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  1. Citing Coronavirus, Judge Orders Efforts to Release Migrant Children U.S., Today

    At least four children in government custody have tested positive for Covid-19, raising concerns about the virus’s spread in shelters.

  2. How Much Should the Public Know About Who Has the Coronavirus? U.S., Yesterday

    Amid calls for more transparency, a debate is raging among public health experts over how much data on the spread of the virus should be released.

  3. It’s Time to Talk About Death Opinion, March 27

    The coronavirus pandemic highlights how much we need to have conversations about end-of-life care.

  4. A Philadelphia Hospital Remains Closed as Talks Between the Owner and City Fall Apart U.S., March 27

    Hahnemann University Hospital could hold 500 patients with the coronavirus. But city officials said they could not pay the nearly $1 million a month the owner has requested.

  5. How Will the Federal Stimulus Help Californians? U.S., March 27

    Friday: Leaders say that it’s progress, but that more must be done. Also: Get to know the Navy hospital ship headed for Los Angeles.

  6. The Toilet Paper Had Armed Guards, and Other Coronavirus Stories Business, March 27

    Small, striking moments from a pandemic.

  7. Coronavirus Live Updates: U.S. Cases Top 100,000; Trump Signs $2 Trillion Relief Bill World, March 27

    President Trump, who had questioned the need for additional ventilators, pushes industry to make more. A new survey of mayors finds dire shortages of urgently needed medical supplies. And in Britain, Prime Minister Boris Johnson tested positive.

  8. Weaving a Way Out of Isolation Arts, March 26

    You can craft your way to a sense of community, says the artist Liza Lou. She’s creating her “comfort” project on Instagram in real time.

  9. At Walmart, the Coronavirus Makes It Feel Like Black Friday Opinion, March 26

    No matter how ill I have been, I’ve always gone to work.

  10. Snowbirds Ask: Should We Stay or Should We Go? Travel, March 26

    Millions of older Americans make an annual migration between the North and the South. The coronavirus pandemic has them questioning their plans to return home.

  11. Worried About Paying Your Rent or Mortgage in California? U.S., March 26

    Thursday: Gov. Gavin Newsom announced protections for homeowners. But many renters are still on the hook. Also: Cultivating your own garden.

  12. My Dad Has Coronavirus. I Don’t Know if I Should Say Goodbye. Opinion, March 26

    For over a week, my family has been caught in limbo, preparing for the worst.

  13. Are Guns ‘Essential’ in the Virus Era? Americans Stock Up as States Differ U.S., March 25

    Coronavirus anxiety has contributed to a boom in gun sales, but some states have ordered dealers to close alongside other businesses.

  14. Modern Love Podcast: Uzo Aduba Reads ‘How Bibliophiles Flirt’ Style, March 25

    The “Mrs. America” and “Orange is the New Black” actress reads an essay about a book lover’s embarrassing secret.

  15. ‘Plz Cancel Our Cleaning’: Virus Leads Many to Cast Aside Household Help U.S., March 25

    One family laid off its nanny but wondered if she would video chat with the children for free. Across the country, undocumented household workers are being cast out with little help.

  16. How to Apply for Unemployment Benefits in California U.S., March 25

    Wednesday: If you’ve lost work as a result of the coronavirus outbreak in California, here’s what to know.

  17. El coronavirus puede detenerse pero se necesitan medidas drásticas para lograrlo, dicen los expertos en Español, March 24

    Los científicos que han luchado contra otras pandemias describen las decisiones que se requieren para defenderse de un patógeno que se mueve con rapidez.

  18. Drivers Say Uber and Lyft Are Blocking Unemployment Pay Business, March 24

    States like New York and California have made gig workers eligible for jobless benefits and sick days. But the companies have resisted complying.

  19. Teenager’s Death in California Is Linked to Coronavirus U.S., March 24

    The victim would be one of the youngest in the United States. “Covid-19 does not discriminate by age, race or income level,” the Los Angeles County health department said.

  20. Don’t Forget About the Census U.S., March 24

    Tuesday: Here’s what you need to know to be counted. But first, an update from Gov. Gavin Newsom.

  21. Instead of Tearing It Down, They Rescued It Real Estate, March 24

    A couple of experienced renovators were looking for a house in the Bay Area to demolish — until one with a strong ‘midcentury vibe’ won their hearts.

  22. A Teardown? Not Even Close Slideshow, March 24

    A couple of experienced renovators were looking for a house in the Bay Area to demolish — until one with a strong ‘midcentury vibe’ won their hearts.

