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  1. A Young Fan’s Selfie Captured Kobe Bryant a Day Before Fatal Crash U.S., Yesterday

    Coaches and players say Mr. Bryant, who had partnered with a sports academy, nurtured many young talents while leading his daughter Gianna’s team.

  2. A Young Fan’s Selfie Captured Kobe Bryant a Day Before Fatal Crash U.S., Yesterday

    Coaches and players say Mr. Bryant, who had partnered with a sports academy, nurtured many young talents while leading his daughter Gianna’s team.

  3. The Flawed Humanity of Silicon Valley Opinion, Yesterday

    Behind the scenes of the surveillance economy.

  4. Weaponizing Truth Against Opioids Opinion, Yesterday

    A decades-old campaign that knew how to talk to teenagers persuaded millions of them to never start smoking. Can it now persuade them never to misuse opioids?

  5. Everything You Think You Know About Housing Is Probably Wrong Arts, Yesterday

    In cities, many people think “density” means crowded neighborhoods and greedy developers, but a new show at the Skyscraper Museum tells a different story.

  6. Burbank, Calif.: In the Valley, Over the Hill From Los Angeles Real Estate, Yesterday

    A city with tree-lined streets, movie studios and prices that are rising for single-family houses and holding steady for condos.

  7. A Tour of Burbank, Calif. Slideshow, Yesterday

    A city with tree-lined streets, movie studios and prices that are rising for single-family houses and holding steady for condos.

  8. Young Crash Victims Shared Kobe Bryant’s Passion for Basketball U.S., Yesterday

    Tuesday: More details emerge about the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant. Also: An early encounter with the star.

  9. Trans Athlete Chris Mosier on Qualifying for the Olympic Trials Sports, Yesterday

    Mosier is the first transgender athlete to qualify for and participate in an Olympic trials event in the gender with which he identifies.

  10. Live Updates on Death of Kobe Bryant: Helicopter Didn’t Have ‘Black Box’ U.S., Yesterday

    Investigators, who recovered an iPad, said they would explore all possible causes of the crash, including mechanical failure.

  11. Helicopter Dropped Quickly in Kobe Bryant Crash, Official Says Sports, Yesterday

    Photographs published by investigators showed several heaps of obliterated metal on a hillside near Calabasas, Calif.

  12. A Home You Can Ski Right Into Real Estate, Yesterday

    For a tennis professional and his growing family, building a house near Lake Tahoe, Calif., was about more than just learning a new sport.

  13. Los latinos de Los Ángeles se despiden de su ‘compa’ Kobe Bryant en Español, Yesterday

    El exjugador de los Lakers hablaba español y era un aficionado de la cultura latina. Fue una figura muy querida en la comunidad hispanohablante de la ciudad.

  14. California Father Is Charged With Murdering Five of His Infant Children U.S., January 27

    New DNA technology helped officials crack a case that had stalled for a dozen years.

  15. Flying Into Patchy Fog, Kobe Bryant’s Pilot Had a Decision to Make U.S., January 27

    The weather was good when the helicopter with nine passengers left Orange County. But as they flew north, it quickly grew worse.

  16. Why the W.N.B.A. Loved Kobe Bryant Opinion, January 27

    His skills proved that basketball is a mental game. Plus, he was a fan.

  17. In Los Angeles, Latinos Are Mourning Kobe Bryant as a ‘Compa’ U.S., January 27

    Spanish-speaking Angelenos saw Mr. Bryant, who spoke the language and embraced Latino culture, as one of their own.

  18. What We Know About the Helicopter in Kobe Bryant’s Death U.S., January 27

    The Sikorsky S-76B helicopter, a luxury model widely used for V.I.P. travel, was a favorite of Mr. Bryant, who often commuted by helicopter during his playing career.

  19. The 9 Victims of the Helicopter Crash That Killed Kobe Bryant U.S., January 27

    A college baseball coach. A pilot with years of experience. Young basketball players and their parents. Here is what we know about everyone on board.

  20. Live Updates on Death of Kobe Bryant: Pilot Was Trying to Fly Higher Sports, January 27

    Bryant, 41, was traveling with his 13-year-old daughter to his youth basketball academy when they and seven other people perished in the crash. The helicopter had been given special approval to fly around Burbank in foggy weather.

