho su tarea antes de abordar su primer objetivo. Se aprendieron la rutina del hombre mexicano de 65 años. Los agentes no estaban seguros de dónde vivía, pero sabían que casi todos los días después de las 4 a
Los Angeles Times9 min de lecture
Para Los Migrantes Transexuales Que Huyen De Las Amenazas De Muerte, El Asilo En EU También Es Riesgoso
MATAMOROS, México — Como ha sucedido con tanta frecuencia en su vida, Mayela Villegas volvió a enfrentar la amenaza de la violencia. Era la última hora de una tarde de septiembre y estaba sola. Cientos de otros solicitantes de asilo que acampaban al
Los Angeles Times6 min de lectureTech
Expertos Temen Que Los Votantes Sean Engañados Por Videos 'Deepfake'
WASHINGTON — Funcionarios electorales y las empresas de redes sociales, ya desconcertados por los hackers, los trolls y los bots, se están preparando para el lanzamiento de un arma de desinformación potencialmen
Los Angeles Times5 min de lecturePolitics
Column: California Is Still Showing How To Make Obamacare Work, Even With COVID-19
Amid the patchwork of state-level approaches to healthcare reform, California has always stood out for its all-in embrace of the Affordable Care Act. The state expanded Medicaid, taking full advantage of a federal government subsidy of the expanded p
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As Representation Debate Rages, Latinx Creators Tell Hollywood: 'Just Open The Door'
The outrage was instant and loud. And warranted. No Latinx creatives appeared in any of the major categories when nominations for the 72nd Emmy Awards were announced last week. How is that even possible, people raged, especially given "One Day at a T
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In California, A Legendary Waitress Gets A COVID-19-safe Memorial, With Tacos To Go
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. - If ever there was a San Bernardino resident who deserved a fiesta for her funeral, it was Lucy Reyes. She worked at Mitla Cafe, the oldest Mexican restaurant in the Inland Empire, for 68 of its 83 years, retiring in 2018. Her
Los Angeles Times9 min de lectureFashion & Beauty
Big Fashion Says It's Fighting Racism. Black Streetwear Designers Say Not Hard Enough
LOS ANGELES - For more than a year, Los Angeles-based streetwear designer Tremaine Emory had been working with Converse on a red, green and black sneaker inspired by Jamaican political activist and Black nationalist Marcus Garvey's Pan-African flag a
Los Angeles Times2 min de lecture
Apple Fire Swells To 26,000 Acres Amid Hot, Dry And Windy Conditions
LOS ANGELES - A vegetation fire that broke out Friday afternoon has now charred more than 26,000 acres in the Inland Empire, officials said. Crews battling the Apple fire, which is burning north of Cherry Valley in Riverside County, will have to cont
Los Angeles Times4 min de lecture
Angels Win, But Coronavirus Still Playing Havoc With MLB
ANAHEIM, Calif. - The two oldest managers in baseball trudged ahead Saturday at Angel Stadium. Dusty Baker of the Houston Astros is 71, and a cancer survivor. Joe Maddon of the Angels is 66. Each would be at high risk were he to contract the novel co
Los Angeles Times4 min de lecture
Another Coronavirus Casualty: Mexican Fiestas
MEXICO CITY - In the old days, back when people could gather in large groups without fear, mariachi singer Nancy Velasco was the life of the fiesta. She and her band would announce their arrival at social events in and around Mexico City with an erup
Los Angeles Times1 min de lecture
8 Servicemen Presumed Dead After Training Accident Off The Southern California Coast
LOS ANGELES - The search and rescue operation for eight U.S. servicemen who went missing last week after their landing craft sank in hundreds of feet of water off San Clemente Island during a training exercise has ended, officials announced early Sun
Los Angeles Times3 min de lecture
Lakers' Offense Is Stifled In Loss To Raptors In Second Game Of Restart
ORLANDO, Fla. - There have been some games in the NBA's bubble that have led to conjecture about whether these gyms are easier for shooters or something about this setting aids offenses more than defenses. High-scoring games have been the norm in the
Los Angeles Times3 min de lecture
Angels Sputter From Poor Start To Finish In Loss To Astros
The Angels again asked a lot of their bullpen Friday, and their relievers didn't quite melt down in a 9-6 loss to the Houston Astros. But Angels hitters, who went three for 18 with runners in scoring position, might not have had such a hard time atte
Los Angeles Times3 min de lecture
Dodgers Lose Late Lead, Fall To Diamondbacks Despite Mookie Betts' Big Night
Mookie Betts ran as fast as he could, jumped as high as he could, reached as far as he could. But on the outfielder's best night yet as a Los Angeles Dodger, the lasting image will be a ball that soared just beyond his outstretched glove. In the bott
Los Angeles Times1 min de lecture
Apple Fire Grows To 900 Acres In Riverside County, Triggering Evacuations
Firefighters on Friday evening were battling the Apple fire, which has burned 900 acres in the Cherry Valley area of Riverside County. The vegetation fire was reported at 4:55 p.m. in the 9000 block of Oak Glen Road, according to the Riverside County
Los Angeles Times3 min de lecture
Editorial: Jeff Bezos Just Gave His First Congressional Testimony. It Did Not Go Well
Amazon Chief Executive Jeff Bezos, the wealthiest man in the United States, made his first appearance ever before a congressional committee Wednesday. It did not go well. The hearing, held by a House Judiciary Committee panel, featured almost five ho
Los Angeles Times3 min de lecture
Lakers Are Off To Flying Start With Victory Over Clippers
ORLANDO, Fla. - J.R. Smith standing in a corner with his arms raised. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope banging on the divider in front of the Los Angeles Lakers' bench. Anthony Davis and JaVale McGee leaning against it as if it were a starting block. LeBron
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O-T Fagbenle's 'Maxxx' Is 'Veep' For Boy Bands. Backstreet Boy Included
O-T Fagbenle was standing outside a train station when he was first mistaken for singer-songwriter Craig David. "We really did look like the spitting image of each other - the first time I saw him on television, I literally thought for a split second
Los Angeles Times4 min de lecture
Review: Ron Howard's 'Rebuilding Paradise' Is A Stirring Portrait Of A Town Devastated By The Camp Fire
The sound of wind is rarely as sinister as it is at the beginning of "Rebuilding Paradise," Ron Howard's harrowing and heartrending new documentary. The loud, 40-mph gusts we hear are a grim omen, and they soon merge with other noises - anxious radio
Los Angeles Times4 min de lecture
Review: The Muppets Redeem Themselves — Well, Disney Does — With Delightful 'Muppets Now'
Just because you own a brand doesn't mean you know what to do with it. The Muppets, which have been largely controlled by Disney since 2004, have had their ups and downs over those 16 years. The height of their success in that time came with the very
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