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Column: For Nancy Pelosi, maybe one last chance to do something really, really big
Passing President Biden's agenda would be a huge test for Nancy Pelosi, one of the most effective House speakers in history.
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California records driest year in a century
The average accumulation of rain and snowfall across the state totaled only 11.87 inches during the 2021 water year, which ran Oct. 1, 2020, through Sept. 30.
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Review: A remarkable ode to union workers in photographer LaToya Ruby Frazier's 'Last Cruze'
Documentary photography merges with installation art in a smart, moving exhibition at L.A.'s California African American Museum.
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Editorial: Will homeless veterans ever get housing on land set aside for them?
Nothing escapes the bureaucracy of the Department of Veterans Affairs. Its ambitious master plan to create hundreds of units of housing is years behind schedule.
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Column: As California continues to burn, politicians must have their feet held to the fire
Internal squabbles, budget worries and a failure to prioritize the wildfire threat have held Sacramento back in addressing the state's blazes, columnist George Skelton writes.
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NASA turns technology back toward Earth to focus on climate change
Scientists and California state officials are working together to study Earth's rapidly changing systems and make more informed decisions.
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Podcast: A matter of a piñon
The piñon nut is a beloved snack of the American Southwest, surrounded by traditions. But the harvest is getting smaller and smaller.
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What sways homeless people to get COVID-19 shots? It could be other homeless people
In L.A. County, health officials are enlisting people living in tents, RVs and makeshift shelters to help get unhoused people vaccinated.
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How Liz Flynt — widow of Hustler's founder — is embracing the title 'pornographer'
After Larry Flynt's death, Liz Flynt is taking over the gambling and adult entertainment empire at a precarious time in the industry. She vows to expand it still.
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Despite promises to lift some Trump sanctions, Biden leaves Cuba in deep freeze
Despite campaign promises on Cuba, President Biden has not opened paths on the remittances and travel some say would most help islanders.
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NBA season preview: Expect another Wild West playoff chase
The Lakers are the favorites to win the Western Conference title, but the Phoenix Suns and Utah Jazz lead a contending field that is deep and talented.
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Op-Ed: Why didn't I learn about disordered eating? My schools failed me
How might I have changed my behavior if I learned about unhealthy eating and period loss in class?
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Op-Ed: Mind your XYZs for those of us with names at the back of the line
Asians have more surnames that start with letters near the end of the alphabet. That can be a real disadvantage.
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NBA's 75th season: 5 storylines to follow as games begin Tuesday
Five storylines heading into NBA's 75th anniversary season, which begins Tuesday, including sagas of Kyrie Irving and Nets plus Ben Simmons and 76ers.
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These clinics in Mexico are trying to stop abortions by duping women
Antiabortion groups lure in women by advertising abortions. Then the pressure campaign to continue pregnancy begins.
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Hernández: Dodgers can still beat the Braves if Andrew Friedman and Co. stop overthinking
The Dodgers' unnecessary but successful pitching moves in Game 5 of the NLDS vs. the Giants have led to bad decision-making against the Braves in the NLCS.
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Letters to the Editor: L.A. politicians face a reckoning on homelessness in next year's election
The Times Editorial Board's opposition to a ballot measure on homelessness shows that it, along with many L.A. leaders, is a defender of the status quo.
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Op-Ed: USC and prosecutors owe the public a full account of sex abuse inquiries
How did a doctor remain employed at the Student Health Center for 30 years as accusations grew? Why has only the physician faced charges?
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NBA power rankings for 2021-22 season
How The Times' basketball staff rates the 30 NBA teams from top to bottom heading into the season openers on Tuesday.
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Dodgers channeling their inner Dave Roberts with aggressive NLCS baserunning
The Dodgers are in a 2-0 series hole against the Braves, but their penchant for stolen bases in the series is reminiscent of Dave Roberts' playing prime.
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Dodgers' World Series aspirations in peril after another walk-off loss to Braves
Eddie Rosario's run-scoring single off Kenley Jansen in the ninth inning lifts the Braves to a 5-4 win and a 2-0 lead in the NLCS as it heads to L.A.
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Plaschke: What were they thinking? Massive brain cramp dooms Dodgers in NLCS Game 2
Baseball's brainiest team looks downright stupid after deciding to have Julio Urías pitch the eighth inning of a 5-4 NLCS Game 2 loss to the Braves.
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Shooting at Halloween party came days after deputy killed man on same block
An L.A. County sheriff's deputy had fatally shot a man on the same Whittier block where three people were critically wounded in a shooting at a Halloween house party five days later, authorities said.
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Commentary: Cameron Norrie becomes first Brit to win men's singles at Indian Wells
Cameron Norrie became the first Brit to win a men's singles at Indian Wells with a 3-6, 6-4, 6-1 victory over Nikoloz Basilashvili.
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Paula Badosa triumphs in battle royal with Victoria Azarenka for Indian Wells title
In a match that took more than three hours to complete, Paula Badosa defeated Victoria Azarenka for the women's singles title at the BNP Paribas Open.
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Kidnapping of American missionaries in Haiti highlights the perils of religious workers abroad
From the Philippines to El Salvador, there is a long history of American missionaries facing violence while trying to spread their religions abroad.
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What we learned from Rams' 38-11 win over Giants: Taylor Rapp can catch
What we learned from Rams' 38-11 win at the Giants: Safety Taylor Rapp intercepts two passes, saying when opportunity knocks you need to hold on to the ball.
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What we learned from Chargers' 34-6 road loss to Ravens: Risks don't always pay
Takeaways from the Chargers game vs. Ravens. The Chargers had been very successful on fourth-down attempts, until this trip to Baltimore to play the Ravens.
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LeBron James and Russell Westbrook willing to share on-court director duties
Russell Westbrook and LeBron James are used to running things how they see fit on the court, but they're sharing those responsibilities on the Lakers.
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Bowen Yang's 'proud gay Oompa Loompa' pokes fun at Timothée Chalamet's 'Twink Wonka'
This week's 'Saturday Night Live' saw Bowen Yang appear on 'Weekend Update' as a 'proud, gay Oompa Loompa' to comment on Timothée Chalamet's 'Wonka.'
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