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  1. Most Big School Districts Aren’t Ready to Reopen. Here’s Why. National, Yesterday

    All but two of the nation’s 10 largest districts exceed a key public health threshold, according to a New York Times analysis.

  2. What It’s Been Like to Vote in 2020 So Far Politics, Yesterday

    Long lines. Pizza at the polls. Absentee ballots that never showed up. And that’s just the warm-up to November.

  3. Naya Rivera’s Death Ruled Accidental Drowning Express, Yesterday

    No traumatic injuries or disease were found, the medical examiner said.

  4. How a Velvet Ant (Which Is a Wasp) Got Its White Fluff Science, Yesterday

    The thistledown velvet ant (which is actually a wasp) resembles creosote fuzz. But mimicry isn’t the reason, a new study suggests.

  5. The Specter of Caste in Silicon Valley Op Ed, Yesterday

    Indian immigrants from Dalit backgrounds are rising up against caste discrimination at their workplaces in the United States.

  6. California Man Is Accused of Driving Into a Group of Black People Express, Yesterday

    Prosecutors have accused Dennis Wyman of a hate crime, saying he hit an off-duty security guard with his car in Torrance, Calif., last month.

  7. Newsom Rolls Back Reopening in California National, Yesterday

    Tuesday: The governor announced that many businesses must close once again. Also: Los Angeles and San Diego schools will be online-only in the fall.

  8. San Diego Sheriff’s Deputy Is Charged With Second-Degree Murder Express, July 13

    Sheriff’s Deputy Aaron Russell, 23, is accused of fatally shooting an unarmed man, Nicholas Bils, 36, in the back.

  9. Navy Warship Is Still Ablaze, and Now Tilting to One Side National, July 13

    The U.S.S. Bonhomme Richard in San Diego is listing because of water from the fire hoses, tugboats and helicopters fighting the inferno, which has destroyed the ship’s forward mast.

  10. Body of Naya Rivera Is Found at California Lake, Sheriff Says Video, July 13

    Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayub said search teams recovered Ms. Rivera’s body on Monday, almost a week after she was reported missing.

  11. Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today N Y T Now, July 13

    California and its schools roll back reopenings.

  12. Los Angeles and San Diego Schools to Go Online-Only in the Fall National, July 13

    California’s two largest districts made the joint call amid a White House push to get children back into classrooms.

  13. Newsom Announces Rollbacks in California’s Reopening Plans Video, July 13

    Gov. Gavin Newsom of California said he was moving to close indoor operations for restaurants, wineries, movie theaters and zoos. Bars would be forced to close all operations.

  14. ‘I Can’t Keep Doing This:’ Small-Business Owners Are Giving Up Business, July 13

    More owners are permanently shutting their doors after new lockdown orders, realizing that there may be no end in sight to the crisis.

  15. Body Found at California Lake Where Naya Rivera Disappeared Express, July 13

    Ms. Rivera, 33, went missing last week after going boating in Lake Piru with her young son.

  16. Naya Rivera Is Found Dead at Lake Piru, Officials Say Express, July 13

    Ms. Rivera, a star of the show “Glee,” disappeared last week after going boating on the California lake with her young son.

  17. Los Angeles Apparel Factory Shut Down After More Than 300 Coronavirus Cases Styles, July 13

    The company’s chief executive, Dov Charney, had staged a professional comeback by making masks. Four workers have died from the virus.

  18. A Big California Quake Just Got ‘a Little Likelier’ Climate, July 13

    A new analysis puts the likelihood of an earthquake slightly higher than earlier forecasts, but researchers said there’s no reason to panic.

  19. $4 Million Homes in California Real Estate, July 13

    A Spanish Colonial Revival house in Ojai, a 1901 Victorian in San Francisco and a Southwestern-style home in Santa Monica.

  20. What You Get for $4 Million in California Slideshow, July 13

    A Spanish Colonial Revival house in Ojai, a 1901 Victorian in San Francisco and a Southwestern-style home in Santa Monica.

  21. Are State Parks and Campgrounds Open in California? National, July 13

    You can visit most of California’s state and national parks, but here’s what to know before you go.

  22. I’m an Actor of Color. My Curls Aren’t Wanted. Op Ed, July 13

    I know if I want to land more roles, I need to look white.

  23. I’m an Actor of Color. My Curls Aren’t Wanted. Video, July 13

    I know if I want to land more roles, I need to look white.

