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  1. Lady Gaga’s Dogs Are Returned Safely Express, Yesterday

    Thieves in Los Angeles stole the French bulldogs two days earlier, shooting the man who had been walking them on a Hollywood avenue.

  2. The Fight for Franklin Canyon Styles, Yesterday

    Mohamed Hadid (father of Bella and Gigi) has been trying to build an enormous compound on one of the most popular hiking spots in the Los Angeles area. What could possibly go wrong?

  3. Claudette White, Innovative Tribal Judge, Dies at 49 Obits, Yesterday

    Judge White was an advocate for her people, the Quechan of Southern California. She had been calling out injustice since the third grade. She died of Covid-19.

  4. Harry and Meghan Going Public at a Tough Time for the Royals Foreign, Yesterday

    An interview with the prince, a sort of tease before the couple’s interview with Oprah Winfrey next week, came as concerns grow over Prince Philip’s hospital stay.

  5. What’s Up With the Golden Globes This Year? National, Yesterday

    Friday: The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is under fresh scrutiny ahead of its big awards show. Also: Pandemic updates; and messages from Mars.

  6. Away From Silicon Valley, the Military Is the Ideal Customer Business, Yesterday

    While much has been made of tech’s unwillingness to work with the Pentagon, start-ups are still plumbing the industry’s decades-long ties to the military.

  7. California Lost 175,000 ‘Creative Economy’ Jobs, Study Finds Culture, February 25

    “There is no economic recovery in our area unless a working creative engine is driving it,” said Representative Karen Bass of California.

  8. Lady Gaga’s Dogs Are Stolen and Dog Walker Is Shot Express, February 25

    The Los Angeles police said that two French bulldogs were taken Wednesday night and that a dog walker was critically injured. Lady Gaga is offering a reward for their safe return, a representative said.

  9. California Man Died After Police Knelt on Him for 5 Minutes, Family Says U.S., February 25

    Shortly before he lost consciousness, Angelo Quinto, 30, asked officers not to kill him, according to a wrongful-death claim filed by his family against the City of Antioch.

  10. California Man Died After Police Knelt on Him for 5 Minutes, Family Says Express, February 25

    Shortly before he lost consciousness, Angelo Quinto, 30, asked officers not to kill him, according to a wrongful-death claim filed by his family against the City of Antioch.

  11. How Moschino’s Movie Got Made Styles, February 25

    Inspired by a scene from the 1939 film, “The Women,” Jeremy Scott gets creative with Dita Von Teese, Maye Musk and a cast of supermodels for his Fall 2021 show.

  12. California Reaches Another Bleak Milestone News Desk, February 25

    Thursday: More than 50,000 people have died from Covid-19 in the state. Also: More on the Newsom recall effort; and remembering Fry’s Electronics.

  13. Tiger Woods and Another Terrible Turn of Fate Sports, February 25

    It is easy to cling to memories of Tiger Woods at his peaks, but his vulnerability tells as much, if not more, about his powerful hold on sport and culture.

  14. For Travel, a Sustainable Comeback? Travel, February 25

    From a newly certified Whale Heritage Site to scenic byways for electric cars, five new initiatives suggest the travel industry may be envisioning a more responsible future.

  15. A Recall for Newsom in California? Talk Grows as Governors Come Under Attack National, February 24

    Fellow Democrats have defended Gov. Gavin Newsom, lavishly praising his handling of the pandemic. But conservatives say his shutdowns have been destructive.

  16. California has passed the 50,000-death mark, the most of any state. National, February 24

    A bleak reminder that the recent progress the state has made against the pandemic may be fragile.

  17. Supreme Court Weighs Limits of ‘Hot Pursuit’ by Police Washington, February 24

    The court has said that the police need no warrants to enter the homes of fleeing felons. Does that exception also apply to people suspected of minor crimes?

  18. Silas Farley to Lead Dance Academy in Los Angeles Culture, February 24

    “It felt like the right next step,” the former New York City Ballet dancer said of taking on a leadership role at the Colburn School.

  19. $1.9 Million Homes in California, New York and Tennessee Real Estate, February 24

    An early 20th-century house in San Francisco, a one-bedroom condo on Central Park West in Manhattan and a four-bedroom home in Nashville.

  20. What You Get for $1.9 Million Slideshow, February 24

    An early 20th-century house in San Francisco; a one-bedroom condo on Central Park West in New York City; and a four-bedroom home in Nashville.

