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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- One of Mexicos most controversial and resilient political figures formalized his bid for the presidency Tuesday, vowing if elected to wean Mexico off U.S. agricultural imports, increase aid for students and the elderly and consider amnesty for drug w
After watching Todd Gurley rush for 96 yards in only 13 carries in his teams loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, Rams coach Sean McVay said he recognizes that he needs to get the running back more involved. However you want to cut it, Ive got to get him
The process figures to be repeated next winter, if not the next: another hard-throwing pitcher from Japan becoming available and the Dodgers scrambling to sign him. Only next time, the Dodgers will have to spend less time educating their target about
Complete cycles of Bachs six wondrous Brandenburg Concertos would be a momentous and rare event in the lives of most ensembles and audiences. But this is Los Angeles, and for the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, the cycle is almost a routine part of co
Looking for Hannukah recipe ideas? From latkes to salads, mains to dessert, weve compiled 34 of our favorite dishes to help you celebrate the Festival of Lights! noelle.carter@latimes.com @noellecarter
A Republican push to repeal the Johnson Amendment, which forbids political endorsement by churches and other tax-exempt nonprofits, is deeply unpopular, even among churchgoers who believe in activism.
Charles McCaleb hasnt slept much since the raging Thomas fire chased him out of his Ojai Valley home about a week ago. In the early morning hours, he refreshes fire and weather websites for the latest on the blazes behavior and spread. During the day
Clint Capela had a career-high 28 points and James Harden scored 12 straight points for Houston in the fourth quarter as the Rockets rallied for a 130-123 victory over the visiting New Orleans Pelicans on Monday to extend their winning streak to 10 g
Music competition judge Simon Cowell has purchased a gated estate in Malibu for $24 million, The Times has confirmed. The seller was a corporate entity with ties to Brian Greenspun, the publisher and president of the Las Vegas Sun newspaper. Reached
Wind gusts that helped push a massive wildfire into Santa Barbara County this weekend were growing weaker Monday, but authorities say the week-old Thomas fire still threatens the coastal enclaves of Carpinteria, Summerland and Montecito. After watchi
To the editor: Perhaps nothing is more despicable about this president than his unabashed endorsement of Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama. (In Alabama Senate race, Republicans fear they may lose even if Roy Moore wins, Dec. 9) This is
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, Doc Rivers thought maybe the Clippers had a chance. They had talent, he thought. They could surprise people. Injuries threatened all of that, but Monday, at least for one night, they found a new hope. On the
On the 41st day after the 2017 season ended, after the Dodgers fell one victory short of their first World Series championship since 1988, Dave Roberts glanced skyward and sighed. Gosh, he said during a news conference on the second day of the Winter
A fire erupted on a school bus after it backed into a ditch in western Iowa early Tuesday, killing a student and the bus driver, investigators said. No one else was on the bus when the fire erupted around 7 a.m. southeast of Oakland, about 35 miles e
He strode across the stage toward his new manager and grabbed his new jersey. Giancarlo Stanton never hid his desire to be a Dodger, but childhood dreams do not involve the luxury tax. And so Stanton buttoned up the pinstripes of the New York Yankees
Mike Dirnt, bassist for the band Green Day, has sold his super-cool beach house in Montecito for $3.85 million. The buyer is film producer and Disney scion Tim Disney, records show. The narrow house is in a gated enclave and sits along the sand at Mi
Walt Disney Co.s planned acquisition of much of Rupert Murdochs 21st Century Fox media company a deal that is expected to be completed this week could prompt a brain drain of high-level Fox executives in the coming months. Among the prominent executi
A man who slashed Los Angeles County sheriffs deputies with a knife was shot and killed Sunday in Artesia, the department said. The shooting occurred at 9:26 p.m. in the 11900 block of Droxford Street in Artesia, according to a press statement. Deput
Saudi Arabia announced Monday that it will allow movie theaters to open for the first time in more than three decades, part of a broad modernization drive pushed by the conservative kingdoms reform-minded crown prince. The announcement was hailed as
Its a surreal spectacle to see a Democrat running a viable campaign for U.S. Senate from Alabama. President Trump won more than 62% of the Alabama vote last year, one of his biggest victories in the nation. Both of Alabamas U.S. senators are Republic
Officials say a woman has been arrested after trying to smoke on a Southwest flight from Portland to Sacramento, then shouting she was going to kill everyone on the plane. In video obtained by CBS13 in Sacramento, the woman identified as 24-year-old
In any other year, Dodger fans would wake up today in a blue-faced fury. The baseball winter meetings are underway, and already their team has struck out! The Dodgers swung and missed with Shohei Ohtani. They whiffed on Giancarlo Stanton. They kept t
The Chargers couldnt have seen this coming, not when they were 0-4, struggling to find an offensive rhythm and trying to grasp the scheme of first-year defensive coordinator Gus Bradley. But here they are winners of four in a row and seven of nine, c
Amtraks rail service between Oxnard and San Luis Obispo on its popular Pacific Surfliner route continues to be shut Tuesday because of the Thomas fire raging in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. Trains have been suspended indefinitely from travelin
An armored amphibious vehicle stuck in a rut along a Camp Pendleton road nicked a hidden gas line during a September exercise, engulfing 14 Marines and a sailor in a fireball that grew into a 20-foot pillar of flames, according to an official report
There was a time when the Golden Globes nominations were taken seriously only as potential Oscar indicators. If the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. decided to give a corny, crowd-pleasing musical like The Greatest Showman more nominations than a cultur
For nearly 10 years, Shazam has been something of a one-trick pony. Its app has a single purpose: identify a song thats playing and connect users to a service to download or stream it. But behind the nifty song-detecting technology lies something tha
Longtime Lionsgate executive Steve Beeks is leaving the film and television studio at the end of the year in the latest leadership shuffle for the Santa Monica company. Beeks, Lionsgates co-chief operating officer and co-president of its motion pictu
Walt Disney Co.s potential deal to acquire much of Rupert Murdochs entertainment empire appears to be in the home stretch as the only other serious bidder, Comcast Corp., confirmed that it was no longer in the running. Comcast last month expressed in
The Supreme Court has put off for a year or more a ruling on whether gays and lesbians are protected from job discrimination under the federal civil rights law. The justices without comment or dissent declined to hear a Georgia womans suit that alleg