News | News

Dodgers apologize and invite Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to Pride Night

The Dodgers responded to criticism for their decision to exclude the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence from their June 16 Pride Night by reversing course.

Sports | Cycling

Commentary: Are L.A. drivers suddenly more OK with endangering lives?

There's a difference between knowing pedestrian deaths are up in L.A., and actually facing down increasingly reckless drivers on roads and sidewalks.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Column: How the GOP counts on Democrats' goodwill to conceal its own cruelty

Republicans get away with flying migrants in a political stunt and voting against disaster aid, only because they know others will cover for the cruelty of their policies.

Politics | Media Bias

The Los Angeles Times and its absurd Abu Akleh conspiracy theory

  The Los Angeles Times has outflanked CNN by adopting the most fantastical, journalistically-challenged narrative of the unsolved fatal shooting of Al Jazeera journalist

Miscellaneous | Opinion

More than a laugh: Kamala Harris' is a sound check for a divided country

To gauge how some people view Kamala Harris, the first woman and woman of color to be vice president, look at how they respond to her laugh.

News | News

Even the vaccinated must take precautions as L.A. coronavirus surge worsens, officials say

Coronavirus infections in Los Angeles County are accelerating amid a surge that has cases and hospitalizations reaching levels not seen in months.

Politics | Media Bias

Hamas’ ‘Civilian’ Office, ‘Several Hundred’ Palestinians Facing Eviction & Other LA Times Gaffes

Misidentifying a destroyed office that served Hamas commanders as 'civilian' and inflating the number of east Jerusalem Palestinians facing eviction from 31 to 'several

News | News

Who Are the People Who Decide On And Make-Up the Race-Baiting Vernacular?

In branding the mispronunciation of an Asian actress’s name, The Los Angeles Times effectively launched the canceling of a non-profit...

News | News

Column: A cancer patient needed critical care. Because of the COVID-19 surge, she died without it

Kim Folsom was a former nurse with a radiant smile and matronly toughness. When she needed to be transferred to a larger hospital, none had space because of the COVID-19 surge.

Politics | Leftists Are Insane

LA Times Article Examines ‘Complicated Past’ Of Camping For People Of Color

A recent story in The Los Angeles Times looked at outdoor camping through the lens of racism and historical oppression, alleging that people of color engage in the activity less than white people in part because camping gear is too expensive. “Campi

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Op-Ed: Trump can't postpone the election. But here's why we have to take his tweet seriously

President Trump’s tweet today is unprecedented, and we have to consider whether the president truly intends to lead us down a dangerous path.

News | News

Trader Joe's Shopper Caught On Camera Ranting, Calling People 'Democratic Pigs' After Being Told To Wear A Mask

A shopper at a North Hollywood Trader Joe's was filmed having an angry outburst after being told to wear a mask inside the store.

Entertainment | Music

Three new documentaries explore the enduring allure of a great record store

"Other Music," "Record Safari" and "Vinyl Nation" offer bittersweet reminders, in a time of coronavirus, of the emotional pull of record stores and vinyl.

Politics | Media Bias

The LA Times' Flawed Conversation on Settlements | HonestReporting

  The US put Israeli settlements back in the headlines after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced that Washington doesn't view them as illegal.

Politics | Media Bias

LA Times Misleads on US Policy, International Law and Jerusalem, Golan | CAMERA

The Los Angeles Times falsely declares that the recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, the relocation of the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to

Politics | Media Bias

At Los Angeles Times, Sliding Scale for Israeli, Palestinian Extremists | CAMERA

The Los Angeles Times' Noga Tarnopolsky applies a sliding scale when it comes to Israeli and Palestinians extremists and hard-liners. Her unsubstantiated claim that

Politics | Politics

Sacramento wants to tax soda, tires, guns, water, pain pills, lawyers, car batteries... - Los Angeles Times

Between state Democrats who tax like it's going out of style and the Republican federal tax overhaul, California taxpayers find themselves at the mercy of the taxman.

Politics | Media Bias

CAMERA Prompts Another Los Angeles Times Correction on ‘Palestine’ Terminology | CAMERA

For at least the seventh time in some 14 years, CAMERA has prompted a Los Angeles Times correction regarding inaccurate “Palestine” terminology.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

William Shatner: Solve California drought with Seattle pipeline - LA Times

Actor William Shatner is hoping to save California from further drought by proposing an enterprise of his own — importing water from the Seattle area, where rain is plentiful.

Recipes | Recipes

Easy dinner recipes: Three great pizza ideas in under an hour

Some nights are made for pizza. But before you reach for the phone to dial up your favorite delivery, consider homemade, or at least semi-homemade. In the time it takes to have a hot pie delivered to your door, you can make a perfectly good custom pie in

Pets & Animals | Animal Rescue Stories

$110,000 given to San Diego zoo to help save northern white rhino - LA Times

A Los Angeles-based philanthropic organization is providing money to help San Diego's Frozen Zoo find ways to bring the northern white rhino back from the brink of extinction, zoo officials announced Thursday.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Another reason to drink coffee: It's good for your heart, study says

Now you can enjoy your third daily cup of coffee and feel healthy while you do it: According to a new study, that third cup of joe may be good for your heart.

Recipes | Recipes

Easy dinner recipes: Three great soups for cheese lovers

Isn't everything better with cheese? (Unless you're not a cheese person or can't handle dairy, in which case, we're very sorry.) For the rest of us, a there's nothing like a rich and cheesy soup on a cold night. And since it's actually cold outside &mdash

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

As Common Core Testing Is Ushered In, Parents and Students Opt Out

On Monday, many public school students in New Jersey will begin to take standardized tests that are opposed by an unusually diverse coalition of enemies.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Inside the foster care system: A bleak last stop for lost youths

Her entrance caused a stir. A 15-year-old girl with appraising eyes and a gruff, resonant voice, she radiated bridled ambition in a room filled with children who were mostly slumped and lost.

Politics | Illegal Immigration

‘Verbal gymnastics': LA Times uses ‘incomprehensible’ substitute for the word ‘illegal’ | Twitchy

Look what the Los Angeles Times came up with to further misrepresent the illegality of unauthorized aliens coming into this country.

Politics | Media Bias

LA Times Features Pro-Hamas Article

The front page of Thursday's Los Angeles Times featured a pro-Hamas article titled