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Supreme Court again confronts case pitting free speech against LGBTQ rights

The court is hearing oral arguments in the case from Lorie Smith five years after hearing the case brought by Jack Phillips, a Colorado baker who refused to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding.

Iran shutting down morality police after 2 months of protests, official says

Women-led protests have swept Iran since 22-year-old Mahsa Amini died three days after her arrest by the morality police in Tehran.

Keke Palmer announces pregnancy in "Saturday Night Live" monologue

The actress, 29, showed off her baby bump during her "SNL" debut.

Pac-12 champion Utah to face Penn State in 109th Rose Bowl

Top college teams will continue to meet for playoff games in the Rose Bowl for New Year's at least through 2026 under a new deal secured by the Tournament of Roses.

St. Edward's Crown moved from Tower of London for King Charles' coronation

King Charles' coronation is scheduled to take place on May 6, 2023.

Full interview: Secretary of State Antony Blinken on "Face the Nation with Margaret Brennan"

Watch the full version of an interview with Secretary of State Antony Blinken that aired on Dec. 4, 2022, on "Face the Nation with Margaret Brennan."

'You know who you are': Family of woman killed in Watts hit-and-run wants driver to come forward

The family of an 89-year-old woman who was killed during a hit-and-run crash in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Watts is calling for justice as a search for the driver is underway.

Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Water Damage and Roof Leaks?

Among other types of damages, does homeowners insurance cover water damage and roof leaks? We've got you covered with the answer.

Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan sees mild recession in 2023

Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan says he expects a "shallow recession" over the next year.

Child and woman found dead after plane wreckage discovered in Gulf of Mexico

The wreckage of a rented single-engine Piper Cherokee was found about one-third of a mile west offshore from the Venice Municipal Airport.

Griffith Park Pony Rides to shut down

The attraction has been popular with families but has also been the subject of criticism from animal-rights activists.

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Rams place Matthew Stafford on injured reserve; QB ruled out for home game against Seahawks

Curt Sandoval talks to Rams quarterback coach Zac Robinson about the backup quarterbacks, with Matthew Stafford coming out of concussion protocol.

Robert Luna sworn in as new LA County sheriff

The former Long Beach police chief's victory in the Nov. 8 election marked only the second time in roughly a century that an incumbent lost a re-election bid.

Gorongosa | 60 Minutes Archive

From 2008, Scott Pelley's profile of American entrepreneur Greg Carr, who is using his great wealth to try to help some of the poorest people in Africa by attracting more tourists to their neighborhoo

Live results, scores and updates for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022

Less than 24 hours from kickoff, the drama surrounding the United States men's national team's match against Iran on Tuesday has reached fever pitch.

Election 2022: In Georgia, how sports explain a political battleground

The reception area of a metro Atlanta office suite is a veritable museum of Herschel Walker's football success for the University of Georgia Bulldogs and the NFL.

Smithsonian exhibit explores how entertainment shaped America

"Entertainment Nation/Nación del espectáculo," a new exhibition at the National Museum of American History, features artifacts from 150 years of music, sports and moving images, from "Star Wars" and

The 'Goonies' house for sale: Fan buying famed Victorian home promises to preserve landmark

The likely new owner is a fan of the classic coming-of-age movie about friendships and treasure hunting, and he promises to preserve and protect the landmark.

Trump rebuked after calling for 'termination' of parts of Constitution over election

Former President Donald Trump faced rebuke from officials in both parties after calling for the "termination" of parts of the Constitution.

Mass power outage in North Carolina caused by intentional impact, energy company says

Officials estimate that the blackout left at least 40,000 people in the state's Moore County without electricity, which has yet to be restored.

LAPD arrests 18 suspected in organized retail-store thefts valued at $23,000

Police arrested 18 suspects in connection with four organized retail clothing thefts valued at about $23,000, authorities said.

Fiery Crash in Hawthorne Kills One, Injures Two

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Karen Bass Opens Online Portal for Jobs in Her Administration

<p>Representative Karen Bass, a Democrat from California and chair of the Democratic Black Caucus, speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesda

CicLAvia Returns to South Los Angeles on Sunday

<p>Pasadena, CA, USA – MAY 31, 2015: CicLAvia Pasadena, the largest car-free open-streets event in America as participants travel through streets using foot, pedal and non-mot

Robert Luna Takes Oath as Next LA County Sheriff

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12 Must-Haves for the Perfect Winter Wardrobe

We Los Angeleans take our frosty winters of 70 degrees very seriously. It’s our one chance out of the year to indulge in fashion that isn’t cropped tops and yoga pants. Just because winter in LA


It’s that time of year again!!! But also…HOW!? Seriously, where did 2022 go? Between amazing travels and the launch of Best Coast Beverages, I literally feel like I blinked and it was December. T

2022 Holiday Gift Guide: 5 Last Minute Gifts for Anyone You Forgot

Between your mom, your work bestie, and your in-laws, it’s hard not to let anyone slip through the cracks when it comes to gift-giving. With the holidays being right around the corner, there’s no