  23. Is Marijuana an ‘Essential’ Like Milk or Bread? Some States Say Yes U.S., March 24

    In most cases, marijuana businesses must, like restaurants, limit themselves to takeout or delivery. Black-market dealers are also busy, but feel little need to abide by official orders.

  24. Coronavirus Live Updates: As India Imposes 21-Day Lockdown, Trump Calls for U.S. to Be Open ‘by Easter’ World, March 24

    The Tokyo Olympics have been postponed. New York, now the center of the outbreak in America, braces for a flood of patients.

  25. This Is New York City’s Big ‘Enemy’ in the Coronavirus Fight New York, March 23

    So many people jammed into such a small space has helped turn the city into the U.S. epicenter of the outbreak.

  26. Density Is New York City’s Big ‘Enemy’ in the Coronavirus Fight New York, March 23

    New York is more crowded than any large city in the country. That helps explain why it is the U.S. epicenter of the outbreak.

  27. Battle-Hardened by Disasters, California Braces for Coronavirus Onslaught U.S., March 23

    Across California, a state with many large biotechnology companies, the promise of widespread access to testing for the coronavirus has not materialized.

  28. As Coronavirus Cases Add Up, California Frantically Counts Tests, Beds and Masks U.S., March 23

    Across a state with many large biotechnology companies, the promise of widespread access to testing for the coronavirus has not materialized.

  29. What Counts as an ‘Essential Business’? U.S., March 23

    Monday: Californians are navigating a new reality and finding that “stay at home” isn’t a black-and-white order.

  30. $1 Million Homes in California Real Estate, March 23

    A bungalow with a guesthouse and converted garage in San Luis Obispo, a grand Victorian in Sacramento and an Edwardian home in Berkeley.

  31. What You Get for $1 Million in California Slideshow, March 23

    A bungalow with a guesthouse and converted garage in San Luis Obispo, a grand Victorian in Sacramento and an Edwardian home in Berkeley.

  32. PG&E Will Plead Guilty to Involuntary Manslaughter in Camp Fire Business, March 23

    The California utility faced felony charges in connection with a 2018 wildfire that killed more than 80 people.

  33. Scientists Identify 69 Drugs to Test Against the Coronavirus Science, March 22

    Two dozen of the medicines are already under investigation. Also on the list: chloroquine, a drug used to treat malaria.

  34. Police Tread Lightly as Pandemic Spreads U.S., March 22

    Facing sweeping new safety orders, a frightened public and health risks of close contact, many police departments have decided that, for now, less is more.

  35. The Virus Can Be Stopped, but Only With Harsh Steps, Experts Say Health, March 22

    Scientists who have fought pandemics describe difficult measures needed to defend the United States against a fast-moving pathogen.

  36. Traffic and Pollution Plummet as U.S. Cities Shut Down for Coronavirus Interactive, March 22

    A satellite that detects pollution linked to cars and trucks shows declines over major metropolitan areas, including Los Angeles, Seattle, and New York.

  37. The Hottest Parties in Town Are Now Online Arts, March 21

    As many are quarantining or socially distancing themselves to curb the spread of the coronavirus, the party has moved to social media.

  38. The Hardest Questions Doctors May Face: Who Will Be Saved? Who Won’t? U.S., March 21

    As coronavirus infections explode in the U.S., hospitals could be forced to make harrowing choices if pushed to the brink. Planning is already underway.

  39. Watch How the Coronavirus Spread Across America Interactive, March 21

    It’s been two months since the first confirmed case was reported in the United States. As testing expanded and the virus spread, the number of new cases has multiplied at a rapid pace.

  40. Watch How the Coronavirus Spread Across the United States Interactive, March 21

    It’s been two months since the first confirmed case was reported in the United States. As testing expanded and the virus spread, the number of new cases has multiplied at a rapid pace.

  41. It’s Dangerous to Be Ruled by Fear Opinion, March 20

    The reaction to the pandemic should not be allowed to become as dangerous as the disease itself.

  42. One in Five Americans Ordered to Stay Home In Coronavirus Crackdown U.S., March 20

    Strict new directives, in New York, California, Illinois and other states, were intended to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

  43. Is the Coronavirus Shaping the Future of How We Work? Opinion, March 20

    There is already a sense that in the Golden State it is creating an inflection point of the same significance as World War II.