  21. $900,000 Homes in California Real Estate, January 27

    A 1937 Spanish-style home in Los Angeles, a midcentury ranch in San Diego and a modern house built in 2019 in Santa Rosa.

  22. What You Get for $900,000 in California Slideshow, January 27

    A 1937 Spanish-style home in Los Angeles, a midcentury ranch in San Diego and a modern house built in 2019 in Santa Rosa.

  23. Billie Eilish Didn’t Just Win Five Grammys Fashion, January 27

    She won the red carpet too.

  24. In Impeachment Battle, California Stands on the Front Lines U.S., January 27

    California leaders on both sides are playing an outsized role in Washington’s impeachment drama, reflecting the complex political landscape in the deep blue state.

  25. Will the Largest Quarantine in History Just Make Things Worse? Opinion, January 27

    The dirty history behind isolating the sick.

  26. Kobe Bryant, Transformational Star of the N.B.A., Dies in Helicopter Crash Sports, January 26

    Bryant, 41, who won five titles with the Los Angeles Lakers, was traveling to a basketball game with his 13-year-old daughter when they and seven other people perished in the crash.

  27. Kobe Bryant, Transformational Star of the N.B.A., Dies in Helicopter Crash Sports, January 26

    Bryant, 41, who won five titles with the Los Angeles Lakers, was traveling with his 13-year-old daughter when they and seven other people perished in the crash.

  28. Fans and Friends Mourn Kobe Bryant After Helicopter Crash Video, January 26

    The retired N.B.A. star, 41, was among the passengers in a helicopter that went down in Calabasas, Calif.

  29. These Are the 6 Women Who Are Testifying Against Harvey Weinstein New York, January 26

    Mr. Weinstein is charged with sexually assaulting two women, but four others will also testify about their encounters with him.

  30. As Coronavirus Fears Intensify, Effectiveness of Quarantines Is Questioned World, January 26

    Amid news the coronavirus is spreading at an accelerating rate, concern is growing that China’s lockdown of cities may not only have come too late but could even make the situation worse.

  31. ‘Doorbell Ditch’ Prank Led to Crash That Killed 3 Teens, Officials Say U.S., January 24

    Prosecutors said that a Southern California man intentionally rammed into a car full of teenagers after they tricked him.

  32. Frieda Caplan, Who Enlivened the Produce Aisle, Dies at 96 Food, January 24

    She helped introduce kiwi, jicama and countless other unfamiliar fruits and vegetables to American consumers.

  33. Trump Administration Threatens California Over Abortion Health, January 24

    If the state doesn’t stop requiring private insurers to cover abortions, the administration said it will cut off federal funding for certain health programs.

  34. Native Solutions to Big Fires U.S., January 24

    Cultural burning practices are working to reduce wildfires in northern Australia. Can they work in California, too?

  35. Kamala Harris Is Said to Be Weighing an Endorsement of Joe Biden U.S., January 23

    The move, which would be unlikely to happen until after the Senate impeachment trial, could enhance her chances of becoming vice president but could also anger liberals in California.

  36. Overlooked No More: Judee Sill, Singer Whose Life Was Tragically Cut Short Obituaries, January 23

    The story that runs parallel to Sill’s rising stardom was one of misfortune and adversity that culminated in her death at the age of 35.

  37. PG&E Announces Deal to Exit Bankruptcy, but Governor Balks Business, January 22

    Even before the California utility said it had an accord with bondholders, Gov. Gavin Newsom declared that the plan didn’t meet the public interest.

  38. How to Throw a Dinner Party Like a Gallerist T Magazine, January 22

    To celebrate the latest opening at her namesake gallery, Jessica Silverman hosted an unfussy, flower-filled meal at her San Francisco home.

  39. Where Should a Scorpio Live? Ask an Astrocartographer Style, January 22

    Some believe that knowing your birth chart is the key to finding your happy place.

  40. $1.2 Million Homes in New York, California and Florida Real Estate, January 22

    A Greek Revival-style house in Hudson, a midcentury-modern home in Los Angeles and a cottage in Key West.

