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Chargers, Raiders meet with L.A. officials

The Chargers aren’t talking to San Diego, and the Raiders don’t currently have much to say to Oakland. But both teams are talking a blue streak to Los Angeles. Via Sam Farmer of the L.A. Times, Chargers owner Dean Spanos and Raiders owner Mark Davis spent Tuesday in L.A. for meetings with multiple political figures who…

Lester Holt Era Off to a Good Start for ‘NBC Nightly News’

With Lester Holt officially installed as the permanent host of “NBC Nightly News,” the new era for the company’s flagship news program launched on a winning note. The Los Angeles Times reports that the NBC broadcast won the week of....

Gov. Jerry Brown Signs Tough New Vaccination Law

Image via Shutterstock The Los Angeles Times reports that California Governor Jerry Brown has signed one of the nation's toughest vaccination bills, mandating that children who attend public schools must be vaccinated against common diseases and that no non-medical exemptions will be allowed. "The science is clear that vaccines dramatically protect...

Not Just Comic Genius: Noah Baron and Ross Willett, the Comedy Duo Taking Over the Internet

Modern comedy is a tough business, especially in Los Angeles. This is a city where people take themselves very seriously. Almost too seriously. Often times, people do not seem to realise, or even see the beauty and hilarity of living...Show More Summary

Lakers' Next Step in Rebuild May Be Leading Them on Path to LaMarcus Aldridge

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — You lower your standards in so many ways when things get rough. You don't even realize the slippage most of the time. We've heard all about how the Los Angeles Lakers pride themselves on their rich history and their all-about-championships attitude. Show More Summary

Water and Power: Fight for your right

Your guide to the California drought from the Los Angeles Times. Some winemakers in Napa Valley are rejoicing over the dry conditions. When there's less rainfall, vines are forced to find their own water. That ultimately creates a more flavorful wine, which means 2015 could become a sought-after...

Today: Death Row and Dissent. A Caribbean Greece?

16 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

I'm Davan Maharaj, editor of the Los Angeles Times. A Supreme Court ruling on executions has more implications than expected. Debt-laden Puerto Rico could unsettle the U.S. municipal bond market. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. Sign up to get the day's big stories delivered...

LA Lakers Rumors: LaMarcus Aldridge Wants To Join Lakers, Meeting Set

LA Lakers rumors link the team to LaMarcus Aldridge. News that Aldridge is leaning toward signing with the Lakers has taken social media by storm. A report from Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times confirms that the team might have a shot at the best power forward available in free agency. Show More Summary

LaMarcus Aldridge 'leaning' towards joining Lakers, per report

Despite a bad couple of seasons, the Lakers remain a free agency destination. LaMarcus Aldridge is leaning towards joining the Lakers next season, reports the Los Angeles Times' Ben Bolch. Aldridge is one of the most sought after free agents this year and has reportedly told Trail Blazer officials he's not returning to Portland. Show More Summary

At least two black churches in South damaged in arson fires, investigators say

Arsonists are suspected of attacking at least two black churches across the South last week, but no arrests have been made or suspects identified, officials told the Los Angeles Times on Monday.

Bugged by a buckled L.A. sidewalk? Submit your photos to The Times

Los Angeles plans to spend nearly $1.4 billion over the next 30 years to repair its immense network of more than 10,000 miles of sidewalks. However, city officials do not know how many miles need repair, where all the damage is located and which spots should be fixed first, a Times report found.

Ranking Los Angeles Angels' Best All-Star Game Candidates

The 2015 MLB All-Star Game is taking place July 14 in Cincinnati. Fan voting for the starting lineups wraps up this week. There is still some time to get votes submitted for your favorite Los Angeles Angels players. However, only a few...Show More Summary

Our Top 10 recipes: Here's what you were cooking in June

You loyal Los Angeles Times readers are an eclectic bunch, it must be said. What have you been cooking in June? Everything from rigatoni with mushrooms and pancetta to dog biscuits.

NBC is ending its business relationship with Donald Trump

Donald Trump is getting dumped by NBC. According to Los Angeles Times reporter Meredith Blake, NBC is severing ties with Trump due to his inflammatory statements about Mexican immigrants. "Due to recent derogatory statements by Donald Trump regarding immigrants, NBCUniversal is ending its relationship with Mr. Show More Summary

The BET Awards: A Much Needed Break From All the Drama

Last night’s 15 th annual BET Awards, held in the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, gave black folks just what they wanted and needed: Each other and a good time..

Style at the 2015 BET Awards: Bryshere Y. Gray, Kendrick Lamar + More

Coming together for the 2015 BET Awards in Los Angeles, California, musicians, actors and athletes brought their style A game to the red carpet. With no time to bore, everyone was dressed to impress. From Empire star Bryshere Y. Gray...Show More Summary

DJ Prostyle – “Angel” (Feat. Jeremih & Nicki Minaj)

Jeremih and Nicki Minaj are two huge stars who are plenty capable of making great music on their own but who are also fully willing to jump on cheesed-out EDM bangers. The last time those two worked together, it was on Nicki’s The Pinkprint album. And now, they’ve teamed up with New York’s DJ Prostyle […]

IT’S BAD ON MULTIPLE LEVELS: My Los Angeles Times oped today with David Rivkin, “The Supreme Court…

IT’S BAD ON MULTIPLE LEVELS: My Los Angeles Times oped today with David Rivkin, “The Supreme Court’s Bad Call on the Affordable Care Act.” When judges take it upon themselves to “fix” a law — or to bless an executive “fix” — they diminish political accountability by encouraging Congress to be sloppy. And they bypass the political […]

Why an Angel Di Maria-Bastian Schweinsteiger Swap Deal Would Be Win-Win for All

Sometimes in football it takes a bold decision to turn a team around and move them on to the next level. A leap of faith in to the unknown may be a dangerous plan, but it can also play out well if done at the right time. Such a situation...Show More Summary

Today: A Greek Tragedy. SpaceX Takes a Hit.

I'm Davan Maharaj, editor of the Los Angeles Times. A modern Greek tragedy is shaking Europe to its core; and SpaceX takes a hit in the race for space business. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. Sign up to get the day's big stories delivered to your inbox.   TOP STORIES...

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