  24. Navy Ship Continues to Burn Off San Diego After Fire Injures 57 Express, July 12

    A Navy spokesman said that 34 sailors and 23 civilians were treated for minor injuries after a fire and explosion aboard the U.S.S. Bonhomme Richard.

  25. Fire Badly Damages San Gabriel Mission in California Express, July 11

    The fire broke out one day after $200,000 in renovations had been completed at the church, which is more than 200 years old.

  26. No Foul Play in Robert Fuller’s Death, Private Inquiry Finds Video, July 10

    A lawyer for the family of Robert Fuller, who was found hanging from a tree in California last month, said there was no evidence to suggest that anything was “racially motivated.”

  27. Officers Shot Latino Man Five Times in the Back, Autopsy Says Express, July 10

    Andres Guardado was killed in Southern California last month. His family said he was working as a security guard for an auto body shop the day he was shot.

  28. Thinking of Traveling in the U.S.? These States Have Travel Restrictions Travel, July 10

    A third of states have strict measures in place for visitors, from mandatory testing to quarantine requirements.

  29. 11 of Our Best Weekend Reads News Desk, July 10

    Lessons from the pandemic. A car-free future. Elephants in crisis. New fiction. Ennio Morricone dies. A behind-the-scenes look at the New York City subway. And more.

  30. Lockdowns Spared Millions of Animals From Becoming Roadkill, Researchers Say Express, July 10

    The number of wild animals killed by vehicle traffic was down as much as 45 percent in Maine and 21 percent in California, according to a U.C. Davis report.

  31. Sutter Health’s Request to Delay $575 Million Settlement Is Denied Science, July 10

    The large California hospital system wanted to postpone an agreement reached in a state antitrust case, as coronavirus cases rise.

  32. Left Behind as the World Reopens Real Estate, July 10

    As stay-at-home orders are relaxed and others venture back out, people with pre-existing conditions see even greater risk from the coronavirus.

  33. Left Behind as the World Reopens Real Estate, July 10

    As stay-at-home orders are relaxed and others venture back out, people with pre-existing conditions see even greater risk from the coronavirus.

  34. Why Is a Tech Executive Installing Security Cameras Around San Francisco? Sunday Business, July 10

    Chris Larsen knows that a crypto mogul spending his own money for a city’s camera surveillance system might sound creepy. He’s here to explain why it’s not.

  35. Bracing for California Wildfires During a Pandemic National, July 10

    Friday: California is heading into a difficult season. Also: How the pandemic is accelerating the growth of logistics in the Inland Empire.

  36. California, After Riding a Boom, Braces for Hard Times Business, July 10

    Early hopes for a quick rebound from the pandemic have yielded to worries about its long-term impact on state finances and the governor’s ambitious agenda.

  37. Robert Fuller’s Hanging Was a Suicide, Investigation Finds Express, July 9

    The case was one of two hangings in California that drew scrutiny amid nationwide protests after the killing of George Floyd. Both have been ruled suicides.

  38. ‘Big Mess’ Looms if Schools Don’t Get Billions to Reopen Safely National, July 9

    As President Trump and others push to get students back in the classroom this fall, educators say they need more support and clearer guidelines.

  39. 5 Arrested in Connection With Pop Smoke Killing Culture, July 9

    The Los Angeles Police Department said it had taken three adult men and two minors into custody on Thursday, following the February shooting of the rising rap star in the Hollywood Hills.

  40. ‘Big Mess’ Looms if Schools Don’t Get Billions to Reopen Safely National, July 9

    As President Trump and others push to get students back in the classroom this fall, educators say they need more support and clearer guidelines.

  41. How Berkeley Could Remove the Police From Traffic Stops National, July 9

    Thursday: The city’s proposal appears to be the first of its kind in the country. Also: A coronavirus update.

  42. Warehouse Workers in a Bind as Virus Spikes in Southern California National, July 9

    California’s efforts to at once contain the coronavirus and the economic devastation trailing in its wake have converged in the Inland Empire.

  43. Naya Rivera, ‘Glee’ Actress, Is Missing at California Lake Express, July 9

    There was “no indication” the 33-year-old actress made it to shore after going missing Wednesday, the authorities said. They were focusing the search on the waters of Lake Piru.