  41. What You Get for $1.2 Million Slideshow, January 22

    A Greek Revival-style house in Hudson, N.Y.; a midcentury-modern home in Los Angeles; and a cottage in Key West, Fla.

  42. A Late Push to Find Wildfire Victims Doubles PG&E Claims Business, January 21

    The number of individuals seeking compensation from the utility more than doubled in just over two months.

  43. Poway, Calif.: A Tight Community With San Diego at Its Doorstep Real Estate, January 21

    Residents say they like the country setting and good schools, as well as the access to urban jobs and sandy beaches.

  44. A Tour of Poway, Calif. Slideshow, January 21

    Residents in this San Diego suburb say they like the country setting and good schools, as well as the access to urban jobs and sandy beaches.

  45. 3 Horses Die in 3 Days at Santa Anita, Prompting Fresh Criticism of Racetrack Sports, January 20

    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has called on California racing officials to suspend racing at the track.

  46. Man Slams Into Car Carrying 6 Teenagers, Killing 3, Officials Say U.S., January 20

    The California Highway Patrol said witnesses followed the suspect to a home and alerted the authorities.

  47. I Quit Cars Style, January 20

    And in Los Angeles! Lauren Ferree, 27, does not miss the traffic — or destroying the environment.

  48. Conservative States Seek Billions to Brace for Disaster. (Just Don’t Call It Climate Change.) Climate, January 20

    A Trump administration program to help states prepare for natural disasters has become a window into the tortured political language of talking about climate change.

  49. $2.9 Million Homes in California Real Estate, January 20

    An Arts and Crafts bungalow in Burlingame, a midcentury-modern home in Ojai and a Richard Neutra house in Encino with breathtaking mountain views.

  50. What You Get for $2.9 Million in California Slideshow, January 20

    An Arts and Crafts bungalow in Burlingame, a midcentury-modern home in Ojai and a Richard Neutra house in Los Angeles.

  51. Two Textbooks, Two Americas U.S., January 18

    Race, gender and immigration are just some of the subjects that play out differently in classroom textbooks across the country.

  52. The Raiders Left Oakland. The 49ers Want to Take It. Sports, January 17

    Winning over another team’s fans can be a delicate exercise, even when you are on the doorstep of the Super Bowl and the other franchise has abandoned the region.

  53. Three U.S. Airports to Check Passengers for a Deadly Chinese Coronavirus Health, January 17

    Passengers from Wuhan, China, will be screened at J.F.K. beginning Friday night, and in San Francisco and Los Angeles starting on Saturday.

  54. Bernie’s Big Bet Podcasts, January 17

    The Sanders campaign sees a clear path to the Democratic nomination — without moderate supporters. Instead, he’s counting on winning over Latino voters across the country.

  55. In Hamlet and in Life, Ruth Negga Does Not Hold Back Theater, January 17

    The Ethiopian-Irish actress returns to a “completely destroying” stage role. Next: a film adaptation of a 1920s novel about passing for white.

  56. Former L.A. County Sheriff Is Ordered to Prison for Obstruction of Justice U.S., January 16

    Lee Baca, 77, was convicted in 2017 of obstructing an F.B.I. investigation into corruption and civil rights abuses at jails under his control.

  57. California Governor Wants Truce With Trump in Homelessness Fight U.S., January 16

    After tense exchanges on the issue, Gov. Gavin Newsom said he had made an overture to the federal government.

  58. Searching for the Distinctive Character of California Syrah Food, January 16

    The grape can be shockingly savory and rustic, or maddeningly generic. The trick is figuring out which sort of wines you like best.

  59. How to Lose a Seat in 10 Years U.S., January 16

    Thursday: California is projected to lose a congressional seat for the first time in history. Here’s what to know.

  60. The T List: What to Wear, See and Know About This Week T Magazine, January 16

    A store designed by the director of ‘Call Me by Your Name’ and more from the editors of T Magazine.

  61. Grief and Fear in Sacramento Over a Death That Set the World on Edge U.S., January 15

    The Sacramento region is home to thousands of Muslim immigrants. The death of one of them in Iraq was the spark that brought the United States and Iran to the edge of war.

  62. Gary Starkweather, Inventor of the Laser Printer, Dies at 81 Technology, January 15

    He originally received pushback from his employer, Xerox. But his invention eventually became nearly ubiquitous in every office and home.

