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Big banks want communities of color to trust them. But it's not so simple
Communities of color have reasons to distrust large banks, including racist practices such as redlining, past bank failures and a lack of transparency about fees.
Businesses see opportunity and risk in California's digital vaccine records
California is digitizing COVID-19 vaccine cards, making it easier for people to prove they have been inoculated. But many businesses are worried asking to see proof of vaccination could scare off customers.
Former ArcLight at Sherman Oaks Galleria taken over by Regal Cinemas
Regal Cinemas signed a lease Friday with mall landlord Douglas Emmett Inc. to take over the vacant theaters in the Galleria and reopen them soon.
'Hungry to celebrate being alive': California reopening fuels job growth
Unemployment in California dipped to 7.9% in May, the fourth month state payrolls grew by more than 100,000 jobs. Still, full recovery will be slow.
LaBianca home sells for $1.875 million in Los Feliz
The Los Feliz home of reality show host Zak Bagans, once owned by the LaBianca family, has sold for the second time in three years for $1.875 million.
Column: Don't just accept a cut to your credit limit. You can fight back
A South L.A. woman was told the limit on a credit card she's held for 36 years was reduced because she didn't use it enough during the pandemic.
Column: UC regents appear poised to surrender on Catholic healthcare restrictions
The UC regents' upcoming vote on whether to allow affiliations with Catholic hospitals looks like a capitulation.
Disneyland reveals which COVID-era changes will stay, which will go
Disneyland and Disney California Adventure have lifted rules about crowds and distancing. Fireworks are coming back. But some changes will stick.
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Golden Globes voters resign in protest over HFPA's 'status quo' reform efforts
Citing a 'toxic' culture and 'watered-down' reforms, two members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. resign in protest
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Fresh off French Open victory, Novak Djokovic sells Miami Beach condo
Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic has sold his ocean-view condo in Miami Beach for $6 million days after winning the 2021 French Open.
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Column: The FDA's hasty approval of a new Alzheimer's drug is looking worse than ever
The FDA's approval of an Alzheimer's drug of dubious value will throw U.S. healthcare spending into crisis.
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Deepak Chopra lists his La Jolla house with a view
New Age author Deepak Chopra is asking $5.65 million for his scenic La Jolla home of 28 years.
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