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Leah Remini Slips Into Scientologist Danny Masterson’s Retrial Hearing

The "That 70s Show" actor, charged in connection with the rape of three women in his Hollywood Hills home, wants statements from his new accusers tossed

Taylor Swift Army Faces Ticketmaster in Court Over Presale Fiasco

A 26-Swiftie-strong group is suing the ticket-selling behemoth alleging fraud, price-fixing, and antitrust violations

Jonathan Majors Dropped From U.S. Army Ads Following Arrest

After the "Creed III" actor was booked for alleged strangulation and assault, his voice was removed from the advertising

All the Takeaways and Lessons Learned From the L.A. School Strike

Cityside Column: The union won, some politicians looked like opportunists, and LAUSD students were the biggest losers

Echo Park Lake Fence, Flashpoint for L.A.’s Homelessness Crisis, Begins to Fall

Workers have begun to take down the controversial fence that was initially built to prevent homeless encampments

Attorney Mark Geragos Sues L.A. Times For Libel Over Armenian Genocide Settlement Reports

The defense attorney has filed a complaint over stories he says included false statements about his role in the disbursement of funds to victims’ families

Daily Brief: The United States vs. Mark Ridley-Thomas; LAUSD Service Workers Reach Tentative Deal

Also, Mike Cronin, the UCLA men’s basketball coach, exceeded all expectations since he came to L.A., even after losing to Gonzaga on Thursday

After 3-Day Strike, LAUSD Service Workers Reach Tentative Contract Deal

The workers' demand for a 30 percent pay increase seems to have been met, along with bonus payments, retroactive pay and full health benefits

The Kawaller Report: “The Young and the Restless” Edition

The daytime drama is celebrating 50 years on the air, so we sent our correspondent to celebrate with stars past and present

Erick Medel Weaves Immigrant Labor Into Vivid Art

The 31-year-old’s first solo show, ”Mariachi,” debuts at South Los Angeles gallery Rusha & Co. on March 24