  63. Why Did a Delta Plane Dump Jet Fuel Over Los Angeles Schools? U.S., January 15

    Some residents were outraged after a plane carrying 164 people dumped fuel over several schools as it made an emergency landing.

  64. One Thing We Can Do: Fix Recycling Climate, January 15

    Also this week, the latest global temperature reports.

  65. Judge Orders Michael Avenatti to Be Held Without Bail U.S., January 15

    Mr. Avenatti was arrested in California after prosecutors said he defrauded and concealed money from creditors while on bail for similar charges. He will be transported to New York to stand trail in a separate case.

  66. Homeless Mothers Are Removed From an Oakland House U.S., January 15

    Wednesday: A group called Moms 4 Housing took over a vacant house in Oakland in an effort to draw attention to the housing crisis. Also: The Democratic debate recap.

  67. Seal Beach, Calif.: Small-Town Ambience on the Orange County Coast Real Estate, January 15

    A friendly community avoids the crowds of its better-known neighbors.

  68. A Stroll Through Seal Beach, Calif. Slideshow, January 15

    A friendly community avoids the crowds of some of its neighbors.

  69. Ed Ruscha: He Up and Went Home Arts, January 15

    The artist on the Oklahoma roots of his new show, that $52.5 million painting, and meeting Walt Disney.

  70. Want Your Personal Data? Hand Over More Please Technology, January 15

    A new California privacy law gives consumers the right to see and delete their data. But getting access often requires giving up more personal details.

  71. ‘Very Male, Very White’: Let’s Talk About Those Oscar Nominations Opinion, January 14

    “Did anything go right?”

  72. Delta Airplane Dumps Jet Fuel on Los Angeles Schools U.S., January 14

    Forty-two people had minor injuries, according to the authorities. Delta said the plane had an engine issue and dumped fuel to reduce its landing weight.

  73. Delta Airplane Dumps Jet Fuel on Los Angeles Schools U.S., January 14

    At least 60 people were treated for minor injuries, the authorities said. Delta said the plane had an engine issue and dumped fuel to reduce its landing weight.

  74. Tiny Love Stories: ‘I Taught Her How to Amputate a Leg’ Style, January 14

    Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.

  75. What California’s History Textbooks Tell Us U.S., January 14

    Tuesday: A Times reporter talks about comparing how California and Texas teach teenagers American history. Also: Warming oceans, and the Oscars.

  76. Tech Bro Uniform Meets Margaret Thatcher. Disruption Ensues. Style, January 14

    A new exhibition in San Francisco makes art out of the Patagonia vest, the former prime minister of England and … Salesforce?

  77. Nashville Hot Chicken Finds a New Home in Los Angeles Food, January 13

    Hotville, from the same family that invented the dish, proves that hot chicken is an essential part of the American canon.

  78. Welcome to Hotville Slideshow, January 13

    Los Angeles is rich with hot chicken, a dish born in Nashville.

  79. What Would It Take to End Homelessness? U.S., January 13

    Monday: Margot Kushel, a leading researcher on homelessness, weighs in. Also: What comparing textbooks in California and Texas tells us.

  80. $1.8 Million Homes in California Real Estate, January 13

    A restored 1888 Victorian complex in Redlands, a 1916 clapboard cottage in San Francisco and a midcentury-modern house in Los Angeles.

  81. What You Get for $1.8 Million in California Slideshow, January 13

    A restored 1888 Victorian complex in Redlands, a 1916 clapboard cottage in San Francisco and a midcentury-modern house in Los Angeles.

  82. Los Angeles Rethinks Taxis as Uber and Lyft Dominate the Streets Business, January 12

    The cab business is down 75 percent in less than a decade. The plan is to make taxis a lot more like their app-hailed rivals.

  83. Courtney Everts Mykytyn, Crusader for School Integration, Dies at 46 Education, January 10

    She challenged privileged white parents to send their children to schools with predominantly black and Latino student bodies.

  84. What Should We Cover in 2020? U.S., January 10

    Friday: Tell us what you want to know more about this year. Also: Why Eric Garcetti’s endorsement of Joe Biden matters; and Disney moms.