  21. Berkeley Moves Closer to Ending Police Traffic Stops National, February 24

    Wednesday: A look at one city’s effort to remake policing. Also: Xavier Becerra’s confirmation hearings; and remembering Lawrence Ferlinghetti.

  22. ‘Se transmite más que las otras’: los científicos alertan sobre la nueva variante en California en Español, February 24

    Dos estudios confirman que un nuevo coronavirus mutante en California es más contagioso, aunque la escala de su amenaza no está clara.

  23. What to Know About Tiger Woods’s Car Crash and Condition Sports, February 23

    Woods is recovering from “serious” leg injuries but his long-term prognosis is not publicly known. The authorities are investigating the crash solely as an accident, not as a criminal case.

  24. California Wins Court Victory for Its Net Neutrality Law Business, February 23

    A federal judge’s ruling can allow the state to go ahead with its law while a lawsuit works its way through the courts.

  25. San Francisco Pauses School Renamings to Focus on Returning Students to Classrooms Express, February 23

    A plan to rename schools that honored people like Washington, Lincoln and Jefferson was put on hold after criticism of the plan and, particularly, its timing amid the pandemic.

  26. Tiger Woods Was Conscious When Authorities Arrived at Crash Video, February 23

    Tiger Woods, who sustained serious leg injuries after crashing his S.U.V. on Tuesday in Los Angeles County, was conscious when emergency workers arrived, the authorities said.

  27. Watch Live: Officials Hold News Conference After Tiger Woods Car Crash Video, February 23

    Los Angeles County officials hold a news conference on Tiger Woods’s car crash. Woods suffered leg injuries after crashing his car on Tuesday, his agent and the authorities said.

  28. Watch Live: Officials Hold News Conference After Tiger Woods Car Crash Video, February 23

    Los Angeles County officials hold a news conference on Tiger Woods’s car crash. Woods suffered leg injuries after crashing his car on Tuesday, his agent and the authorities said.

  29. Video Shows Tiger Woods’s Damaged Vehicle Following Crash Video, February 23

    Tiger Woods was taken to a hospital on Tuesday after being injured in a car crash in Los Angeles County.

  30. For Some Teens, It’s Been a Year of Anxiety and Trips to the E.R. Science, February 23

    During the pandemic, suicidal thinking is up. And families find that hospitals can’t handle adolescents in crisis.

  31. For Some Teens, It’s Been a Year of Anxiety and Trips to the E.R. Health, February 23

    During the pandemic, suicidal thinking is up. And families find that hospitals can’t handle adolescents in crisis.

  32. ‘This Is the Life’ Review: A Valuable Part of Hip-Hop History Culture, February 23

    Ava DuVernay’s 2008 documentary, now streaming on Netflix, is a personal love letter to a slice of Los Angeles’s 1990s hip-hop scene.

  33. Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Poet Who Nurtured the Beats, Dies at 101 Obits, February 23

    An unapologetic proponent of “poetry as insurgent art,” he was also a publisher and the owner of the celebrated San Francisco bookstore City Lights.

  34. Woods’s vehicle ‘sustained major damage,’ the authorities said. Express, February 23

    The golfer was pulled from the wreck by firefighters and paramedics using the “jaws of life,” the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said.

  35. Studies Examine Variant Surging in California, and the News Isn’t Good Science, February 23

    Two studies confirm that a new coronavirus mutant in California is more contagious, although the scale of its threat is unclear.

  36. What to Know About Efforts to Recall Gov. Gavin Newsom National, February 23

    Tuesday: A recall election is inching closer to reality. Here’s how that would work.

  37. A City With Amazon at the Center Business, February 22

    What happened to California’s Inland Empire when Amazon came to town.

  38. A City With Amazon at the Center Technology, February 22

    What happened to California’s Inland Empire when Amazon came to town.

  39. $880,000 Homes in California Real Estate, February 22

    A 1916 bungalow in Oakland, a penthouse loft in a converted theater in Long Beach and a ranch house in Pasadena.

  40. What You Get for $880,000 in California Slideshow, February 22

    A 1916 bungalow in Oakland, a penthouse loft in a converted theater in Long Beach and a ranch house in Pasadena.

  41. Lessons From Los Angeles’s Deadly Winter National, February 22

    Monday: A Times reporter who spent days inside Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital at the height of the surge discusses what we should learn.

