• By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    TRUMP THREATENS TO USE MILITARY TO HALT MIGRANT CARAVAN

  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    A STAR IS BORN: NE-YO TURNS 39 TODAY

    Star
  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    BIDEN KNOCKS TRUMP FOR 'CODDLING' SAUDI LEADERS AFTER KHASHOGGI'S DISAPPEARANCE

  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    DEPUTY WOUNDED IN SHOOTING OUTSIDE APARTMENT COMPLEX IN SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY

    A San Bernardino County sheriff's deputy was wounded by gunfire at an apartment complex in Adelanto early Thursday, officials said....

    Garden
  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    ASTROS WEREN'T ATTEMPTING TO CHEAT WHEN EMPLOYEE FILMED OPPOSING DUGOUTS, MLB DETERMINES

    The Houston Astros didn't cheat. They didn't want to get cheated. That's their story, and Major League Baseball agrees. Following an...

  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    AZTEC OPERA 'EL CIRCO ANAHUAC' SHARES VOLCANIC LOVE AND LOSS IN A MYSTICAL TIME BEFORE MEXICO

    The smell of burning sage wafted into the small room on the fourth floor of LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, as the sound of chirping crickets...

    Art
  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    WEEKEND PICKS FOR OCT. 18-21: 'WOMAN IN BLACK,' MARIINSKY ORCHESTRA AND MORE

    Fall is filling up with pick-worthy performances, including a spooky thriller from London's West End, the return of a powerhouse Russian...

    Weekends, London
  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    LUXURY BOUTIQUE TRAFFIC LOS ANGELES BLOOMS AT ITS NEW DIGS IN THE REVAMPED BEVERLY CENTER

    As the Beverly Center's longest-running tenants, Sara and Michael Moldovan appear to have cracked the code for retail success. “If...

    Shopping, Los Angeles, Luxury, Brands
  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    ESSENTIAL CALIFORNIA: A SIMPLE EARTHQUAKE FIX THAT COULD PREVENT FINANCIAL CATASTROPHE

    Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Thursday, Oct. 18, and here's what's happening across California:...

    City
  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    RACING! PARX COMES UP WITH A NEW WAY TO CANCEL A CARD

    Horse racing newsletter

  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    TODAY: A DOUBLE-BARRELED DEFENSE OF SAUDI ARABIA

    The president and secretary of State say they believe the Saudis can investigate themselves. TOP STORIES A Double-Barreled Defense...

  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    IN ADVANCE OF THE MIDTERMS, BARBARA KRUGER REPRISES MOCA MURAL THAT ASKS 'WHO IS BEYOND THE LAW?'

    There are more iconic years: 1945, which marked the end of a world war, and 1968, with its roiling protest movements. But 1990 also...

  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    WITH SRSQ, KENNEDY ASHLYN FINDS HOPE AFTER GHOST SHIP

    The last time Kennedy Ashlyn went back to her old city of Oakland, she didn't know how she'd feel. The singer for the new electronic...

    City
  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    THREE 'NEW' EPISODES OF TOM PETTY'S 'BURIED TREASURE' SHOW TO PREMIERE ON SIRIUSXM

    Long before Tom Petty became one of rock's biggest stars, he was one of the music's biggest fans, a characteristic that came to the...

    Star
  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    WIKIPEDIA MIRRORS THE WORLD'S GENDER BIASES, IT DOESN'T CAUSE THEM

    When Donna Strickland won the Nobel Prize this month, she became only the third woman in history to receive the award in physics. An...

  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    REVIEW: THREE AUSTRALIAN MYSTERIES - 'DEAD LUCKY,' 'MR. INBETWEEN' AND 'MYSTERY ROAD' - WORTH A BINGE

    In the War of the Content Providers, product-hungry networks, beyond making their own original series have begun to look farther afield...

    Traveling, Travel, Hotel, Look, Hotels
  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    SAUDI ARABIA DOESN'T DESERVE THE BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT, LEAST OF ALL FROM THE PRESIDENT

    The Trump administration continues to send disturbingly mixed signals about whether it will hold Saudi Arabia's rulers accountable...

  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    HOW DO YOU BUILD A SAFER CITY AFTER CALIFORNIA'S WORST WILDFIRE? SANTA ROSA OFFICIALS SAY THE ANSWER MAY HAVE TO WAIT

    After the Tubbs fire destroyed his home, Will Abrams' son read a book about the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. He learned that following...

    Home, City, Chicago
  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    CALIFORNIA HAS ALWAYS HAD SANTA ANA WINDS. SO WHY AREN'T OUR POWER LINES BURIED YET?

    To the editor: May I say the obvious? All electrical lines in California should be buried and should have been buried a long time ago....

  • By LA Times   -   Oct 18, 2018

    CORONA VOTERS, TAKE NOTE: CITY COUNCILS ARE GOVERNMENT BODIES, NOT CHRISTIAN CLUBS

    To the editor: It strains belief to read Corona City Councilman Randy Fox's reasons for supporting three fellow Christian pastors in...

    City