  85. Hollywood Assistants Are Fed Up and No Longer Afraid to Say So Business, January 10

    Emboldened by #MeToo, entry-level workers in the entertainment industry have banded together for more money and better behavior from their bosses.

  86. Hollywood Assistants Are Fed Up and No Longer Afraid to Say So Business, January 10

    Emboldened by #MeToo, entry-level workers in the entertainment industry have banded together for more money and better behavior from their bosses.

  87. Attacks by Urban Coyotes Are Rare, but Frightening Science, January 9

    Two people were injured in Chicago, a reminder that as more coyotes move to the cities, some conflicts are inevitable.

  88. Australia’s Fires Through a Californian’s Eyes U.S., January 9

    Thursday: The scale is different, but the parallels are undeniable. Also: Gov. Gavin Newsom’s big homelessness plan, and one of “52 Places.”

  89. Confused About Your Voter Registration? Don’t Be U.S., January 8

    Wednesday: Everything you need to know about your presidential primary ballot. Also: A third attempt at a housing bill.

  90. Would You Work for Nothing at Disney? 10,000 Superfans Applied Travel, January 8

    Only 14 were selected to be on the Disney Parks Moms Panel (three are dads), and they will spend the next year helping interested parkgoers plan their Disney vacations.

  91. Los Angeles Officers Suspended After Boy Is Wrongly Labeled a Gang Member U.S., January 8

    A mother’s concerns unleashed an investigation into whether an elite police unit was falsifying records.

  92. Donor to Trump Inauguration Charged With Obstructing Investigation U.S., January 7

    Imaad Zuberi was said by federal prosecutors in New York to have deleted emails and backdated a check to hide the sources of money he donated.

  93. John Baldessari: An Artist in a Class by Himself Arts, January 7

    His visual style derives from a corner of life that we never even knew had a style — that is, the classroom.

  94. New Rules for Californians U.S., January 7

    Tuesday: Count ’em. (Or don’t. There are a lot.) Also: A California Green New Deal, and John Baldessari.

  95. Altadena, Calif.: Open Spaces Above the Sprawl of Los Angeles Real Estate, January 7

    A variety of housing styles and good value for people priced out of metropolitan neighborhoods.

  96. Exploring the Terrain in Altadena, Calif. Slideshow, January 7

    A variety of housing styles in the foothills of the Angeles National Forest.

  97. The Superpowers of Super-Thin Materials Science, January 7

    In materials science, 2-D is the new 3-D.

  98. Ikea Will Pay $46 Million to Parents of Toddler Crushed to Death by a Dresser U.S., January 6

    The 70-pound Malm dresser had been the subject of a safety recall when it tipped over on Jozef Dudek, killing the 2-year-old.

  99. Iranian-Americans in California React to Suleimani’s Death U.S., January 6

    Monday: While many said they didn’t mourn the Iranian commander, they worried about war. Also: The Golden Globes.

  100. $1.4 Million Homes in California Real Estate, January 6

    A Laurel Canyon house once owned by Lionel Barrymore, a Palm Springs home that belonged to Loretta Young and a picturesque cottage in Carmel.

  101. What You Get for $1.4 Million in California Slideshow, January 6

    A Laurel Canyon house once owned by Lionel Barrymore, a Palm Springs home that belonged to Loretta Young and a picturesque cottage in Carmel.

  102. John Baldessari, Who Gave Conceptual Art a Dose of Wit, Is Dead at 88 Arts, January 5

    Through his hybrid works and teaching, he helped build the Los Angeles art scene, mentoring a who’s who of contemporary artists.

  103. Army Officer Says His Mother’s Deportation Is ‘Completely Inhumane’ U.S., January 5

    Second Lt. Gibram Cruz, whose mother had lived in the United States for 31 years, said her removal was mishandled.

  104. Moving Truck With Possessions of 3 Military Families Stolen on Christmas, Police Say U.S., January 4

    Officials said the families were relocating from the East Coast when the truck with their belongings, valued at more than $100,000, was stolen in Stockton, Calif.

  105. Remains Found on California Mountain Belonged to Manzanar Detainee U.S., January 4

    In 1945, Giichi Matsumura left the infamous Japanese-American internment camp to paint in the Sierra Nevada and never returned.