  42. Settlement Reached in Suit Accusing James Franco of Sexual Misconduct Culture, February 21

    Two former students of Mr. Franco’s have agreed to drop their claims that he had intimidated them into performing explicit sex scenes. Mr. Franco has denied the allegations.

  43. What This Wave of Anti-Asian Violence Reveals About America Op Ed, February 21

    Too often, attention to nonwhite groups is only as pressing as the injuries that they have suffered.

  44. California Will Reserve Vaccine Doses for Teachers and School Staff Video, February 20

    Gov. Gavin Newsom said on Friday that, starting on March 1, California will set aside 10 percent of the state’s first doses of Covid-19 vaccine for educators and school employees.

  45. Tom Ford on Wearing the Same Ripped Jeans and Allowing Himself to ‘Be Unproductive’ Styles, February 20

    As New York Fashion Week ends, the designer and film director explains why his show was postponed and how he has been affected by the pandemic.

  46. An Outdoor Hockey Game That for Once Is in the Great Outdoors Sports, February 19

    The pandemic pushed the N.H.L. toward a scenic site instead of a football or baseball field for its outdoor game. It’s so pretty in Tahoe they’ll play two.

  47. Hurt by Lockdowns, California’s Small Businesses Push to Recall Governor Business, February 19

    The pain for such enterprises been particularly acute in the state, leading some to back an effort to replace Gov. Gavin Newsom.

  48. Hurt by Lockdowns, California’s Small Businesses Push to Recall Governor Business, February 19

    The pain for such enterprises been particularly acute in the state, leading some to back an effort to replace Gov. Gavin Newsom.

  49. Donor to Trump Inauguration Sentenced to 12 Years in Federal Inquiry Express, February 19

    Imaad Zuberi, who donated heavily to Democrats before former President Donald J. Trump’s election, had pleaded guilty to charges related to a $900,000 donation to Mr. Trump’s inaugural committee.

  50. A Pandemic Silver Lining for a San Francisco Institution National, February 19

    Friday: A look at how the de Young Museum in San Francisco is moving forward from the lockdowns. Also: Perseverance.

  51. Alex Trebek’s Wardrobe Is Donated to Formerly Incarcerated Men Express, February 18

    The gift, which will also benefit formerly homeless men, was in keeping with an appeal that the host of “Jeopardy!” had made when he asked viewers to “build a gentler, kinder society.”

  52. Texas Storms, California Heat Waves and ‘Vulnerable’ Utilities Business, February 18

    Power failures have cast a spotlight on whether energy companies and regulators are doing enough to prepare for climate change and natural disasters.

  53. Anti-Asian Racism Isn’t New Op Ed, February 18

    A frightening wave of attacks has Asian communities on edge. But I experienced street harassment long before the pandemic.

  54. DNA Points to Single Coyote in Series of Attacks in California Express, February 18

    Since July, four attacks on Bay Area residents have involved the same coyote, according to DNA taken from the victims’ bite wounds and clothing.

  55. The Daily: Pandemic Stories Podcasts, February 18

    A selection of our episodes that tell the personal stories of the pandemic — the losses, the small comforts and the sacrifices.

  56. Los Angeles’s Move to Reduce Police in Schools National, February 18

    Thursday: The decision comes after months of calls to defund the police. Also: A state pandemic aid package.

  57. Amazon’s Great Labor Awakening Magazine, February 18

    Covid-19 has cemented the e-commerce giant’s hold on the economy — but it has also spurred employees all around the country to organize.

  58. From Lagos to Los Angeles, an African Art Gallery Arrives Culture, February 17

    Adenrele Sonariwo has brought her Nigerian sensibility to Melrose Avenue, with a show focusing on women.

  59. How Erewhon Became L.A.’s Hottest Hangout Styles, February 17

    With a little help from celebrities and influencers, the health food store became the place to see and be seen.

  60. How Erewhon Became L.A.’s Hottest Hangout Styles, February 17

    With a little help from celebrities and influencers, the health food store became the place to see and be seen.

  61. California’s Shifting Relationship With the Supreme Court National, February 17

    Wednesday: A conversation with the constitutional law expert Erwin Chemerinsky about what Californians can expect from a conservative court.

