Jan. 21, 2021


There was never a doubt President Biden would call for unity at his swearing-in, but in his inaugural address, he coupled it with something sterner.


Coding errors and data lags have hampered the state’s efforts to accurately count and publicly report how many doses are administered each day.

Monoclonal antibody treatment is now available to COVID-19 patients, but only about 30% of the delivered doses have been administered.

Review of allergic reactions linked to a specific lot of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine found “no scientific basis” for withholding it

A group of Bay Area wineries and restaurants are seeking to overturn a state ban on in-person dining — and drinking — as a coronavirus-control measure.

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Southern Californians arrested in the assault on U.S. Capitol include a doctor, salon owner, and actor/model.

Grove, who once described herself as a “gun-carrying, tongue-talking, spirit-filled believer,” will be succeeded as Senate Republican leader by Scott Wilk of Santa Clarita.

The story of disgraced former Mets GM Jared Porter shows there’s no cure for stupidity, but there are ways to change the culture that has allowed it to exist.


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Shine On Collective pivoted from immersive theater to puzzle-box experiences during the pandemic. It’s one example of how gaming is a growing aspect of new theater works.

“Let Me Tell You What I Mean,” a new collection of old essays, many from the ‘60s, offer a chance to reassess the writer’s politics and privilege.

Takeaways from the Clippers’ 115-96 win over the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday at Staples Center.

Catcher Jesus Galiz, 17, signed with the Dodgers three months after the Yankees reneged on a verbal agreement and his father, Edgar, died of COVID-19.

The Lakers will begin their longest road trip of the season when they take on the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday.


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