1. Push for Gender Equality in Tech? Some Men Say It’s Gone Too Far Business, Today

    After revelations of harassment and bias in Silicon Valley, a backlash is growing against the women in tech movement. “It’s a witch hunt,” they say.

  2. Let Right-Wing Speakers Come to Berkeley? Faculty Is Divided National, Yesterday

    Students looking to the faculty and administration for guidance on how to interpret the free speech issue are seeing deep divisions among their leaders.

  3. Earthquake Warning System Interactive, Yesterday

    An early warning could give advanced warning to people living several miles from the epicenter of an earthquake along the San Andreas fault line.

  4. California’s Sexual Assault Law Will Hurt Black Kids Op Ed, Yesterday

    Harsh school discipline policies fall hardest on students of color.

  5. At a Los Angeles Art Show, Mickey Mouse as an Imperialist Icon Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    As part of the art extravaganza “Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA,” an exhibition focuses on Walt Disney’s trip to South America.

  6. Still Processing: Outrage Over ‘Bodega’ and Horror at the Movies Podcasts, September 21

    We talk about a new startup and why it caused an internet firestorm, and how horror at the movies and on TV reflect our times, in hilarious ways.

  7. ‘The Force’ Follows the Oakland Police From Crisis to Crisis Weekend, September 21

    For his documentary “The Force,” Peter Nicks tracked the crisis-riddled department for two years.

  8. KB Home to Cut C.E.O.’s Bonus After His Rant Against Kathy Griffin Business, September 21

    Jeffrey Mezger’s 2017 bonus will be cut by 25 percent, the company said, after he used sexist and homophobic language against Kathy Griffin, his neighbor.

  9. A Head-Spinning, Hope-Inspiring Showcase of Art Weekend, September 21

    In Latin American Los Angeles, bridges soar, walls fall. A grand exchange beckons the art traveler to “Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.”

  10. San Francisco Chefs Serve Up a Message About Climate Change Dining, September 20

    Karen Leibowitz and Anthony Myint, who started Mission Street Food, have new ideas for the Perennial, their restaurant that promotes sustainability.

  11. A Hotel Revival in Los Angeles Video, September 20

    Step up to the bar or lounge by the pool in 360 degrees at some of the chic hotels that are inviting guests to a revitalized Los Angeles.

  12. In Los Angeles, Hotel Hipness Makes a Grand Return Travel, September 20

    Thanks to a new breed of high-rise hotels — complete with public pools and gaggles of fashionable locals — transitory spaces have become permanent hot spots.

  13. An Earthquake Hits and Angelenos Shelter on Twitter Styles, September 19

    It may have been mild and standard, but it happened in Los Angeles. So, naturally, earthquake was a trending topic on Twitter by early Tuesday.

  14. U.S. Governors at U.N. Assembly: ‘You Have Allies’ on Climate Change Climate, September 18

    As world leaders gather at the United Nations for the world body’s annual General Assembly, a group of American state governors is taking an increasingly high-profile role on climate change.

  15. California ‘Puppy Mill’ Ban Would Also Cover Kittens and Bunnies National, September 18

    Opponents are urging Gov. Jerry Brown to veto a bill outlawing the sale of dogs and other pets that do not come from shelters.

  16. Old Hollywood Vavoom Dominated on the Emmys Red Carpet Styles, September 18

    Nominees and guests alike chose necklines dropping almost down to the waist, or dresses slit at the hip.

  17. Gin Wong, Who Designed Futuristic Buildings in Los Angeles, Dies at 94 Obits, September 17

    Perhaps best known for a Union 76 gas station in Beverly Hills, Mr. Wong also did design work for the Los Angeles airport and CBS Television City.

  18. Where Tourism Thrives in Mexico, Bloodshed and Poverty Are Blocks Away Foreign, September 16

    A surge of violence has shaken the once-peaceful tourist destination of Los Cabos, exposing stark inequality and longstanding government indifference.

  19. Lurid Lawsuit’s Quiet End Leaves Silicon Valley Start-Up Barely Dented Business, September 15

    For all the outcry over how women are treated in the tech industry, the resolution of a sexual harassment case against Upload, a virtual reality start-up, shows that little has changed.

  20. Farhad’s and Mike’s Week in Tech: New iPhones and Facebook Ads Business, September 15

    Two Times tech reporters discuss the week’s events and developments in Silicon Valley, including a certain Apple iPhone event.

  21. Five Places to Go in Ojai, Calif. Travel, September 15

    A hipster haven in the mountains near Los Angeles, Ojai is drawing fashion types and foodies with new shops, restaurants and cool places to hang out.

  22. Making Chicano Life Visible Lens, September 14

    The relatively unknown story of photography’s important role in the Chicano movement is featured in a new exhibition at the Autry Museum of the American West.

  23. Making Chicano Life Visible , September 14

    The relatively unknown story of photography’s important role in the Chicano movement is featured in a new exhibition at the Autry Museum of the American West.