  44. Newsom Says California Has the Capacity to Treat 50,000 Virus Patients Video, July 8

    On Wednesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom of California said he had been working with healthcare officials to ensure the state did not get overwhelmed with the increase in coronavirus hospitalizations over the past few weeks.

  45. Overlooked No More: Brad Lomax, a Bridge Between Civil Rights Movements Obits, July 8

    A member of the Black Panthers, he helped lead a historic, and successful, sit-in in San Francisco as part of a nationwide anti-discrimination campaign on behalf of people with disabilities.

  46. Trump Threatens to Cut Funding if Schools Do Not Fully Reopen Washington, July 8

    Disregarding the advice of his own health experts, President Trump also attacked the C.D.C.’s reopening guidelines as onerous and expensive.

  47. Meet the New Leader of the University of California National, July 8

    Wednesday: Michael V. Drake is the first Black president in the 152-year history of the U.C. system.

  48. Woman Says She Was Fired Because Her Children Disrupted Her Work Calls Express, July 8

    Drisana Rios of San Diego said in a lawsuit that she lost her job with an insurance brokerage firm after a supervisor complained that her children were being noisy during meetings.

  49. 2 People Charged With Hate Crime After Black Lives Matter Mural Is Vandalized Express, July 7

    If convicted, the two residents of Martinez, Calif., could face up to a year in jail, prosecutors say.

  50. Los Angeles School District Cut Its Police Department, Then the Chief Resigned National, July 7

    The former chief called the decision “potentially life-threatening” for students and staff members.

  51. Los Angeles School District Cut Its Police Budget, Then the Chief Resigned National, July 7

    The former chief called the decision “potentially life-threatening” for students and staff members.

  52. Los Angeles School District Cut Its Police Department, Then the Chief Resigned National, July 7

    The former chief called the decision “potentially life-threatening” for students and staff members.

  53. Ben Ehrenreich’s Dispatches From the Beginning and End of the World Book Review, July 7

    In “Desert Notebooks,” a study of arid America reveals the roots of our present calamities.

  54. $1.5 Million Homes in California Real Estate, July 6

    A Craftsman house in Los Angeles, a chalet-style home in Tahoe City and a 1924 bungalow in San Anselmo.

  55. What You Get for $1.5 Million in California Slideshow, July 6

    A Craftsman house in Los Angeles, a chalet-style home in Tahoe City and a 1924 bungalow in San Anselmo.

  56. Police Seek 2 White People Who Were Seen Vandalizing Black Lives Matter Mural Express, July 5

    “I’m not so surprised that it happened,” said the mural’s organizer, Justin Gomez. “I’m surprised at how bold they chose to be.”

  57. Trump Falsely Claims ‘99 Percent’ of Virus Cases Are ‘Totally Harmless’ Washington, July 5

    The president dismissed the severity of the pandemic, downplaying the effect of the disease even as infections surge across the Sunbelt and rebound in California.

  58. Critics Fear Amtrak Is Using Pandemic to Cut Service That Won’t Return Washington, July 3

    Members of Congress are angry that the rail agency is asking for more money while planning to lay off staff and reduce services. Smaller communities that rely on rail service could be badly hurt.

  59. He Drove 3,000 Miles to Find a Pool and Ended Up in the Ocean Sports, July 3

    Rudy Garcia-Tolson is determined to make a fifth Paralympic team, even if he has to start at the bottom. Or on a surfboard.

  60. How the Coronavirus Is Transforming July 4 in Los Angeles Politics, July 3

    While the camaraderie that comes from attending fireworks and tailgates will be absent, technology may help new traditions take hold.

  61. The Mug Shot, a Crime Story Staple, Is Dropped by Some Newsrooms and Police Express, July 3

    The San Francisco Police Department said it would no longer release mug shots because they reinforce racial biases, joining a growing movement by newspapers and broadcasters to curtail their use.

  62. The Shaman of Instagram Styles, July 3

    Durek Verrett, friend of Gwyneth Paltrow and consort of the Princess of Norway, wants to bring spiritual healing to the masses.

  63. Newsom Urges Californians to Avoid Large Holiday Events Video, July 2

    Gov. Gavin Newsom introduced a public awareness campaign about the importance of wearing masks to flatten the curve of the coronavirus, and urged residents to refrain from large gatherings this holiday weekend.

  64. San Francisco Police Department to Limit the Release of Mug Shots Video, July 2

    San Francisco’s police chief announced that the department won’t release mug shots of people who have been arrested unless they posed a public safety threat.