5 Holiday Cocktail (or Mocktail) Recipes to Make This Season

We scoured the internet and did our research to find the absolute best Mocktails and Cocktails to try this holiday season. All of these delicious, festive drinks will have you, your family, and

7 Best Spots to Get Hot Chocolate in LA

Breezy Santa Ana winds have finally made their way back to LA, meaning only one thing; hot chocolate season, baby! Take a break from the holiday shopping grind and get bundled up with a rich, creamy

12 Things to Do in LA this December

Our favorite time of the year is finally here! It’s time for Christmas music, decorations, holiday festivities, and shopping; the list can go on and on! Our favorite part of the holiday season is s

5 Ways to Give Back in LA this Holiday Season

Did you know Tuesday, November 29th, is Giving Tuesday? This special holiday always falls on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving Day, and is a global generosity movement where everyone can take a stand to

The Ultimate Holiday Spotify Playlist for 2022

It’s finally the season of hot cocoa, Christmas trees, and our favorite part, the holly jolly music. Holiday tunes have always been the special thing that sets up warm moods and brings everyone tog

Where To Volunteer in Los Angeles

Holidays can bring the spirit of giving into our lives and because Los Angeles is one giant city. There’s a lot you can do to give back to your community! LA has a large homeless community which ma

The LA Girls Guide to Black Friday & Cyber Monday Sales

It’s that special time of year again! We marked our calendars and prepared our top rankings for the best Black Friday deals. The LA Girl loves shopping, and if you do too, keep reading to see some

Where to Go Ice Skating in LA this Holiday Season

Looking for fun festivities to do during the holiday season? We love going out and doing winter-themed activities, especially Ice Skating! Whether you’re a pro or an amateur (like ourselves), every

Where to Spend Thanksgiving in LA

Thanksgiving in LA means having the option to celebrate the foodiest of holidays at some of the best restaurants in the country! That said, if you prefer to eat at home, several hotspots are taking pr


    Nothing “sparks joy” in my life quite like dining at a – really f*cking awesome and downright delicious – *new* restaurant in LA. And then sharing the bounties of my discoveries with my


The time had come to finally take Wine Country Caroline out of California to discover some new wine-filled frontiers. My latest adventure landed me in the Willamette Valley in Oregon, the Eola Amity H


  This post has been a long time coming. After countless trips and years of “experience”, it’s finally time to take a deep dive into a subject I have become almost fluent in, and that is PALM S


It’s (probably, definitely) no secret that I love wine. If there’s one thing me and Rhianna have in common, it’s that wine glasses *filled with wine* are our favorite accessory. Call me a fan, c

The Best Coffee Shops in LA

I’ll just say it…I freaking love coffee. From iced lattes to classic cappuccinos, I can’t get enough. However, I also love the ambiance and environment that local coffee shops provide. Whether y

What Is Clutter? Difference Between Hoarding & Clutter

When does a mess become anything beyond just a mess? You could be concerned that your paper-strewn workstation and clothes-strewn rooms indicate that you’re a hoarder destined for a reality televis

Preventing The Risk of Water Damage With Pets

Pets are a welcome addition to homes. They provide support and companionship and are a great source of entertainment for owners. However, even the most well-behaved poets can cause problems. Pets tha


I may be biased but no one does brunch quite like Los Angeles. You can have mimosas and pancakes anywhere, but in LA, I swear everything just tastes better. I dont know if it’s the year-round sunshi

How to Prevent Crawl Space From Accumulating Ice – Avoiding Water Damage

You may be neglecting it right now, but you must make sure to give it some extra attention to your crawl space during winters and throughout. Admittedly, this is among the most vulnerable areas of th

Staying Safe This Holiday Season – Home Restoration Services Near You

At 911 Restoration, we believe our job is to educate homeowners regarding the importance of proper home maintenance, especially during the holiday season. The last thing you want is a flooded basemen

Equipment & Safety Precautions Used in Smoke Restoration

Smoke damage is extremely dangerous because if the smoke after a fire is inhaled, an array of health concerns are caused, including severe heart and lung conditions. Home restoration companies don’

Equipment & Safety Precautions Used in Fire Restoration

As statistics have shown time and again, fire damage to homes and offices is more common than think. During a fire, all kinds of toxic chemicals and poisonous gases are released into the ambient air.

Storm Damage Restoration Services For Hurricane Ida

There’s no doubt Hurricane Ida made its mark as one of the deadliest and most destructive Category 4 storms in history on August 29, 2021. With 150 mph catastrophic winds and relentless rain, it’

Your HVAC System May Be the Cause for Mold in Your Home – Here’s Why

Temperatures have been difficult to deal with this year, and HVAC systems were nothing short of a blessing. However, despite all the benefits, HVACs can also become a major source of molding in the h

How Commercial Restoration Works – Inventory Restoration

A fire or flood in a commercial property can be devastating for owners in terms of business disruptions and damage to inventory and personal possessions. In the aftermath of the disaster, most owners

How Commercial Restoration Works – Machinery Restoration

Every business owner is ready to take some level of risk when they start a business, but unprecedented damages can be distressing. In our experience of commercial restoration, we have dealt with a va


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