  24. Making Chicano Life Visible Slideshow, September 14

    The relatively unknown story of photography’s important role in the Chicano movement is featured in a new exhibition at the Autry Museum of the American West.

  25. Silicon Valley’s Dark Side (Again) Insider, September 13

    Mike Cagney, the C.E.O. of SoFi, quit this week amid allegations of sexual harassment, which two Times reporters had already spent weeks following.

  26. 15 Marines Are Hurt, 6 Critically, in Accident at Camp Pendleton National, September 13

    The Marines were training in an amphibious vehicle when it caught fire Wednesday morning. The Marine Corps said the cause was under investigation.

  27. Todd Marinovich, Football’s Cautionary Tale, Is Playing Again at 48 Sports, September 13

    “I really haven’t known how to deal with life,” says Marinovich, a starting quarterback in the World Developmental League.

  28. The Oakland A’s Are Trying to Solve Their Stadium Problem. Still. Sports, September 12

    Dave Kaval, the team’s new president, aims to accomplish what executives for decades have failed to do: Move out of the dilapidated Coliseum.

  29. Explore 7 N.F.L. Cities Beyond Football Travel, September 12

    Not everyone loves football, but there’s plenty to like about the N.F.L. cities hosting games this weekend.

  30. A Family Travel Playbook: Make Plans, Prepare to Let Them Go Travel, September 12

    Through the years, a strategy has emerged — book a hotel for the night before you arrive, never worry about the weather, make a few (only a few) reservations.

  31. On the Path of Chuck Berry’s ‘Promised Land,’ Five Decades On Travel, September 11

    The musician’s 1964 hit chronicles the African-American experience in the 20th century. We followed Mr. Berry’s lyrical route to see what had changed.

  32. Traditions Revived at a Tribal Culture Camp Culture, September 10

    An ancient ceremonial practice of regalia is flourishing anew. For the Yurok Indians it is art — and a conduit to the spirit world.

  33. Legal Marijuana Is Almost Here. If Only Pot Farmers Were on Board. National, September 9

    The black market for marijuana in California is thriving as growers shun the legalized system that comes into effect in January.

  34. Youth in San Diego: Skateboards, Beach Hangs and Chicano Culture Styles, September 9

    “The city breathes skateboarding,” said Bruna Stalliviere, whom John Francis Peters met while photographing young San Diegans this summer.

  35. Napolitano Sues Trump to Save DACA Program She Helped Create Washington, September 8

    Ms. Napolitano, the homeland security secretary under President Obama, signed the memo creating DACA and now is president of the University of California system.

  36. Using Silicon Valley Tactics, LinkedIn’s Founder Is Working to Blunt Trump Business, September 8

    Reid Hoffman, who founded LinkedIn, is funding groups to create a bulwark against Mr. Trump’s agenda. Whether his start-up approach is effective is unclear.

  37. Infectious Mosquitoes Are Turning Up in New Regions Science, September 7

    From Southern California to the South Pacific, reports of nonnative species are rising.

  38. Silicon Valley’s Politics: Liberal, With One Big Exception Business, September 6

    A new Stanford study found that the nation’s tech elite are extremely liberal on most issues — except when it comes to regulation.

  39. Lana Del Rey, a Character No More Culture, September 6

    At a show kicking off a handful of concerts supporting her latest album, “Lust for Life,” the focus wasn’t on the singer’s persona, but her voice.

  40. $1.7 Million Homes in Massachusetts, California and Maine Real Estate, September 6

    An 1841 converted church and parsonage on Martha’s Vineyard, a midcentury-modern home in Calabasas and a 1769 house in Boothbay.

  41. What You Get for $1.7 Million Slideshow, September 6

    An 1841 converted church and parsonage on Martha’s Vineyard, a midcentury-modern home in Calabasas, Calif., and a 1769 house in Boothbay, Me.

  42. How Local Housing Regulations Smother the U.S. Economy Op Ed, September 6

    Americans can’t afford to move to the cities with strong job markets like New York, San Francisco and Boston.

  43. David Hockney, Contrarian, Shifts Perspectives Arts & Leisure, September 5

    Mr. Hockney’s new paintings are riveting in their spatial distortions. A born colorist, he’d rather be a Cubist.

  44. They Worked for America. Now These Afghans Face Violence and Poverty Here. Lens, September 5

    Afghans who risked their lives working for the U.S. military were granted safe haven in California. Danger awaited them there as well.

  45. They Worked for America. Now These Afghans Face Violence and Poverty Here. , September 5

    Afghans who risked their lives working for the U.S. military were granted safe haven in California. Danger awaited them there as well.

  46. Why Can’t We Get Cities Right? Op Ed, September 4

    Caught between rampant development and NIMBYism.

  47. Wildfires Scorch Los Angeles in the Midst of a Heat Wave National, September 3

    More than 1,000 firefighters battled a stubborn fire that destroyed three homes and scorched thousands of acres of land.

  48. A West Coast Spotlight on Latino Artists Leads the Fall Art Season Arts & Leisure, September 3

    “Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA” with some 70 museum exhibitions, is a must-see in a season of old masters, overdue solos and big surveys.