  62. An Artist Exposing Fascism Through Provocation T Style, February 17

    Paul McCarthy has spent his career cultivating a visual language of depravity and scathing critique. After half a century, we still can’t turn away.

  63. Oregon Is Vaccinating Teachers. It Might Not Be Enough to Reopen Schools. National, February 17

    Oregon is a case study in how Pacific Coast cities are lagging the country in resuming in-person teaching.

  64. Protesters Urged Defunding the Police. Schools in Big Cities Are Doing It. National, February 17

    Los Angeles will eliminate a third of its school police officers, joining cities like Seattle, Denver and Minneapolis that took action after Black Lives Matter protests.

  65. Garbage Truck Driver Is Charged in California Fire That Killed 2 Express, February 16

    The driver, Antonio Ornelas-Velazquez, is accused by the authorities of dumping a burning load of trash that sparked a deadly fire in 2019 that also destroyed more than 70 structures.

  66. What Trump, San Francisco and the Deer in My Backyard Have in Common Op Ed, February 16

    Democracy depends on understanding the connection.

  67. Technology Executive Apologizes After Dozens of Event Attendees Contract Covid-19 Express, February 16

    Peter Diamandis thought extensive testing could help create an “immunity bubble” for a conference in Culver City, Calif. It didn’t work. “I hope others can learn from my mistakes,” he said.

  68. The World Grieves for Millions. An Artist Grieves for One. Culture, February 16

    The Canadian artist Divya Mehra’s first U.S. solo show takes a surprising look at mourning. She uses giant emojis to portray her devastation.

  69. To Plug a Pension Gap, This City Rented Its Streets. To Itself. Business, February 16

    Cities and states issued at least $6.1 billion in pension bonds last year. Novel ways to do so include renting property they already own under dummy corporations.

  70. Who’s Eligible for the Vaccine in California Right Now? National, February 16

    Tuesday: The latest on the state’s efforts to vaccinate millions of people. Also: An update on the Newsom recall effort; and self-care for men.

  71. How to Think About Wine Vintages Dining, February 16

    Conventional wisdom can often lead consumers away from delicious wines. Better to think of individual years in terms of character than of quality.

  72. $3.2 Million Homes in California Real Estate, February 15

    An 1888 Victorian in Coronado, a Mediterranean-style home in Los Angeles and a new house in Redwood City.

  73. What You Get for $3.2 Million in California Slideshow, February 15

    An 1888 Victorian in Coronado, a Mediterranean-style home in Los Angeles and a new house in Redwood City.

  74. How a Minimum-Wage Increase Is Being Felt in a Low-Wage City Business, February 14

    Is $15 an hour too much, or not enough? Fresno, Calif., may be a laboratory for a debate over the minimum wage that is heating up on the national level.

  75. Prince Harry and His Wife, Meghan, Expecting Second Child Foreign, February 14

    The development is a joyful bit of news after a turbulent year in which the couple broke away from the British royal family, started new lives in California and suffered a miscarriage.

  76. California: Liberal Model or Cautionary Tale? Letters, February 13

    Readers react to a column by Bret Stephens that argued that California’s problems stem from its Democratic leadership, as well as one by Ezra Klein.

  77. Silicon Valley’s Safe Space Sunday Business, February 13

    Slate Star Codex was a window into the psyche of many tech leaders building our collective future. Then it disappeared.

  78. Under Pressure, California Church Postpones Conference for Thousands Express, February 12

    Grace Community Church reversed course after Los Angeles County health officials warned that indoor conferences were prohibited and that the event could worsen the spread of the coronavirus.

  79. California extends vaccine eligibility to people with disabilities after backlash. World, February 12

  80. California extends vaccine eligibility to people with disabilities after backlash. World, February 12

  81. California extends vaccine eligibility to people with disabilities after backlash. Foreign, February 12

    The state will extend Covid-19 vaccinations to people over 16 who are debilitated or immunocompromised by cancer and other diseases and chronic conditions.

  82. A Tattoo Artist Who Sketched Billie Eilish Styles, February 12

    Manuela Soto Sosa is the stick-and-poke force behind the Soto Girls bikini gang.

  83. The State of the Virus: Sustained Progress in Most States Interactive, February 12

    A look at this week’s news from the team tracking the coronavirus.

  84. The Californians Are Coming. So Is Their Housing Crisis. Sunday Business, February 12

    Is it possible to import growth without also importing housing problems? “I can’t point to a city that has done it right.”