  106. Iranians in Los Angeles Shed Few Tears for Suleimani. But What Comes Next? U.S., January 4

    Amid painful memories, members of the Iranian-American diaspora in Los Angeles are navigating mixed feelings about the Trump administration’s escalation with Iran.

  107. Your Favorite Internet Astrologer Wrote a Book Style, January 4

    Chani Nicholas doesn’t want to tell you who you are, but who you can be.

  108. California Democratic Party Settles Sexual Misconduct Lawsuits U.S., January 3

    The party reached agreements with five people who said its former chairman had sexually assaulted or harassed them.

  109. How California’s New Privacy Law Affects You U.S., January 3

    Friday: Here are your new rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act. Also: A look at the Chase Center, and Golden Globes predictions.

  110. Hype House and the Los Angeles TikTok Mansion Gold Rush Style, January 3

    The city is home to a land rush of “collab houses,” where the content creators are getting younger and younger.

  111. ‘A Different Era’: Anti-Semitic Crimes, and Efforts to Track Them, Climb U.S., January 3

    Attacks have been traditionally underreported, but fighting the scourge in hate crimes begins with better data, experts say.

  112. Every Moment With My Son Is an Act of Creation Opinion, January 1

    Now we have written a book together.

  113. Can You Talk Your Way Out of a Life Sentence? Magazine, January 1

    California is giving a second chance to thousands of inmates who had no hope of parole. But first they have to prove to a panel of a strangers that they’ve truly changed.

  114. Kevin Spacey Accuser’s Estate Drops Sexual Assault Lawsuit U.S., December 31

    A Los Angeles County massage therapist, who died in September, had accused Mr. Spacey of groping him and making improper advances during a 2016 massage.

  115. Robert Durst, Subject of ‘The Jinx,’ Admits Writing Key Note in Murder Case U.S., December 31

    Mr. Durst, who was profiled in the HBO series, had long denied mailing a note alerting the police to a dead body. Last week, his lawyers acknowledged that he did.

  116. ‘Uncanny Valley’ Charts a Tech Pilgrim’s Progress Books, December 31

    In this extraordinary memoir, Anna Wiener writes about joining the start-up industry and her eventual disillusionment with it.

  117. Cole Valley, San Francisco: Where High Prices Meet Low Inventory Real Estate, December 31

    Residents like the neighborhood’s friendly vibe and its proximity to Golden Gate Park and other green spaces.

  118. Seeing the Sights of Cole Valley, San Francisco Slideshow, December 31

    A family-friendly neighborhood surrounded by green spaces.

  119. The Biggest California Stories in 2019 U.S., December 31

    Tuesday: A look back at the year in the Golden State. Also: Uber and Postmates sue over a new law; and a thank you.

  120. Where Does the House End and the Yard Begin? Real Estate, December 31

    In one Los Angeles home, it’s difficult to tell. And that’s the way the owners like it.

  121. California Wanted to Protect Uber Drivers. Now It May Hurt Freelancers. Technology, December 31

    A state law meant to protect workers at companies like Uber and Lyft takes effect on Wednesday. Some say it will limit their prospects.

  122. U.S. Population Makes Fewest Gains in Decades, Census Bureau Says U.S., December 30

    A drop in immigration, fewer births and an aging population contributed to the slowdown in 2019, according to demographers.

  123. Uber and Postmates File Suit to Block California Freelancer Law Technology, December 30

    The ride-hailing company and the delivery start-up are seeking an injunction against the new law, which takes effect Jan. 1.

  124. $400,000 Homes in California Real Estate, December 30

    A 1935 single-story house in Fresno, a 1903 Victorian-style house and a 1993 log home in Fort Jones.

  125. What You Get for $400,000 in California Slideshow, December 30

    A 1935 Tudor cottage in Fresno, a 1903 four-bedroom Victorian in Fortuna and a 1993 log house on more than 45 acres near Fort Jones.

  126. Holy Multiverse! The Year in Tech U.S., December 30

    Monday: Pui-Wing Tam, The Times’s Tech editor, talks about 2019 and what she’ll be tracking in 2020. Also: California’s unhappy boom.