  44. Great Theater, Dance and Classical Music to Tune Into While Stuck at Home Arts, March 20

    “The Rosie O’Donnell Show” returns for a night with streaming and the Metropolitan Opera will have a week of Wagner starting on Monday. Here is a list of digital content.

  45. PG&E Reaches Agreement With Governor, Clearing Bankruptcy Hurdle Business, March 20

    The troubled California utility is agreeing to limit payouts to shareholders to satisfy Gov. Gavin Newsom in its effort to emerge from bankruptcy and qualify for a state wildfire fund.

  46. Boris Yaro, Whose Photo of an Assassination Endures, Dies at 81 Business, March 20

    In June 1968, Mr. Yaro took one of the seminal images of the killing of Robert F. Kennedy.

  47. When Stocking Grocery Shelves Turns Dangerous Business, March 20

    Grocery stores have been deemed essential businesses, meaning their employees are worried about being exposed to the coronavirus.

  48. 11 of Our Best Weekend Reads Briefing, March 20

    Families hit hard by the coronavirus. Is it OK to walk? The accusations were lies, but could they prove it? Diary of a Song: Grimes. And more.

  49. Coronavirus May Keep California’s Nursing Students From Graduating Health, March 20

    As many as 14,000 students may be unable to complete their rotations, making them unavailable to help.

  50. Newsom Orders All Californians to Stay Home U.S., March 20

    Friday: The governor took an extraordinary step to try to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

  51. When a Pandemic Strikes Americans Who Are Already Suffering Opinion, March 20

    For the homeless, drug addicts, miners with black lung and people crammed in apartments, Covid-19 will hit hard.

  52. Coronavirus Live Updates: One After Another, States Are Ordering Residents to Mostly Stay Indoors World, March 20

    New Jersey, Connecticut and Illinois were preparing to follow the lead set by California and New York in telling people to stay mostly inside. The Federal Reserve moved to backstop municipal money market funds, and the U.S. was set to close borders with Mexico and Canada.

  53. Gov. Gavin Newsom of California Orders Californians to Stay at Home U.S., March 19

    In making the announcement, Mr. Newsom has taken the most drastic step of any state leader to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

  54. After Mounting Criticism, Tesla Will Shut Down California Factory Business, March 19

    The electric carmaker had continued making cars in recent days in apparent defiance of a local county order limiting operations of nonessential businesses.

  55. After Mounting Criticism, Tesla Will Shut Down California Factory Business, March 19

    The electric carmaker had continued making cars in recent days in apparent defiance of a local county order limiting operations of nonessential businesses.

  56. Mal Sharpe, Groundbreaker in Street-Level Pranking, Dies at 83 Arts, March 19

    Long before late-night talk show hosts began doing it, he conducted absurd interviews with gullible passersby with his comedic partner, Jim Coyle.

  57. Policeman. Reality Star. Recent Ex-Boyfriend. Style, March 19

    Sean Larkin of “Live PD” wants you to think about thinking differently about police officers.

  58. Remember the Grand Princess? U.S., March 19

    Thursday: Checking in with the passengers of a cruise ship that became a site of fear over the outbreak.

  59. ‘We’re Petrified’: Immigrants Afraid to Seek Medical Care for Coronavirus U.S., March 18

    Trump administration policies that discourage immigrants from coming forward could hamper efforts to contain the epidemic.

  60. What to Know Before Going to the Grocery Store U.S., March 18

    Wednesday: An expert says the crowds are “exactly what we railed against.” Also: Two very good dogs keeping their owners company.

  61. They Clean the Buildings Workers Are Fleeing. But Who’s Protecting Them? U.S., March 18

    Janitors are going into offices to battle the invisible germs that threaten public health, sometimes without adequate protection or information about what they are facing.

  62. When Home Becomes a Classroom Reader Center, March 18

    As more and more schools close because of the coronavirus, a reporter talks about covering one family’s experience adjusting to online instruction.

  63. No Bus Service. Crowded Trains. Transit Systems Struggle With the Virus. U.S., March 17

    U.S. cities with public transit systems are being forced to adapt to the risks posed by the coronavirus, implementing new sanitation protocols while contending with fewer riders and workers.

  64. Can California Keep 9 Million People at Home? U.S., March 17

    Eight counties in Northern California have ordered residents to “shelter in place.” In the Sacramento area, residents were also being asked to stay home as much as possible.

