Beyoncé garnered nine Grammy nominations to lead all artists. Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa and Roddy Ricch each received six. The Weeknd was conspicuously shut out.
Karen and Tai Carter teach kindergarten at a Highland Park school. These days they teach together from home.
The U.S. government has agreed temporarily not to deport detained immigrant women who have alleged being abused by a rural Georgia gynecologist.
Opposition in white, Latino and Asian communities and tepid support among younger Black Californians defeated a ballot measure to restore affirmative action.
Retail watchers say that despite a challenging year, there are signs that pent-up demand and ‘guilt gifting’ will boost sales during the all-important end-of-year period.
Inmates, including some on death row, are receiving unemployment benefits in what D.A.s call ‘the most significant fraud on taxpayer funds in California history.’
A group representing restaurants asked a judge not to impose ban on outdoor dining, arguing restaurants know how to operate safely amid the coronavirus.
Here’s a summary of tips on how to have a safer Thanksgiving during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Declaring ‘America is back,’ President-elect Joe Biden introduced selections for his national security team Tuesday.
Forecasters say Santa Ana winds could blow from Santa Barbara to Orange counties starting Thursday.
Jared Goff passes for 376 yards and rookie safety Jordan Fuller has two interceptions, including one late, to help the Rams prevail 27-24 at Tampa Bay.
A Beverly Hills woman used Instacart to buy frozen pizza from Ralphs. What arrived had expired in 2017 and smelled “like when you go to the bathroom,” she said.
If the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag knew that their historic feast meant more of them might die, they would have had the sense to cancel the multihousehold meal gathering — which is what we should do in honor of them and the holiday they founded.
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This Thanksgiving, eat dessert first. Cooking columnist Ben Mims’ Pumpkin Nemesis eschews mediocre crust to highlight smooth and creamy pumpkin custard, while his Apple Fritter Cake With Butterscotch Glaze has all the flavors of apple pie with less stress. Or try his new take on a classic: Malted Milk Pecan Pie.
Joon S. Hwang, the general manager of Quarters Korean BBQ in Koreatown, doesn’t know what is in store for the restaurant as new coronavirus restrictions take effect amid a surge in cases in November.
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Beyoncé leads the field with nine nominations, while a pair of rock and country categories are completely dominated by women.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, new technologies are being developed to meet the needs of producers having to navigate stringent safety protocols for filming.
Charli D’Amelio has set a record on TikTok with her massive follower count, despite a recent setback involving her family’s embarrassing dinner party.
Davis stars as blues legend Ma Rainey opposite Chadwick Boseman in the Netflix adaptation of August Wilson’s celebrated play.
Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan on his band’s new album “Cyr” and how he constantly strives to upend expectations.
USC enters its basketball season opener against Cal Baptist with one of its most promising rosters since Andy Enfield took over eight years ago.
The Dodgers should have the payroll wiggle room to add players this offseason and not surpass the competitive balance tax threshold.
The Alexandria, Va., school board voted Monday to change the name of T.C. Williams High, the school featured in the movie ‘Remember the Titans.’
The Raiders are off to a competitive 6-4 start after splitting games against the Super Bowl champion Chiefs. Who has led the way for Las Vegas?
Top Orthodox Church leaders in the Balkans downplayed the coronavirus, citing God’s protection. Now some have died, alarming even the most devout.
The first COVID-19 vaccines are expected to arrive in just a few weeks, but it could take well into 2021 before things get back to normal in the U.S.
Nearly 40,000 people have fled Ethiopia’s military offensive in the country’s Tigray region, where local officials defy the central government.
Veteran journalist Carl Bernstein posted on Twitter to ‘out’ 21 Republican senators who he says have privately expressed contempt for President Trump.
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