During his first days in office, Biden will send a bill to Congress that would reportedly provide a shorter pathway to citizenship for people with Temporary Protected Status as well as for DACA recipients.
Transfer of power
With President Trump isolated in the White House since the Capitol riot, Vice President Mike Pence increasingly fills the void in their waning days in office.
Michigan, Virginia, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Washington are among the states that have activated their National Guards to strengthen security.
Prosecutors allege rioters planned to “capture and assassinate” lawmakers in Jan. 6 insurrection at U.S. Capitol.
Why so many military veterans and former and current police officers support — and take part in — far-right groups and protests, including the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
If Senate Democrats want to have any serious hope of convicting Trump, their best strategy is to slow the process down.
State and local officials are voicing cautious optimism that the unrestrained, exponential daily worsening of the pandemic has slowed.
Vaccine supply problems could add to a chaotic vaccine rollout, just as the state seems to be gaining ground
Health officials set aside carefully considered plans for rolling out COVID-19 vaccines and made the shots widely available. That may hasten the pandemic’s end.
L.A. County races to vaccinate as many people as possible against the coronavirus before a strain thought to be even more contagious takes hold.
Araceli Gonzalez-Burkle, a former politician, lost her good job in May. In December, she got COVID-19. Often, she doesn’t have enough money for laundry. She wants our government to focus on the suffering out there.
Jeff Brain helped lead the 2002 San Fernando Valley secession movement. Now he’s built CloutHub, a refuge for Trump supporters alienated by Twitter.
Chewing qat, a green narcotic leaf, is so widespread and ritualistic that even the fighting in Yemen’s civil war can fall silent in the afternoons.
A retired judge appointed to hold a public examination of Andres Guardado’s death said Friday that she had concluded the inquest without hearing testimony from the deputy who fired the fatal shots or the detectives who are investigating the case, all of whom invoked their 5th Amendment rights.
For Disney, ending the annual pass program might be “a blessing in disguise,” a theme park expert says: Now the company can revamp the program to boost profits.
I’m not sure anything in my career can top this — one of the classical world’s brightest stars seated at a piano and singing a 1969 rock ‘n’ roll hit to me on a Zoom call.
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The Gig Economy
Proposition 22, the state’s voter-approved law allowing gig companies to keep treating their workers as independent contractors, is facing its first legal challenge after a lawsuit filed by a labor group. The proposition recently got a boost from a federal labor rule. Workers for apps such as Instacart and Grubhub have faced challenges that have affected their incomes.
Albertsons takes the lead in showing how Proposition 22 is eliminating good jobs.
Joe Biden ran for president vowing to save America’s soul, but the nation he’ll lead seems more lost than ever.
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She was a night owl who sent text messages filled with emojis. She was my pen pal, my friend. Here is what she said the last time we talked.
Writer Kemp Powers and star Leslie Odom Jr. explain the decision to turn a lost Sam Cooke performance into one of the film’s most resonant, hopeful moments.
Jeff Bridges says his tumor has “drastically shrunk.” But the news came the day of the Capitol riot. “To see our country attacking itself broke my heart.”
Breaking down the on-field matchups between the Rams and Green Bay Packers heading into Saturday’s divisional-round playoff game.
Maybelle Blair, who played in the All American Girls Professional Baseball League, is raising money for a women’s baseball center. She turns 94 on Jan. 16.
Brandon Ingram showed he’s improved since being part of the Anthony Davis trade, but he couldn’t stop the Lakers from beating the Pelicans 112-95.
Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager reach agreements with the Dodgers to avoid arbitration, but Walker Buehler doesn’t settle on contract.
Jeremy Ridgeway, a former Blackwater guard, pleaded guilty to the massacre in 2007 in Nissor Square in Baghdad. He testified against the other guards. He accepted responsibility. But he didn’t get a pardon.
The U.S. Department of Justice said Mexico violated a treaty by releasing evidence the U.S. collected in a drug case against a former Mexican defense minister.
The Trump administration early Saturday carried out its 13th federal execution since July, just before the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
Damaged roads, power blackouts and lack of heavy equipment are hampering Indonesia’s rescuers after a magnitude 6.2 earthquake left at least 46 dead.
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