  65. Coronavirus Live Updates: White House Seeks $850 Billion Stimulus as E.U. Bans Most Travelers World, March 17

    The number of known cases of the coronavirus in the U.S. has surpassed 5,000 as testing, which was initially limited, has expanded, according to a New York Times database that is tracking every identified case in the country.

  66. Man Who Stabbed Sisters on BART Platform Was Sane at Time, Judge Says U.S., March 16

    John Lee Cowell faces life in prison after a San Francisco judge ruled that he was sane when he fatally stabbed Nia Wilson on an Oakland train platform.

  67. ‘This Is Real. This Is Raw’: California Leaders Grapple With Virus Crisis U.S., March 16

    On Monday, six counties around Silicon Valley, one of the hardest-hit areas in the nation, announced a shelter-at-home order.

  68. To Battle Virus, 7 California Counties Order Everyone to Stay Home U.S., March 16

    On Monday, seven counties around Silicon Valley announced residents should not go out for three weeks except to meet “essential needs.”

  69. California Governor Orders Radical Changes to Daily Life U.S., March 16

    Monday: The governor told bars to close and residents 65 and older to stay home. Also: Mayor Eric Garcetti, of Los Angeles, ordered new restrictions.

  70. $4.3 Million Homes in California Real Estate, March 16

    A French Caribbean-inspired home in Newport Beach, a 1923 Spanish-style house in Beverly Hills and an estate with its own olive grove in Carmel Valley.

  71. What You Get for $4.3 Million in California Slideshow, March 16

    A French Caribbean-inspired home in Newport Beach, a 1923 Spanish-style house in Beverly Hills and an estate with its own olive grove in Carmel Valley.

  72. ‘Do Not Touch the Flowers!’ One Family’s Eco-Adventure in the American Southwest Travel, March 16

    During its annual wildflower eruption, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in Southern California draws a family who has a few things to learn about the basics of camping, cactuses and ghost flowers.

  73. A Literary Stop on the Campaign Trail Books, March 16

    Writers Bloc, a Los Angeles reading series now in its 24th year, has become increasingly important for political authors.

  74. California Calls for Residents 65 and Older to Stay at Home U.S., March 15

    Gov. Gavin Newsom also said bars and wineries should close but restaurants could stay open if they cut their occupancy in half.

  75. Quarantine Prepping Comes to the Farmers’ Market, Measuredly Food, March 15

    In Santa Monica, Calif., shoppers at the downtown market found lots of daikon and little social distancing.

  76. Trump Oversold a Google Site to Fight Coronavirus U.S., March 14

    After Jared Kushner liked the idea, President Trump inflated the concept. The disconnect is the latest example of the president exaggerating or making wholly inaccurate statements about his administration’s response.

  77. Here’s Why We Closed Los Angeles Schools Opinion, March 14

    They are a place of refuge for nearly 700,000 students. But they can’t protect them from a pandemic.

  78. Schools Close Over Coronavirus Concerns U.S., March 14

    Saturday: California’s largest school districts have shut down, affecting more than 1,000,000 students across the state.

  79. California Man Pleads Guilty in $6 Million Art Fraud Case U.S., March 13

    Prosecutors said that Philip Righter forged documentation for fake paintings and used the artwork as collateral for loans.

  80. ‘What’s the Right Thing to Do Here?’ U.S., March 13

    Friday: Gov. Gavin Newsom announces new containment measures and Californians grapple with a new reality.

  81. Justice Is Blind. What if She Also Has the Coronavirus? U.S., March 12

    Police departments are preparing to isolate their own officers, and courthouses have postponed trials. Some fear that the criminal justice system may not be ready for a major outbreak.

  82. What Does It Mean to Be in a State of Emergency? U.S., March 12

    Thursday: California has been in a state of emergency for roughly a week. Here’s what that entails.

  83. The Silicon Valley Doctor Who Doesn’t Mince Words on Coronavirus Threat U.S., March 12

    Government can’t do much for you. Society might need to “grind to a halt.” Dr. Scott Morrow is giving residents his unvarnished views.

  84. Supreme Court Revives ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy for Asylum Seekers U.S., March 11

    A federal appeals court had found that the policy, which was put in place early last year, violated federal and international law.

  85. Why Workplace Hygiene Should Be More Than Just Hand-Washing U.S., March 11

    Wednesday: An expert says businesses should research their own best practices.

  86. The King of D.I.Y. Dwellings Style, March 11

    Before cabin porn and van life were hashtags, before tiny houses were a movement, Lloyd Kahn was the living embodiment of them.