  65. Tesla Shines During the Pandemic as Other Automakers Struggle Business, July 2

    The electric carmaker’s deliveries fell only modestly as sales in China and other overseas markets nearly made up for lost sales in the United States.

  66. Portraits of Essential California Workers National, July 2

    Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday announced a major rollback of the state’s reopening.

  67. The Boat Business Is Booming Styles, July 2

    Dealers are in short supply as coastal Americans plan for more local summers. As one buyer put it: “Boats are sexier than sitting in your car.”

  68. A puñetazos por (no llevar) un cubrebocas: la nueva guerra estadounidense en Español, July 2

    En estados como California, Texas y Florida, muchos trabajadores esenciales tienen una tarea adicional: la resolución de conflictos entre los defensores y los detractores de las mascarillas.

  69. Reeling From a Surge in Cases, California Closes Bars for Most Residents National, July 1

    With hospitalizations up by more than 50 percent in the past two weeks, the governor ordered many indoor operations closed. Other states are also slowing their reopening plans.

  70. PG&E, Troubled California Utility, Emerges From Bankruptcy Business, July 1

    The company, which has a new board and chief executive, said it had put $5.4 billion and its stock in a trust for victims of wildfires started by its equipment.

  71. Facebook Can’t Be Reformed Op Ed, July 1

    We need to reimagine the social network or find a way to survive its dominance.

  72. Should Californians Get Guaranteed Income? National, July 1

    Wednesday: A conversation with Mayor Michael Tubbs of Stockton about why he wants to make it happen. Also: Get ready for an update from Gov. Gavin Newsom.

  73. After Internment, a Store Was Born. It’s Still an L.A. Staple. Special Sections, July 1

    Bunkado, a gift shop that opened in 1946 in Little Tokyo, tells the story of a Japanese-American family.

  74. I’m Not Ready to Go Back to Restaurants. Is Anyone? Dining, June 30

    Restaurateurs have become de facto public-health officials as Covid-19 cases spike all over the country, and it’s a problem.

  75. San Quentin Prison Was Free of the Virus. One Decision Fueled an Outbreak. National, June 30

    The virus arrived in San Quentin after busloads of prisoners were transferred from another facility where infections were rising. What happened is a warning for the nation’s prisons, experts say.

  76. Fighting Over Masks in Public Is the New American Pastime Styles, June 30

    In states like California, Texas and Florida, many essential workers have been given an additional task: conflict resolution.

  77. What to Know About California’s ‘Dimmer Switch’ Reopening National, June 30

    Tuesday: Businesses may have to close again. Also: Gov. Gavin Newsom signs the budget; and an ending for the Golden State Killer cases.

  78. ‘Our Luck May Have Run Out’: California’s Case Count Explodes National, June 29

    Los Angeles County, which has been averaging more than 2,000 new cases each day, surpassed 100,000 total cases on Monday.

  79. A Vodka for Our Time Dining, June 29

    Quarantine Vodka, a new spirit from San Diego, is meant for the home bar and is named for pandemic life.

  80. Former Police Officer Pleads Guilty in Golden State Killer Cases Video, June 29

    During a hearing inside a ballroom at Sacramento State University, Joseph James DeAngelo pleaded guilty to a series of murders that began in the 1970s.

  81. Joseph DeAngelo Pleads Guilty in Golden State Killer Cases Express, June 29

    The string of rapes and murders stretched back to the 1970s. On Monday, in a converted ballroom in Sacramento, the former police officer admitted his guilt.

  82. College Is Worth It, but Campus Isn’t Sunday Business, June 29

    Bringing millions of students back to campus would create enormous risks for society but comparatively little educational benefit, an economist says.

  83. $2.6 Million Homes in California Real Estate, June 29

    A French Normandy-style house in Pasadena, a contemporary farmhouse-style home in El Segundo and a converted 1910 municipal building in Port Costa.

  84. What You Get for $2.6 Million in California Slideshow, June 29

    A French Normandy-style house in Pasadena, a contemporary farmhouse-style home in El Segundo and a converted 1910 municipal building in Port Costa.

  85. How the Pandemic Is Making It Tougher to Study Whales National, June 29

    Monday: Whales are dying at alarming rates, but the pandemic is keeping researchers away. Also: Gov. Gavin Newsom closes bars in some counties.

