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News from California, the nation and world - Los Angeles Times
May 24, 2020
Reopening California
Memorial Day will be very different in 2020. Instead of large gatherings with friends and family, try some of these alternatives.
You might be wondering what to do if someone in your apartment complex gets coronavirus. How worried should you be? What would your landlord do?
Older people and those with preexisting medical conditions face greater risk from the coronavirus. How will they return to work as businesses reopen?
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The criminal trial of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu begins, culminating yers of police investigations and judicial probes.
Orange County real estate magnate William Lyon, who built more than 100,000 homes nationwide and helped shape suburban America, has died at 97.
A federal judge has ruled that the Florida law requiring felons to pay legal fees as part of their sentences before regaining the vote is unconstitutional for those unable to pay, or unable to find out how much they owe.
WME agent Richard Weitz and daughter Demi took their “Quarantunes” livestream to the Hollywood Bowl, with help from Mayor Garcetti and Gustavo Dudamel.
If local news goes out of business, the damage to our democracy will be severe and irreversible.
President Trump says mail-in voting is dangerous and corrupt. But he mailed his own ballot to Florida last month, so how bad can it be?
A nomadic otter family’s raid of a private fish pond has triggered calls for a cull in a city-state that has celebrated the semiaquatic animal as one of its national mascots.
The park’s reopening lures hundreds of impulse campers, and weekend hordes are possible.
Joan Bayley worked in Hollywood musicals alongside Judy Garland, Bing Crosby and Marilyn Monroe before teaching ballet for nearly 50 years.
Beijing has made a hero of Wuhan, the sacrificial city whose people struggled and died to stop a virus. But many in Wuhan remember they didn’t ask to be sacrificed.
During coronavirus, Americans increasingly rely on migrant workers, many in the country illegally, who have no protections or financial support.
Don't forget your mask

Now that more people are heading out in L.A. County with a mandatory mask rule in place, there may be concern about a COVID-19 battleground brewing. There have been glimpses — a brawl at Target in Van Nuys, a rebellion in Riverside County — but simply following the rules can help you avoid the drama.

Building a wardrobe of fashionable face masks doesn’t make me insensitive to the grave consequences of coronavirus.
Check out these underseen gems from the Cannes Film Festival, which had to cancel its 2020 edition due to COVID-19.
The veteran director and producer talks about the halted production of “Jurassic World: Dominion” and filmmaking after COVID-19.

Georgia becomes the first state to release guidelines for film and TV sets to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19. No open calls and, for craft services: prepackaged, individual portions only.
Tom Brady had the shot of the day, but that wasn’t enough to stop Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning from claiming victory in charity golf match.
With the resumption of racing at Santa Anita, more than 20 jockeys have to live in trailers on site for the weekends. The setup has created a transformative experience.
Ex-Charger Ryan Leaf was arrested on a domestic battery charge, according to booking information provided by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.
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