  87. Man Who Fatally Stabbed Woman on BART Platform Is Convicted of Murder U.S., March 10

    A jury must still decide whether John Lee Cowell was insane at the time he attacked Nia Wilson and her sister on an Oakland train platform.

  88. Robert Durst’s Murder Trial Begins After Decades of Suspicion U.S., March 10

    Mr. Durst, the one-time heir to a Manhattan real estate empire who is suspected of several deaths, is on trial for the execution-style killing of a close friend.

  89. Coachella, Influential Music Festival, Is Postponed Amid Virus Fears Arts, March 10

    With the spread of the coronavirus threatening the California event scheduled for next month, organizers moved the dates to October.

  90. Coachella, Major American Music Festival, Is Postponed Until October Arts, March 10

    With the spread of the coronavirus threatening the California event scheduled for next month, organizers said they moved the dates at the direction of the local health authorities.

  91. California Cracks Down on Alternative Health Plans Health, March 10

    State insurance regulators accused a ministry offering an alternative to traditional insurance of misleading consumers.

  92. What It Was Like Aboard the Grand Princess in Oakland U.S., March 10

    Tuesday: A passenger describes his experience waiting to disembark. Also: More coronavirus updates; and rain in Southern California.

  93. Alameda, Calif.: On San Francisco Bay, With Great Views and Rising Prices Real Estate, March 10

    An island city celebrates families and diversity, and is finding ways to build affordable housing and confront homelessness.

  94. Living In ... Alameda, Calif. Slideshow, March 10

    The city on an island in San Francisco Bay offers a respite from metropolitan life — if not from the prices.

  95. Coronavirus Outbreak Has America’s Homeless at Risk of ‘Disaster’ U.S., March 10

    Doctors say the country’s more than half-million homeless people are at higher risk of catching and dying from the virus.

  96. Where to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day Travel, March 10

    Whether you’re a committed activist or looking for new ways to get involved, there is an Earth Day event for you.

  97. From Homelessness to Donald Trump, This Art Group Takes on All Arts, March 10

    Indecline, an activist collective, wants to grab headlines with an ambitious schedule of illegal public displays.

  98. If Indian Wells Can Be Canceled, Is Any Sporting Event Safe? Sports, March 9

    Anxiety over the spreading coronavirus cost tennis one of its most important tournaments. The cancellation weighs heavily on the coming sports calendar.

  99. Cruise Ship, Floating Symbol of America’s Fear of Coronavirus, Docks in Oakland U.S., March 9

    After days awaiting clearance to come ashore, the Grand Princess arrived in the San Francisco Bay with 21 confirmed coronavirus cases on board, and possibly more.

  100. What You Need to Know About the Coronavirus Outbreak U.S., March 9

    Monday: Here’s what you may have missed about the spread of the coronavirus in California over the weekend.

  101. $1.2 Million Homes in California Real Estate, March 9

    A Victorian in Redlands, a renovated ranch in Sherman Oaks and a townhouse in San Diego.

  102. What You Get for $1.2 Million in California Slideshow, March 9

    A Victorian in Redlands, a renovated ranch in Sherman Oaks and a townhouse in San Diego.

  103. Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump to Discuss Economic Steps; Italy Halts Most Travel; Stocks and Oil Prices Plunge World, March 9

    In Italy, restrictions on movement were extended to cover the whole country. In the United States, where the death toll hit 26, President Trump said he would discuss tax cuts and aid for idled hourly workers with Congress.

  104. Indian Wells Tennis Tournament Canceled Because of Coronavirus Outbreak Sports, March 8

    Public health officials in California declared an emergency in the area where one of tennis’ signature tournaments would be held.

  105. Forfeited Games and Virtual Learning: Coronavirus Shuts Down Schools U.S., March 8

    As the virus continues to spread across the country, schools are closing their doors in an effort to protect their students.

  106. Feminists Arm Themselves With Art Arts, March 8

    As the U.S. election approaches, feminism takes center stage at scores of art institutions across the country.

  107. Marnie, Shih Tzu Who Charmed Instagram With Her Lolling Tongue, Dies at 18 Business, March 7

    At 12, she became an internet sensation and a poster dog for adopting older pets.

  108. For Urban Poor, the Coronavirus Complicates Existing Health Risks U.S., March 7

    An outbreak could devastate low-income black and Latino communities that, even in the best of times, face serious medical challenges.