  86. Swimming With the Sea Lions of Los Islotes Travel, June 29

    Sea lions are often referred to as “dogs of the sea.” On a small island off the Baja coast, where the playful animals populate every rocky outcropping, they live up to their nickname.

  87. 4 San Jose Officers Put on Leave Amid Probe Into Racist Facebook Posts Express, June 28

    Officials are investigating inflammatory remarks, including anti-Muslim comments, by current and former police officers in a private Facebook group.

  88. ‘We Could Be Feeling This for the Next Decade’: Virus Hits College Towns National, June 28

    Opening bars and bringing back football teams have led to new outbreaks. Communities that evolved around campuses face potentially existential losses in population, jobs and revenue.

  89. 2 Dead in Shooting at Walmart Distribution Center in California, Including Gunman Express, June 27

    An employee at the center in Red Bluff, Calif., said he had heard 50 to 60 shots as he and other employees fled the building.

  90. Starbucks Barista Gets $87,000 in Donations After Customer’s Mask Complaint Express, June 27

    A woman who was not wearing a mask griped on Facebook about the barista, who had tried to explain company policy. Her post unexpectedly led to an outpouring of money for the worker.

  91. Uber Rides Cost More? OK Editorial, June 27

    Many gig-based business models help customers take advantage of workers. Let’s stop giving tech companies a free ride.

  92. Leaders Re-examine U.S. Reopenings as Coronavirus Cases Hit Another Record National, June 26

    Officials nationwide were rethinking their efforts to slow the virus, which the nation’s top infectious disease expert said were “not working.”

  93. The Pandemic Work Diary of a Napa C.E.O. Sunday Business, June 26

    The first African-American to run a major winery, Carlton McCoy spends his days making his industry more approachable and more inclusive.

  94. Many Latinos Couldn’t Stay Home. Now Virus Cases Are Soaring in Their Communities. National, June 26

    Rates of coronavirus infection among Latinos have risen rapidly across the United States.

  95. Why Aren’t Face Shields More Popular? National, June 26

    There are benefits to wearing face shields, but experts say there are limits to the amount of protection they can offer.

  96. Why Aren’t Face Shields More Popular in California? National, June 26

    There are benefits to wearing face shields, but experts say there are limits to the amount of protection they can offer.

  97. The Radical Quilting of Rosie Lee Tompkins Interactive, June 26

    A triumphal retrospective at the Berkeley Art Museum confirms her standing as one of the great American artists — transcending craft, challenging painting and reshaping the canon.

  98. Muchos latinos no pudieron quedarse en casa. Ahora se están enfermando en Español, June 26

    Las tasas de infección de coronavirus en las comunidades latinas han crecido rápidamente en todo Estados Unidos.

  99. Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today N Y T Now, June 25

    Updates on the surges in Texas, California, Arizona and Florida.

  100. Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today U.S., June 25

    Updates on the surges in Texas, California, Arizona and Florida.

  101. You’re Probably Inhaling Microplastics Right Now Op Ed, June 25

    A new study found plentiful evidence of these tiny particles in dust in the nation’s most remote places.

  102. Devin Nunes Can’t Sue Twitter Over Cow and Mom Parodies, Judge Says Express, June 25

    The California Republican said that the posts by the accounts, including one named “Devin Nunes’ cow,” were defamatory.

  103. New Rule in California Will Require Zero-Emissions Trucks Climate, June 25

    More than half of trucks sold in the state must be zero-emissions by 2035, and all of them by 2045.

  104. How an Oakland Bar Is Preparing to Reopen National, June 25

    Thursday: An update on the Hatch. Also: Gov. Gavin Newsom addresses a steep rise in cases.

  105. California Primary Forecast Interactive, June 24

  106. Andy Goldsworthy Sculpture in San Francisco Is Damaged by Fire Culture, June 24

    The fire department is investigating arson as a possible cause.

  107. Strong Earthquake Strikes Central California Express, June 24

    The authorities said that no injuries had been reported, but that campgrounds near Mount Whitney had been evacuated after a rockslide in the area.

  108. $1.1 Million Homes in Washington, California and Vermont Real Estate, June 24

    A waterfront bungalow on Bainbridge Island, a modern sanctuary in Los Angeles and an expanded late 18th-century farmhouse on more than 85 acres in Dummerston.

