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  1. Anti-Abortion Activists Charged in Planned Parenthood Video Case U.S., Yesterday

    California prosecutors say some of the videos, which were edited conversations with abortion providers that the activists secretly recorded, violated the state’s privacy law.

  2. Frank Gehry’s Vast Archive Joins the Getty’s Collection Arts, Yesterday

    The Getty Research Institute has acquired hundreds of thousands of items from the Pritzker Prize-winning architect’s career, from 1954 to 1988.

  3. Tech Roundup: Improving Uber’s Diversity and Culture Technology, March 28

    Uber, facing tremendous pressure to revamp its workplace culture, released a report detailing its work force’s lack of diversity, with figures similar to those at other tech companies.

  4. Uber Releases Diversity Report and Repudiates Its ‘Hard-Charging Attitude’ Technology, March 28

    The report, which excludes drivers, showed Uber’s employees are overwhelmingly male and the largest ethnic group is white, though the figures are not so different from other tech companies.

  5. The N.F.L. and the Business of Ripping Out the Heart of Oakland Sports, March 27

    Las Vegas was willing to offer a $750 million public subsidy to gain the Raiders, even as school class sizes had to be increased for lack of funds.

  6. Seasoning Powders From California for Soups and Fish Food, March 27

    Nine unusual powdered spices from Shed, in Healdsburg, Calif., add flavor to sauces and dips.

  7. Raiders Leaving Oakland Again, This Time for Las Vegas Sports, March 27

    The team is the third franchise to gain approval to change cities since 2015. But Raider Nation will probably not truly annex Sin City for a couple of years.

  8. A 7.4 Quake in Southern California? A Long Fault Could Make It Likelier Science, March 27

    The Newport-Inglewood/Rose Canyon fault, extending from San Diego to Los Angeles, could rupture along its entire length, scientists have found.

  9. Retail Instincts Propel Investor to Venture Capitalism’s Top Tier Technology, March 26

    Kirsten Green is unusual for a number of reasons: She never worked at a venture capital firm before starting her own, and she’s a woman in a male-dominated field.

  10. Why the Raiders May Be Sin City-Bound — or Bound to Oakland Instead Sports, March 26

    Three-quarters of N.F.L. owners must approve the team’s request to exit Oakland (again) for Las Vegas. Here’s why it might happen, and why it might not.

  11. What Would You Do With an Intruder at the Door? Opinion, March 25

    Reaching for a weapon feels rational, even if it isn’t.

  12. Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson Cruise at Match Play Sports, March 25

    Johnson had led all 46 holes he has played at the Dell Technologies Match Play in Austin, Tex. Mickelson has done the same on 41 of 42. Next up is single elimination.

  13. On the Rock, Looking Inward and Outward Opinion, March 24

    The climber Royal Robbins, who died recently, was a pioneer on Yosemite’s big walls, where he practiced a minimalist, spiritual approach.

  14. California Upholds Auto Emissions Standards, Setting Up Face-Off With Trump Business Day, March 24

    The backing of rules adopted in the Obama administration is one of the most direct moves so far to blunt President Trump’s effort to roll back regulations.

  15. United States Is Overjoyed, but Still Understated Sports, March 23

    The players’ celebration after beating Puerto Rico to win the World Baseball Classic was comparatively restrained. Other nations had rankled them with enthusiastic displays.

  16. We Have Some Good News on the California Drought. Take a Look. Interactive, March 22

    Using NASA data, we compared this year's snowpack in the Sierra Nevada with that of 2015, when the state was in the grip of drought.

  17. In Case Testing Police Liability in Shootings, Supreme Court Shows Divide U.S., March 22

    The justices seemed to sharply disagree on the relevance of the Los Angeles County police’s lack of a warrant in the civil suit of a man wounded in a raid.

  18. A.I. Expert at Baidu, Andrew Ng, Resigns From Chinese Search Giant Technology, March 22

    The departure is a blow to Baidu, which has been betting big on artificial intelligence as a foundation to fields like voice recognition and driverless cars.

  19. Carmelo Anthony Praises Los Angeles, Sounding Less Like a Knick for Life Sports, March 20

    Anthony, who has been linked to the Clippers in trade rumors, said he admired players who stayed with one team, “but a lot of things have to fall into place.”

  20. Adam Schiff Leverages Democrats’ Limited Power in Trump Inquiry U.S., March 20

    The congressman gently probed the F.B.I. chief, James B. Comey, for information and laid out the history of the Trump campaign’s contacts with Russian officials.

  21. Bonds That Combat the Isolation of Military Life Opinion, March 20

    In an era when the military is all-volunteer, building communities helps warriors and their families bear all of the domestic hardships.