  109. I’m Chinese. That Doesn’t Mean I Have Coronavirus. Opinion, March 7

    “If you’re scared of me, get up and leave.”

  110. As Weinstein Awaits Prison, Prosecutors Detail 40 Years of Accusations New York, March 6

    Seeking a harsh sentence, Manhattan prosecutors argued that the once-powerful producer had “sexually violated many women.”

  111. 21 Coronavirus Cases on Cruise Ship Near California U.S., March 6

    More than 3,500 people are aboard the ship, which will dock at a noncommercial port this weekend. “We will be testing everyone,” Vice President Mike Pence said.

  112. What to Know About the Coronavirus Spread in California U.S., March 6

    Friday: Anxiety rose as more cases were discovered. Also: More election results; and a recommendation for finding an outdoor escape.

  113. Trump’s Calamitous Coronavirus Response Opinion, March 6

    A whole-of-government mobilization to protect the president’s ego.

  114. From Coughing Fits to Closings, Cultural World Girds for Coronavirus Arts, March 6

    Museums, theaters and concert halls in the United States are steeling themselves for fearful patrons, lighter crowds and possible government shutdowns.

  115. Nurses Battling Coronavirus Beg for Protective Gear and Better Planning U.S., March 5

    Health care workers are among the most at risk of contracting the virus, but many say they lack protective gear and protocols to keep themselves and their patients safe.

  116. Cruise Ship Is Held off California Coast for Coronavirus Testing U.S., March 5

    A patient who died from the virus had previously traveled on the vessel, which was heading toward San Francisco. About 20 people on board are showing symptoms.

  117. With Thousands Trapped on Board, Cruise Ship Awaits Coronavirus Test Results U.S., March 5

    A patient who died from the virus had previously traveled on the vessel, which was heading toward San Francisco. About 20 people on board were showing symptoms.

  118. Putting the Long Voting Lines in Context U.S., March 5

    Thursday: It was bad, but an election law expert said he saw no evidence it was intended to suppress votes. Also: More coronavirus updates.

  119. California Shooting Leaves One Dead, With 7-Year-Old Among the Wounded U.S., March 5

    A gunman opened fire on a party outside an apartment complex in Tulare, Calif., the police said.

  120. The Coronavirus Outbreak in Washington State Podcasts, March 5

    “It’s fear, it’s every bad emotion you could have.” One woman fights to help her mother on lockdown in a virus-affected nursing home.

  121. Coronavirus Updates: As Cases Climb and Stocks Slide, Congress Approves Aid to Fight the Epidemic World, March 5

    A cruise ship is being held off the California coast and the state has declared an emergency. Nations on several continents are intensifying their efforts to contain the virus, which continues to spread fast.

  122. Why Did It Take So Long to Vote in Texas and California? U.S., March 4

    Some voters stood in lines for hours. But despite voter suppression concerns, the primary breakdowns apparently reflected snafus more than malign intent.

  123. Latinos and Young People Come Through for Sanders in California U.S., March 4

    With millions of ballots left to count, it is impossible to know how the delegates will be allocated.

  124. Golden State Killer Suspect Offers to Plead Guilty U.S., March 4

    Defense lawyers said that Joseph James DeAngelo, who faces the death penalty if convicted, had offered to plead guilty in exchange for a life sentence.

  125. Golden State Killer Suspect Offers to Plead Guilty U.S., March 4

    Defense lawyers said that Joseph James DeAngelo, who faces the death penalty if convicted, had offered to plead guilty in exchange for a life sentence.

  126. First Coronavirus Death Reported in California U.S., March 4

    The death of a patient in Placer County was the 11th in the United States, and the first outside Washington State.

  127. Vaccine Development: The Ebola Example Opinion, March 4

    Dr. Julie Gerberding of Merck discusses the company’s effort in 2014 to respond to the West Africa outbreak. Also: California’s motor vehicle agency, on Real IDs; preventing the loss of forestlands.

  128. Who Are the Anti-Dairy Protesters Who Interrupted Joe Biden’s Big Night? U.S., March 4

    A coalition of activists determined to end the dairy industry has been using the Democratic primaries to get attention.

  129. Long Lines and a Surge for Sanders U.S., March 4

    Wednesday: What to know about what happened on Super Tuesday in California.

  130. The Great Wall Street Housing Grab Magazine, March 4

    Hundreds of thousands of single-family homes are now in the hands of giant companies — squeezing renters for revenue and putting the American dream even further out of reach.

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