  109. What You Get for $1.1 Million Slideshow, June 24

    A waterfront bungalow on Bainbridge Island, Wash.; a modern sanctuary in Los Angeles; and an expanded 1782 farmhouse in Dummerston, Vt.

  110. An Asian-American Author Talks About Racism in the Pandemic National, June 24

    Wednesday: “It’s intimidating and knocks the wind out of you,” she said.

  111. Paul Fortune, L.A. Designer to the Stars, Dies at 69 Obits, June 23

    He designed the interiors of the Tower Bar and the homes of Sofia Coppola, Marc Jacobs and other celebrities.

  112. Ron Jeremy, Adult Film Star, Charged With Sexually Assaulting 4 Women Culture, June 23

    Three of the attacks occurred at the same bar in West Hollywood, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office said.

  113. How the Pandemic Has Been Brutal for Seniors National, June 23

    Tuesday: Some of the most vulnerable have been evicted from nursing homes. Also: More police shootings spur protests; and the debate about statues.

  114. Did a Mountain Lion Kill 3 Marsupials at the San Francisco Zoo? Express, June 23

    Two wallaroos and a red kangaroo were found dead in an outdoor exhibit days before a young mountain lion was captured in the city.

  115. This Monument to White Supremacy Hides in Plain Sight Op Ed, June 23

    The invisibility of Drake’s Cross in a San Francisco park may make it the most fitting monument to white supremacy in the country.

  116. Un viaje de 8000 kilómetros para decir adiós a dos metros de distancia en Español, June 22

    Muchas personas no han logrado llegar al lecho de muerte de sus familiares durante la pandemia. Yo fui una de las pocas afortunadas.

  117. Maurice Harris Is a Superstar. Can He Bend Capitalism to His Talents? Styles, June 22

    He’s a star florist. He’s got a design show, an Instagram presence and a cafe. He’s a visual artist and an entrepreneur. Will he make it through the year?

  118. Maurice Harris Is a Superstar. Can He Bend Capitalism to His Talents? Styles, June 22

    He’s a star florist. He’s got a design show, an Instagram presence and a cafe. He’s a visual artist and an entrepreneur. Will he make it through the year?

  119. P.G.A. Championship Will Proceed Without Fans Sports, June 22

    Men’s golf’s first major tournament of the year will be held Aug. 6 to 9 at San Francisco’s T.P.C. Harding Park. After initially expressing pessimism, California health officials approved the plan.

  120. $550,000 Homes in California Real Estate, June 22

    A two-bedroom retreat among the redwoods in Sea Ranch, a studio condominium in Los Angeles and a Mediterranean-style cottage in Richmond.

  121. What You Get for $550,000 in California Slideshow, June 22

    A two-bedroom retreat among the redwoods in Sea Ranch, a studio condominium in Los Angeles and a Mediterranean-style cottage in Richmond.

  122. Public Employees Are Accused of Vandalizing Black Lives Matter Sign Express, June 21

    A Sheriff’s Office worker and an investigative assistant with the District Attorney’s Office in Ventura County, Calif., were arrested after the authorities reviewed footage from a surveillance camera.

  123. Professor Who Asked Student to ‘Anglicize’ Her Name Is Put on Leave Express, June 21

    Matthew Hubbard, a mathematics professor in Oakland, Calif., said his emails to Phuc Bui Diem Nguyen, a Vietnamese-American college freshman, were both a “mistake” and “offensive.”

  124. Questions Surround Police Killing of Latino Man in California National, June 20

    Andres Guardado, 18, was killed after showing a weapon and fleeing deputies, according to the authorities. His family said he worked as a security guard.

  125. Family of Black Man Found Hanging Says Death Was by Suicide Express, June 20

    Malcolm Harsch was one of two black men whose bodies were found hanging from trees in California cities in recent weeks.

  126. PG&E’s Plan to Resolve Bankruptcy Wins Court Approval Business, June 19

    A federal judge decided Saturday that the California utility can put itself back together in time to take part in a crucial wildfire liability fund.

  127. The Summer Without Rodeos National, June 19

    Around the country, but mostly in small towns in the West, hundreds of professional rodeos have been canceled.

  128. Celebrating Juneteenth in California National, June 19

    Friday: A historian talks about the roots of the holiday and its importance in this moment. Also: The history of Bruce’s Beach.

  129. Traveling 5,000 Miles to Say Goodbye From Six Feet Away Foreign, June 19

    During the pandemic, many people have been unable to make it to the bedside of their dying relatives. I was one of the lucky ones.