  49. To Understand Rising Inequality, Consider the Janitors at Two Top Companies, Then and Now Upshot, September 3

    Focusing on core competence and outsourcing the rest has made U.S. companies lean, nimble and productive. It has also left lots of people worse off.

  50. Goodbye, Yosemite. Hello, What? Op Ed, September 2

    Confederate statues are not our only monuments to self-delusion.

  51. Where There’s Smoke, There’s a Conspiracy Theory at a Russian Consulate National, September 1

    Just what the Russians had set afire at their consulate in San Francisco, a day after the State Department ordered it shuttered, remains a burning question.

  52. If Not for ‘The Jinx,’ Robert Durst May Have Avoided Murder Charges Metro, September 1

    Mr. Durst’s “obsession” with being unfairly suspected of murder led him to pursue the documentary film that led to new charges, his lawyer said.

  53. Juicero, Start-Up With a $700 Juicer and Top Investors, Shuts Down Business, September 1

    Juicero stood out — even in Silicon Valley — for raising enormous sums of money despite an unproven business plan.

  54. In Silicon Valley, Working 9 to 5 Is for Losers Op Ed, August 31

    A century ago, factory workers went on strike to demand better conditions. Today, start-up “hustlers” celebrate their own exploitation.

  55. In Retaliation, U.S. Orders Russia to Close Consulate in San Francisco Washington, August 31

    The order to close the consulate and two diplomatic annexes, in New York and Washington, was expected since Russia told the United States to cut its diplomatic staff there.

  56. What to See in Los Angeles Art Galleries This Week Weekend, August 31

    The Galleries column ventures to the West Coast for a look at several shows currently on view in Los Angeles.

  57. With New Arts Space in San Francisco, a Private Collection Becomes Public Culture, August 31

    The McEvoy Foundation for the Arts, opening Oct. 28, will display photographs and other works Nion McEvoy has amassed.

  58. The New Wave in Floral Arrangements T Style, August 31

    For the most innovative designers working today, form is just as important as flora.

  59. The Incarcerated Women Who Fight California’s Wildfires Magazine, August 31

    By choice, for less than $2 an hour, the female inmate firefighters of California work their bodies to the breaking point. Sometimes they even risk their lives.

  60. Houston Curfew Follows Many in Big Cities Facing Disaster or Unrest Express, August 30

    Los Angeles, Detroit, Boston and Chicago are among the other large cities that have imposed restrictions during trying times in the past half-century.

  61. ‘Cuz’ Mourns a Loss and Denounces a System Culture, August 30

    Danielle Allen’s new book is about her cousin’s troubled life and death, and his experience in and out of the California criminal justice system.

  62. Kalanick’s Feud With Benchmark Goes to Arbitration for Now, Judge Rules Business, August 30

    The ruling was a preliminary victory for Travis Kalanick, Uber’s former C.E.O., who has been sued by Benchmark, an investor in the ride-hailing company.

  63. E-Sports Found a Growing Niche. Now They Start to Find Homes. Sports, August 29

    The Esports Arena in Santa Ana, Calif., is the beginning of a movement to build venues for dozens of video game tournaments and leagues.

  64. In Our Cynical Age, No One Fails Anymore — Everybody ‘Pivots’ Magazine, August 29

    From Silicon Valley to the White House, changing your narrative is as easy as announcing your intention to do so.

  65. Eggslut’s Alvin Cailan Tries Healthy Indulgence at Paper Planes Food, August 28

    The chef envisions his first restaurant in the city, to open by the end of the year, as part all-day restaurant, part “nouveau deli.”

  66. Pop Star Egos Are Pushed Aside at Wacky, Socially Aware MTV V.M.A.s Arts, August 28

    The show, hosted by Katy Perry, started off with lighthearted tweaks of pop perfectionism, then turned to more serious issues.

  67. How to Make an American Fashion Brand (No Sewing Required!) Fashion & Style, August 26

    LPA, a year-old label by the Parsons dropout and bon vivant Lara Pia Arrobio, is beloved by Lena Dunham, Emily Ratajkowski and, yes, the Kardashians.

  68. For Latino Artists in Sci-Fi Show, Everyone’s an Alien Arts, August 25

    This fall, 70 transcultural museum shows will explore Los Angeles’s ties to Latin America in a far-reaching survey, “Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.”

  69. The Worst (and Best) Places to Be Gay in America Interactive, August 25

    If the Trump administration won’t protect gay people, we’re at the mercy of our ZIP codes.

  70. In Downtown Los Angeles, the Return of the Movie Palace Travel, August 25

    As the neighborhood’s renaissance enters its teenage years, cinemas are coming back to life, with live music bringing crowds and energy back to neglected venues.

  71. How Do You Define the California Dream? Interactive, August 24

    The New York Times would like to hear from people who live in California — or who are planning to move to the state — about how they would define the California Dream.

  72. Lunch Alone at the Bar N.Y. / Region, August 24

    A solitary meal at a chic restaurant turns into something quite different.