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Elliott: U.S. women's gymnastics shows it isn't invincible during qualifying
A U.S. women's gymnastics squad that was considered head and shoulders above their rivals didn't perform that way during Tokyo Olympics qualifying.
L.A. County sees over 2,000 new coronavirus cases daily due to Delta variant
As the highly contagious Delta variant continues to spread mostly among the unvaccinated, COVID hospitalizations in L.A. County are on the increase.
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With Olympic seats empty, the hottest ticket in Tokyo is not the Summer Games but pro wrestling
While the world's biggest sporting event is being carried out before empty seats, elsewhere in Tokyo, enthusiastic fans are enjoying live sporting events.
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'The Jungle Cruise' premiere aims for the 'joy and nostalgia' of Disneyland
Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson celebrated Disneyland as much as their new film based on the Jungle Cruise ride at the premiere.
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How 'Space Jam: A New Legacy' lives up to its name with an inclusive cast of star athletes
In 'Space Jam: A New Legacy,' more inclusive villains are just one way the sequel has been updated for the modern audience.
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Best photos from Day 3 of Tokyo Olympics
Dramatic photos from Day 3 of the Tokyo Olympics, including scenes of Simone Biles and the USA men's basketball team.
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After 13 years, Cat Osterman and Monica Abbott yearn for a golden chance at revenge
Monday's game against Japan gives Cat Osterman and Monica Abbott another chance to push the U.S. softball team closer to a long-awaited gold medal.
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U.S. men's basketball falls to France for first Olympics loss since 2004
The U.S. men's basketball team struggles mightily down the stretch, losing to France 83-76 in its Tokyo Olympics opener on Sunday.
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Mexico's promising Olympics start hits big bump in soccer loss to Japan
Mexico's 2-1 loss to Japan in soccer at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday doesn't derail chances for gold, but missed opportunities could be a big concern.
Hernández: Rikako Ikee is the Olympics comeback story that deserves a standing ovation
It's unfortunate that Japanese swimmer Rikako Ikee's return to the Olympics after a grueling battle with leukemia won't be cheered on by fans.
Developers of Blossom Market Hall are hoping for another Grand Central Market
A Masonic lodge in San Gabriel's historic Mission District soon will reopen as a food hall.
A Caltech scientist has apologized for damaging a sacred site. Is it enough?
As a Caltech professor apologizes for damaging an ancient Native American petroglyph site, a movement grows against scientific intrusion.
What's on TV This Week: 'Good Witch,' 'Jungle Cruise,' the Olympics and more
TV highlights for July 25-31 include the Tokyo Olympics, the "Jungle Cruise" movie with Dwayne Johnson and the series finale of "Good Witch"
How Tokyo Olympic athletes deal with the loud sounds of silence
Unable to draw energy from crowds because of COVID-19 restrictions, athletes at the Tokyo Olympics try to overcome the 'uncomfortable' situation.
Austin Beutner's tenure as L.A. schools chief marked more by crisis than academic gains
First a teachers strike, then the pandemic. Beutner led the district through history-making emergencies that commandeered his three years at the helm.
At 101, judo coaching great Yosh Uchida still isn't done helping Olympians
Judo coach Yosh Uchida continues to affect the lives of Olympians at 101. One of his pupils, Colton Brown, is competing at the Tokyo Olympics.
Telehealth leapt forward with COVID-19. Who was left behind?
The rise of telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic raised concerns about perpetuating unequal access to care, partly due to the 'digital divide.'
2021 hindsight: Inside the Trevor Bauer disaster and how the Dodgers got here
Upon signing Trevor Bauer, the Dodgers cited a thorough vetting process; now Bauer's career as a Dodger is in limbo. How a $102-million risk went wrong.
Letters to Sports: Roberts, Bellinger and Jansen, the Dodgers' definition of insanity
L.A. Times sports readers weigh in on the troubling turn of events with Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen, the Olympics and Vin Scully's interview.
Naomi Osaka wins first-round match at Olympics, then breaks her silence with media
Naomi Osaka, playing for the first time since withdrawing from the French Open, speaks to the media after winning her first-round match.
Tokyo Olympic surfers feeling swell as tropical storm approaches Japan
With Tropical Storm Nepartak bearing down on Japan, Tokyo Olympic surfers are looking forward to bigger and better waves in the days ahead.
Column: Sheriff Villanueva is angry — at elected officials, at The Times, at lawlessness
In a sit-down interview, the sheriff unloaded on, well, just about everyone — but mostly this newspaper.
Second Opinion: How California can lead the way on climate-protecting technologies
Although climate change is a global problem, the technological revolutions needed to stop warming will start locally and, with the right incentives, spread globally.
Why Border Patrol is doing more to rescue and identify missing migrants
The agency's approach to missing migrants has evolved amid an increase in migration and deaths.
Letters to the Editor: Biden isn't trolling the right, he's trying to saving lives
Joe Biden is calling out Facebook because that is precisely where users are spreading vaccine misinformation, not because he's picking a political fight.
Editorial: L.A. shouldn't remove portable toilets from homeless encampments
Hand-washing toilets and mobile bathrooms are essential for the unhoused. The city should not withdraw them.
Voices from the homeless community along Venice Boulevard
Three men recount their family ties, their romances, how they came to live on the street and how they make ends meet.
Letters to the Editor: In defense of Jeff Bezos spending his billions on spaceflight
Spaceflight is an engineering problem that can be solved by throwing money at it; you can't say the same for poverty or climate change.
Editorial: We need a COVID postmortem so we do better with the next plague
The U.S. needs a clear-eyed examination of the ways the pandemic response was bungled. California, which had its own missteps, should do the same.
Mar-a-Lago primary: Trump wields power with endorsements, but some in GOP fear midterm damage
Ex-President Trump rewards allies and punishes enemies with endorsements. He meets this week with Wyoming Republicans running against Rep. Liz Cheney.