  130. Two More Rings for the Home Team Styles, June 19

    Lindsay Hirsch and Dustin Schneider had to find a new spot to be married. The Golden State Warriors welcomed the couple.

  131. Food That’s a Business and a Comfort Special Sections, June 19

    A San Francisco-based Malaysian chef is keeping busy during the pandemic with a diverse business model that has allowed her to improvise and generate revenue.

  132. Park Police Head Had Been Accused of Illegal Searches and Unreliable Testimony Washington, June 18

    The force was centrally involved in the authorities’ use of pepper balls to clear protesters from a park near the White House this month.

  133. 10 Reasons You Should Give Riesling Another Look Dining, June 18

    Critics love it, consumers not so much. But the beauty of these wines requires stubborn advocacy because they are that good. Really.

  134. PG&E Ordered to Pay $3.5 Million Fine for Causing Deadly Fire Business, June 18

    A judge approved an agreement between the California utility and a prosecutor after hearing from survivors whose loved ones were among the 84 people killed in the Camp Fire.

  135. How Skateboarding Can Help Fight Racism National, June 18

    Thursday: A recent U.S.C. study about the sport takes on new urgency.

  136. All We Want Is Justice for Victims, Says the I.C.C. Op Ed, June 18

    Why is America attacking the International Criminal Court with economic pressure?

  137. Before Crash That Killed Kobe Bryant, Helicopter Service Raised Weather Concerns Express, June 17

    The pilot texted “weather looking OK” on the morning of the crash, which killed all nine people aboard the Sikorsky S-76B helicopter, according to newly released documents.

  138. ‘That ’70s Show’ Actor Danny Masterson Charged With Raping 3 Women Culture, June 17

    Masterson was accused of raping three women between 2001 and 2003, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office said.

  139. Ask Your Questions About the Pandemic in California National, June 17

    Wednesday: We know things are still confusing. Tell us what you want to know. Also: PG&E pleads guilty; and a remembrance.

  140. Former Bumble Bee C.E.O. Is Sentenced in Tuna Price-Fixing Scheme Express, June 16

    Christopher Lischewski was ordered to serve 40 months in prison for his lead role in a yearslong conspiracy to fix the price of canned tuna.

  141. Air Force Sergeant With Ties to Extremist Group Charged in Federal Officer’s Death National, June 16

    The sergeant had expressed his allegiance to the so-called boogaloo movement, an extremist ideology that seeks to overthrow the U.S. government.

  142. PG&E Pleads Guilty to 84 Counts of Manslaughter in Camp Fire Case Business, June 16

    The California utility’s transmission line started the 2018 fire that killed dozens and destroyed the town of Paradise.

  143. ‘Bold and the Beautiful’ to Resume Production With On-Set Covid Rules Culture, June 16

    The CBS daytime soap, set and filmed in Los Angeles, will begin shooting on Wednesday for the first time since March 17.

  144. PG&E to Plead Guilty in 84 Deaths Caused by Camp Fire Business, June 16

    The California utility has agreed to pay a nearly $2 billion fine for causing the blaze, which killed dozens and destroyed the town of Paradise.

  145. Prosecutor in Roger Stone Case Will Testify About Barr’s Intervention Washington, June 16

    The prosecutor is one of two Justice Department officials coming forward whom Democrats are calling whistle-blowers.

  146. California’s Reckoning With Racism Continues National, June 16

    Tuesday: Systems across the state, including law enforcement and higher education, grapple with how to adapt. Also: College graduates confront their new reality.

  147. Golden State Killer Suspect Expected to Plead Guilty and Avoid Death Penalty Express, June 15

    Joseph James DeAngelo Jr. is expected to accept a life sentence later this month for a series of murders and rapes in the 1970s and ’80s, one victim and close relatives of two other victims said.

  148. Asian Art Museum to Remove Bust of Patron. That’s Just a Start. Culture, June 15

    The museum will also hold public programs to examine Avery Brundage’s legacy, as well as questions around restitution, and work on “decolonizing’’ the museum.

  149. California Attorney General Pushes Series of Recommended Measures for Police Video, June 15

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  150. The 2021 Oscars Will Be Delayed Business, June 15

    The eligibility window for the film awards will be extended to Feb. 28, 2021 instead of Dec. 31, 2020.