  85. In ‘Crime Scene,’ Joe Berlinger Investigates True-Crime Obsession Culture, February 12

    In his latest Netflix docu-series, the director of foundational works like “Paradise Lost” turned his lens to the fans and web sleuths that are changing the stakes of true crime.

  86. A Tense Lunar New Year for the Bay Area After Attacks on Asian-Americans National, February 12

    The attacks have renewed fears over a wave of anti-Asian violence and harassment that was spurred earlier in the pandemic.

  87. Missing Haircuts and More This Lunar New Year Op Ed, February 12

    The pandemic has changed so many of the practices that began as a way to relieve the darkness of winter.

  88. Los Angeles, Ravaged by Covid, Faces a Sobering Reality Op Ed, February 12

    We thought this would be like a Hollywood movie. We were wrong.

  89. How the Virus Has Made the State’s Housing Crisis Worse National, February 11

    Thursday: The governor signed an extension on the state’s eviction moratorium, but housing problems persist.

  90. California Is Making Liberals Squirm Op Ed, February 11

    If progressivism can’t work there, why should the country believe it can work anywhere else?

  91. Chuck Johnson’s Ode to What’s Been Lost in California’s Fires Culture, February 10

    His pedal steel album “The Cinder Grove” is a eulogy for landscapes that are still being razed, but holds on to hope for what comes next.

  92. De #LiberenaBritney a #LoSentimosBritney: el caso de tutela de Britney Spears vuelve a la corte en Español, February 10

    A los activistas que desde hace tiempo piden que la estrella del pop vuelva a ser dueña de sus decisiones se une un coro que debate sobre el trato que recibió durante su ascenso y sus posteriores dificultades de salud mental.

  93. Closed Nearly a Year, Empty Museums in Los Angeles Struggle Culture, February 10

    While many museums around the country have resumed operations, those in Los Angeles remain an exception. They have been shut since March.

  94. The Pandemic’s Toll on Los Angeles Museums National, February 10

    Wednesday: Museums in Los Angeles haven’t been allowed to reopen indoors. That means they’ve had a unique challenge.

  95. $700,000 Homes in Pennsylvania, Missouri and California Real Estate, February 10

    A stone house in horse country outside Philadelphia, a Georgian Revival home in Kansas City and a 1907 cottage in Pasadena.

  96. What You Get for $700,000 Slideshow, February 10

    A stone house in horse country outside Philadelphia; a Georgian Revival home in Kansas City, Mo.; and a 1907 cottage in Pasadena, Calif.

  97. San Francisco Rallied to Find a DoorDash Driver’s Missing Children Express, February 10

    Spurred on by social media, residents searched the streets after Jeffrey Fang’s children were taken in a carjacking. The police ultimately found them, unharmed, across town.

  98. Morir de la COVID-19 en un hospital ‘desigual’ de Los Ángeles en Español, February 10

    Una mirada al interior de un hospital colapsado en la zona más afectada de California, a donde los patriarcas de dos familias inmigrantes fueron trasladados cuando se enfermaron de coronavirus.

  99. California has the most coronavirus-related deaths in the U.S., surpassing New York. National, February 9

    California averaged 433 daily deaths over the past week. On Tuesday, it became the state with the largest total, surpassing New York.

  100. Britney Spears Conservatorship Case Heads Back to Court Culture, February 9

    After a new documentary about Spears by The New York Times was shown, calls to #FreeBritney were joined by a new message: “We are sorry, Britney.”

  101. Una billetera perdida en la Antártida regresa a su dueño 53 años después (con recuerdos incluidos) en Español, February 9

    Paul Grisham, hoy de 91 años, dejó su billetera en el gélido destino donde era meteorólogo hace medio siglo. Unos detectives aficionados la recuperaron.

  102. Director of SFMOMA Steps Down Culture, February 9

    Neal Benezra has expanded the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s collection, building and attendance over two decades — and navigated a bumpy last year.

  103. Lost in Antarctica, a Wallet Is Returned 53 Years Later (Memories Included) Express, February 9

    Paul Grisham, now 91, left his wallet behind when he was stationed on “the ice” in the 1960s as a meteorologist for the U.S. Navy.

  104. How Does California’s Vaccine Rollout Compare With Other Parts of the Country? National, February 9

    Tuesday: Here’s what to know about The New York Times’s vaccine tracker. Also: Lunar New Year.