  22. Travel Ban Dampens Persian New Year Celebration U.S., March 19

    For hundreds of Iranian-Americans in Southern California, long-held plans and family gatherings have been disrupted because of uncertainty over the ban.

  23. Grassley and Feinstein: The Pair Who Will Lead Gorsuch’s Senate Hearings U.S., March 19

    The senators will face pressure to vindicate their parties’ views both of Judge Neil M. Gorsuch’s worthiness to join the Supreme Court and of the process leading him there.

  24. Federer and Wawrinka, Friends, Rivals and Countrymen, Will Meet Again Sports, March 18

    Federer, at 35, has perhaps never been more dangerous. Wawrinka is building his case to be mentioned in the same breath as his mentor.

  25. Marijuana Industry Presses Ahead in California’s Wine Country U.S., March 18

    Sonoma County has become a seedbed of cannabis experimentation, despite threats from the Trump administration to increase enforcement against recreational use.

  26. In Silicon Valley, a Voice of Caution Guides a High-Flying Uber Technology, March 18

    The venture capitalist Bill Gurley is a rare figure in Silicon Valley, vocally chiding some of the biggest start-up stars to show some discipline.

  27. John Van de Kamp, Former Prosecutor in California, Dies at 81 U.S., March 17

    As district attorney in Los Angeles, Mr. Van de Kamp prosecuted the Hillside Strangler case; he was also the state’s attorney general and ran for governor in 1990.

  28. Things Go Awry at ‘Desert X,’ as Shy Bot Disappears Arts, March 17

    Theft and vandalism plague a Palm Springs-area art show.

  29. Going From Marginalized to Welcomed in the Workplace Business Day, March 17

    A program in California seeks to connect transgender workers with employers happy to have them.

  30. Immigration Agents Should Not ‘Stalk’ Courts, California Justice Says U.S., March 16

    “Courthouses should not be used as bait in the necessary enforcement of our country’s immigration laws,” wrote Tani Cantil-Sakauye, the chief justice of California.

  31. The Desert Is Blooming Video, March 16

    Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is experiencing a rare super bloom. See it up close in 360° video.

  32. Royal Robbins, Conscience of Rock Climbers, Dies at 82 Sports, March 15

    Robbins made several first ascents, and he urged those who followed him up the rocks to leave few traces of their path, setting an example that is still heeded.

  33. Monsanto Weed Killer Roundup Faces New Doubts on Safety in Unsealed Documents Business Day, March 14

    A lawsuit contends that the main ingredient in Roundup, the world’s most widely used weed killer, can cause cancer.

  34. Beer on a Budget in San Diego Travel, March 14

    The Southern California city isn’t just about the beautiful outdoors. Beer has taken hold in a big way.

  35. At Home With Young Hollywood’s Decorator of Choice T Magazine, March 13

    Sally Breer, who has clients like Zooey Deschanel, takes T on a tour of her own imaginative interiors in Los Angeles.

  36. On the Verge: Sally Breer Slideshow, March 13

    Inside her apartment in Los Angeles’s Frogtown neighborhood.

  37. A Silicon Valley Train Gets Stuck Opinion, March 13

    Bowing to California’s G.O.P., the administration pulls back on a project to electrify a Bay Area rail line.

  38. Richard Simmons’s Disappearing Act Inspires a Hit Podcast Arts, March 12

    Why did the fitness guru vanish from public view three years ago? One friend went on a journey to find out, and his podcast takes listeners along for the ride.

  39. In Los Angeles, a Festival of Love and Hapa-ness Opinion, March 11

    Among people with mixed-race roots, an exploration of identity.

  40. Backpage’s Sex Ads Are Gone. Child Trafficking? Hardly. U.S., March 11

    The website, under pressure, dropped the ads, many of which featured minors. But the unanticipated result is that prostitution can now be even riskier.

  41. Republican Health Plan Could End Insurance Coverage of Abortion Health, March 10

    The replacement for the Affordable Care Act would bar people from using federal tax credits to buy health insurance plans that cover abortion.

  42. Anthony Beilenson, Congressman Who Fought for Abortion Rights, Dies at 84 U.S., March 10

    As a Democratic state legislator in California, he persuaded Gov. Ronald Reagan to approve progressive abortion rights bill years before Roe v. Wade was decided.

  43. When Is a Drought Over? A Wet California Wants to Know U.S., March 10

    Reservoirs are overflowing. Dams are straining. So why is California still officially in a drought? We answer some questions Californians, and others, may have.

  44. A Photographer Re-examines Los Angeles Slideshow, March 9

    After 10 years in New York, Gillian Steiner recently moved back to her California hometown — with a critical eye.

