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Goldberg: My wife is vaccinated. I'm not. Welcome to the new world of haves and have-nots
She'll soon be able to traipse off to a restaurant or a rave or a national insurrection, while I'll still be cowering at home hiding from the virus.
Op-Ed: Where are drilling protections for California residents?
California regulations lag behind other states that have imposed buffer zones, which protect people from oil and gas extraction near homes and schools.
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Letters to the Editor: Xavier Becerra isn't a doctor. Now the Republicans care about expertise?
Alex Azar, Trump's last secretary of Health and Human Services, was a lawyer just like Xavier Becerra, and they voted to confirm him.
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Editorial: Treating mentally ill accused felons will save money and prevent new crimes
Los Angeles County shouldn't turn up its nose at state funding that would move hundreds of mentally ill accused felons out of jail and into treatment.
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Letters to the Editor: These readers felt something would go wrong Jan. 6. Why didn't Capitol police?
Readers who say they were worried about violence in Washington before Jan. 6 wonder why Capitol police were so unprepared.
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Column: Lawrence Ferlinghetti's life contains a lesson for cancel culture
Is being fired for using offensive language anything like having books confiscated by federal agents and facing jail? Maybe not, but the "Howl" verdict applies to 2021 nonetheless.
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Letters to the Editor: The last thing Senate Democrats need is more Joe Manchins
If Democrats want to win more Senate seats, they need to pass progressive measures — and that means having fewer Democratic senators like Joe Manchin.
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As Biden immigration policy evolves, border migrant camp's future is uncertain
A Mexican border camp built by Trump immigration policies has yet to be dismantled by Biden.
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Editorial: The group behind the Golden Globes needs a shakeup
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association members put on a fun show - the Golden Globes - but they have problems with their credibility as journalists. They should fix that if they want to be taken (somewhat) seriously.
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Letters to the Editor: How to prevent crashes like Tiger Woods': Drive slower
The road where Tiger Woods crashed is steep and prone to crashes. A nearby resident says the best solution is for drivers simply to slow down.
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No. 19 USC loses grip on Pac-12 title with loss to Colorado
USC could not keep up with Colorado's hot shooting in the 80-62 loss and fell from the top of the Pac-12 standings.
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Hotel workers allege luxury Santa Monica hotel violates COVID-19 safety rules
Housekeeping workers at the JW Marriott Santa Monica Le Merigot filed a complaint on Thursday with the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health, the latest allegation of COVID-19 safety violations in a Los Angeles workplace.
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Clippers look unprepared in ugly loss to Grizzlies
The Clippers never recovered from a slow start and are routed by the Memphis Grizzlies 122-94 on Thursday.
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What's playing at the drive-in: 'Minari,' 'Tom & Jerry,' a Billie Eilish doc and more
Find a flick with our guide to new and classic movies playing outdoors at L.A.-area drive-ins, pop-ups and rooftops.
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Billie Eilish is an ordinary teen with extraordinary talent in 'The World's a Little Blurry'
A revealing new documentary for Apple+ offers a fly-on-the-wall look at Billie Eilish's meteoric ascent from Highland Park teen to global superstar.
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L.A. County COVID-19 hospitalizations hit three-month low while MIS-C cases climb
Although hospitalizations are down, the county is reporting 10 additional cases of MIS-C in children.
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UCLA shows off some hot shooting and lockdown defense in win over Utah
UCLA might not be an NCAA juggernaut, but they certainly looked like one in an impressive 76-61 Pac-12 victory over Utah on Thursday.
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Coronavirus spreads readily in gyms when people don't wear masks
The CDC is urging stricter precautions for gym-goers after tracing coronavirus outbreaks to fitness centers where patrons exercised without wearing masks.
Rams coach Sean McVay admits he made mistakes with Jared Goff
Rams coach Sean McVay admits he made some mistakes handling Jared Goff over the years, but would rather focus on the success they had together.
Harris coaxes Black communities to get vaccines, but distrust remains high
Supplies and access to COVID-19 vaccines are increasing, but Vice President Kamala Harris is struggling to ease safety concerns among Black Americans.
Biden to visit Texans battered by deadly winter storm, upset with state leaders
President Biden's visit to Texas comes as many are angry at state leaders and still recovering after losing power and water.
Trinity League finalizes its spring high school football schedule
Santa Ana Mater Dei is scheduled to face Bellflower St. John Bosco in the last Trinity League game of the season on April 16 at at Santa Ana Bowl.
After Times investigation, Golden Globes voters vow to 'bring in Black members'
After the Times investigation and mounting criticism in Hollywood, how will the HFPA and the Golden Globes move forward?
Corey Seager's big payday awaits, but will the Dodgers cut the check?
Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager is coming off a sensational season and will be a free agent at the end of 2021. But he doesn't want to talk about a new contract.
What's on TV Friday: 'The Blacklist'; FDA Vaccine hearing
What's on TV tonight, Friday, Feb. 26: "The Blacklist" on NBC; FDA hearing on the Janssen Biotech COVID-19 vaccine and more
Review: 'Un Film Dramatique': Teens and tweens trying your patience. Go figure
Éric Baudelaire turned 21 middle-school students in Paris loose with cameras. The documentary "Un Film Dramatique" is the result.
At conservative gathering, just one litmus test: Loyalty to Trump
GOP officials disagree intensely over the party's future. But no sign of debate will be visible when conservatives gather this weekend for CPAC's festival of Trump.
Review: Chinese Uyghur drama 'A First Farewell' is gorgeous — and murky
Chinese film "A First Farewell" blurs the lines between narrative and documentary as it chronicles the lives of Uyghur children.
Review: Andra Day burns hot and cool as jazz great in 'The United States vs. Billie Holiday'
Writer Suzan-Lori Parks and director Lee Daniels present Lady Day as an early civil rights activist in "The United States vs. Billie Holiday," starring Andra Day.
AT&T to spin off troubled satellite television unit DirecTV
The deal, unveiled Thursday, gives TPG a 30% stake. The deal values the company at $16.25 billion, a fraction of DirecTV's value just six years ago.