  105. A Memoir About Queer Identity, Told One Gay Bar at a Time Book Review, February 9

    In his new memoir, “Gay Bar,” Jeremy Atherton Lin documents his personal history and the history of queer identity by exploring gay bars around the world.

  106. California enfrenta un creciente movimiento antivacunas en Español, February 8

    Primero protestaron ante las mascarillas y los confinamientos. Ahora, algunos de los activistas de extrema derecha dirigen sus esfuerzos hacia las vacunas.

  107. $1.5 Million Homes in California Real Estate, February 8

    A 1908 Craftsman bungalow in Pasadena, a midcentury house designed by Cliff May in Long Beach and a Mediterranean-style home in Albany.

  108. What You Get for $1.5 Million in California Slideshow, February 8

    A 1908 Craftsman bungalow in Pasadena, a midcentury house designed by Cliff May in Long Beach and a Mediterranean-style home in Albany.

  109. What to Watch Out for This Week in the Pandemic National, February 8

    Monday: New coronavirus infections are declining in California. That’s the good news. But there are still open questions about moving forward.

  110. Dying of Covid in a ‘Separate and Unequal’ L.A. Hospital Investigative, February 8

    Inside an overwhelmed facility in the worst-hit part of California, where the patriarchs of two immigrant families were taken when they fell sick.

  111. They died within hours of each other early in the pandemic. Their countries then went down two very different roads. Foreign, February 6

    Soon after the death of a doctor who was one of the first to warn publicly about the coronavirus, China abruptly reversed course. The United States took a very different path after what would be its first confirmed death of the pandemic.

  112. They died within hours of each other early in the pandemic. Their countries then went down two very different roads. World, February 6

    Soon after the death of a doctor who was one of the first to warn publicly about the coronavirus, China abruptly reversed course. The United States took a very different path after what would be its first confirmed death of the pandemic.

  113. A New Front in the Anti-Vaccine Fight Emerges in California National, February 6

    For months, far-right activists have rallied against masks and lockdowns imposed during the coronavirus pandemic. Now some protesters have shifted their focus to the Covid-19 vaccine.

  114. Anti-Vaccine Activists Emboldened in California National, February 6

    For months, far-right activists have rallied against masks and lockdowns imposed during the coronavirus pandemic. Now some protesters have shifted their focus to the Covid-19 vaccine.

  115. Biden Wants Harris to Have a Major Role. What It Is Hasn’t Been Defined. Washington, February 6

    President Biden is rarely seen without Kamala Harris, a tangible result of his efforts to treat her as an equal stakeholder. But for now he does not intend to assign her a specific portfolio.

  116. Migrant Families Force Biden to Confront New Border Crisis National, February 6

    In recent days, hundreds of migrant families have been released into the United States by Border Patrol agents. Thousands more are hoping for a chance to enter under looser policies.

  117. Flores en el pelo: la tendencia del tatuaje capilar en Español, February 6

    Este intrincado arte efímero reimagina el corte de pelo como un lienzo en blanco.

  118. Supreme Court Partly Backs Religious Challenge to California Virus Restrictions Washington, February 6

    The ruling followed a similar one in a case from New York and provided more evidence of a change in the court’s direction after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

  119. Carmen Vázquez, a Force on L.G.B.T.Q. Issues, Dies at 72 Obits, February 5

    Often outspoken, she was a fixture in advocacy groups in San Francisco and New York. She died of Covid-19.

  120. Scenes From California’s Reopening Interactive, February 5

    The states infection rates have fallen significantly, but reopening comes with risks

  121. Liz Cheney’s Courage Letters, February 5

    A reader praises her vote to impeach Donald Trump. Also: Renaming San Francisco schools; discrimination against Black girls; food pop-ups and safety.

  122. The State of the Virus: A Notable Decline in New Cases Interactive, February 5

    A look at this week’s news from the team tracking the coronavirus.

  123. For This Show, the Artist Went Overboard Culture, February 5

    In 38 days, with sculptures, drawings, videos and ingenuity, Nina Katchadourian revisited the shipwreck from “Survive the Savage Sea.”

  124. Take a Visual Tour Through California as It Reopens National, February 5

    Friday: Californians hope it’ll be their last time easing restrictions. See how it’s been going. Also: Capitol riot arrests; and SAG Award nominees.