  45. White House Echoes Tech: ‘Move Fast and Break Things’ Business Day, March 8

    Defying political norms, President Trump has embraced the philosophy of disruption and management styles that have powered successful start-ups.

  46. Los Angeles’s New Design Destination T Magazine, March 8

    The former film executive Paul Davidge recently opened Not So General (NSG) in West Hollywood.

  47. Hawaii Sues to Block Trump Travel Ban; First Challenge to Order U.S., March 8

    The court filing, and another by the city of San Francisco, may signal a new wave of legal assaults on Mr. Trump’s immigration policies.

  48. Don’t Roll Back the Vehicle Fuel Standards Opinion, March 8

    These benchmarks are the most important action the nation has taken to reduce its dependence on oil and address climate change.

  49. Serena Williams Withdraws at Indian Wells and Will Lose No. 1 Ranking Sports, March 8

    Angelique Kerber will become the top-ranked female player after the BNP Paribas Opens, which will begin Wednesday. Williams cited a left knee injury.

  50. Late-Season Ski Discounts Travel, March 7

    Resorts in the United States and Canada are offering lower prices for spring trips.

  51. U.S. Frees Visa-Holding Afghan Family It Detained for 4 Days U.S., March 6

    The family, whose father worked at an American military base, is allowed to settle in Washington State, but must meet with federal officials on April 5.

  52. California Today: What to Look for on Election Day U.S., March 6

    Monday: Another election in Los Angeles, political violence in Berkeley, and a new proposal to ease up on cyclists.

  53. In Silicon Valley, Caltrain Upgrade Is Imperiled as Trump Withholds Funds U.S., March 6

    The Trump administration, backed by California Republicans, is withholding a $647 million federal grant for the electrification project, which has immediate consequences for the system’s 65,000 daily commuters.

  54. An Afghan Family, With Visas in Hand, Is Detained in Los Angeles U.S., March 4

    A father had worked for the U.S. government in Afghanistan, court documents show, and a restraining order was needed to keep his wife and children from a detention center.

  55. Deportation Arrest Highlights Tensions in Los Angeles on Immigration U.S., March 4

    The fraught relationship between the city and federal authorities could continue to fray as the Trump administration continues to ramp up arrests and detentions.

  56. Palm Springs Is Hot. The Old Guard Is Hot Under the Collar. Style, March 4

    Long a sleepy city that drew Hollywood stars, this desert oasis is grappling with a surge in short-term home rentals.

  57. The Eyes of San Francisco in a Texas Courtroom: The Sequel Times Insider, March 3

    After a Times reporter’s live-tweeting about Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony in Dallas broke courthouse rules, he wrote about it. Unexpectedly, a court officer responded.

  58. California Today: Beloved Railway to Return in Los Angeles U.S., March 3

    Friday: A historical hillside railway is resuming service, a huge sewage spill in the Tijuana River, and soaring spires in the Mojave Desert.

  59. A ‘Sanctuary City’ Seizes the Moment, and the Name Opinion, March 3

    Santa Ana, Calif., has set an example that other cities and states ought to follow.

  60. ‘Water & Power: A California Heist,’ With Citizens in the Crossfire Movies, March 2

    This documentary from Marina Zenovich outlines a contentious history of state water rights with a scrupulous tenacity.

  61. California Today: Hefty Paychecks for Police Officers and Firefighters U.S., March 2

    Thursday: Big pay for public safety employees, Snap is valued at $24 billion, and a plea for help from a battered Big Sur.

  62. California Today: Can Los Angeles Homelessness Be Solved? The Mayor Thinks So U.S., March 1

    Wednesday: Homelessness in Los Angeles, easing up on California’s aging dams and midsummer skiing.

  63. Eric Garcetti Makes His Case as Mayor of Los Angeles U.S., March 1

    The incumbent mayor, who faces 10 challengers next month, says he is effective, not cautious, as his critics contend.

  64. California Today: After Lawmaker’s Silencing, More Cries of ‘She Persisted’ U.S., February 28

    Tuesday: A legislator’s ejection roils Sacramento, a small plane crash kills at least three in Riverside, and a new book examines cannibalism.

  65. In California, a Move to Ease the Pressures on Aging Dams Science, February 28

    A tract of farmland, inadvertently flooded, shows a “softer” path to managing the state’s immense water system in an era of climate change.

  66. A Road Trip to Death Valley: Salt Flats, Chilly Nights and Kitsch Travel, February 28

    The national park offers deep silence and colorful canyons. A creative route also takes you to a tiny desert opera house and, more out of the way, the Salton Sea.