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Is Dianne Feinstein Ready for This Supreme Court Fight?

The 87-year-old is the ranking Dem on the Judiciary Committee. Whispers on the Hill suggest concern about her acuity and vigor.
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Dianne Feinstein Will Step Down from Her Judiciary Committee Leadership Role

The 87-year-old California Democrat says she’ll vacate the influential post
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Meet the Megadonors: These Are the SoCal People Giving the Most to Trump

Joe Biden has brought in far more statewide, but a cadre of 'megadonors' have come out strongly for the president

LAPD Officers Are About to Get a Raise—but How Much Do They Make to Begin With?

As L.A. declares a fiscal emergency and moves to furlough thousands of city workers, a look at the police department's big salary budget
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These Maps Track Every Wildfire Burning Around L.A.

Hot, dry conditions mean a small spark could quickly become a dangerous blaze
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A Top Garcetti Advisor Is On Leave Amid Multiple Sexual Misconduct Accusations

Rick Jacobs has stepped away from his duties at two of Garcetti's nonprofits after several men came forward with reports of unwanted kissing and touching
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Authorities Confirm That Remains Recovered from Lake Piru Are Those of ‘Glee’ Actress Naya Rivera

A text sent from her phone not long before she went missing may have provided an essential clue
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A Local Pilot Examines the Evidence Emerging About Kobe’s Last Flight

Blogger and pilot Scott Lowe walks through the details
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An L.A. Neighborhood Is in Turmoil After Residents Place Boulders in an Underpass to Deter the Unhoused

An unofficial effort to keep tents from popping up under the highway in the Reynier Village neighborhood has caused citywide outcry
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If Ever There Were a City to Finesse a Catastrophe, It’s Los Angeles

A city shaped by fires, floods, droughts, and earthquakes may never be the same after this latest disaster—but it never stays the same for long anyway