  125. Sandie Crisp, ‘Goddess Bunny’ of the Underground Scene, Dies at 61 Obits, February 4

    She became a muse among the Hollywood avant-garde, appearing in movies, music videos and photographs. She died of Covid-19.

  126. Will Gavin Newsom Be Recalled? National, February 4

    Thursday: One expert says numbers show a recall election is “a probability.” But what happens next is complicated.

  127. The Power Brokers of Beverly Hills Styles, February 4

    Branden and Rayni Williams sold $700 million of real estate for Rick Hilton’s firm in 2019. Now they’ve left to start their own agency.

  128. Pension Funds Are Mixed or Mum on More Cash for Apollo Business, February 3

    California’s huge public retirement system, for one, offered only cautious support after new disclosures of financial ties between the firm’s chief, Leon Black, and Jeffrey Epstein.

  129. Why Long Beach Is a Model for the Vaccine Rollout National, February 3

    Wednesday: The state’s vaccine system continues to be fraught with problems. Here’s what to know.

  130. The Many Lives of Steven Yeun Magazine, February 3

    What’s a typical immigrant story? In his new film, “Minari,” the “Walking Dead” star has his own to tell.

  131. Risking Everything to Come to America on the Open Ocean Magazine, February 3

    The border with Mexico extends well beyond the desert. Tighter enforcement on land has driven record numbers of migrants to attempt dangerous crossings by water.

  132. Explosion Critically Injures 3 Near Los Angeles Express, February 2

    Fire crews used two helicopters to put out a brush fire, which burned an acre of a hillside in Santa Clarita, Calif., the authorities said.

  133. 6 Arrested After Briefly Altering Hollywood Sign Express, February 2

    The stunt had nothing to do with “breast cancer awareness,” as some reports suggested. One organizer said it was intended to protest the suspension of her Instagram account.

  134. In ‘Gay Bar,’ Time-Hopping Snapshots of Queer Nightlife Culture, February 2

    Jeremy Atherton’s Lin first book is a personal and cultural history of establishments that affirmed and challenged his sense of identity.

  135. What Californians Can Learn From Texas Republicans National, February 2

    Tuesday: California is in a time of political transition. It’s sort of like what Texas went through four years ago.

  136. Yosemite National Park Reopens After Devastating Wind Storm Topples Sequoias Express, February 2

    The wind storm last month downed 15 of the park’s giant sequoia trees. It also damaged park buildings, vehicles and facilities.

  137. A Letter to My Liberal Friends Op Ed, February 1

    If you want to know what worries conservatives, look at California.

  138. Jack Palladino, 76, Hard-Charging Private Investigator, Dies After ‘Brutal Attack’ Express, February 1

    Mr. Palladino, a private investigator who had worked for Bill Clinton and other famous clients, died four days after he sustained a severe head injury in an attempted robbery, the authorities said.

  139. How Kamala Harris Rose — and Rose Book Review, February 1

    “Kamala’s Way” is the story of Harris’s dramatic political career, as told by the longtime California journalist Dan Morain.

  140. $975,000 Homes in California Real Estate, February 1

    A four-bedroom house with a pool in Rancho Mirage, a farmhouse on five acres in Petaluma and a one-bedroom condominium in San Francisco.

  141. What You Get for $975,000 in California Slideshow, February 1

    A four-bedroom house with a pool in Rancho Mirage, a farmhouse on five acres in Petaluma and a one-bedroom condominium in San Francisco.

  142. Mapping Los Angeles’s Unequal Covid-19 Surge National, February 1

    Monday: A New York Times interactive map shows the uneven toll of the virus, neighborhood by neighborhood, on the nation’s most populous county.

  143. California Sheriff’s Deputy Is Charged With Faking Attack Express, January 31

    Sukhdeep Gill, a Santa Clara County deputy who claimed that he had been shot in his body camera last year, was charged with fabricating the attack, prosecutors said.

  144. Protesters disrupt motorists from entering Dodger Stadium vaccination site. Foreign, January 30

    The closure lasted for about an hour before the entrance reopened, while vaccinations continued inside the stadium.

  145. Part of Highway 1 in California Falls Into the Ocean Express, January 30

    A section of the scenic road near Big Sur collapsed after heavy rains.

  146. Part of California Highway Collapses After Heavy Rain Video, January 30

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