Some election chiefs in California are pushing back against election watching groups, which they say are spreading misinformation that could discourage voting.
What to do this weekend
After 17 months, our critic heads back indoors for the reopening of “Hamilton” in Hollywood. The experience is not entirely what he expected.
Eager to escape claustrophobic pandemic life and take advantage of newly remote jobs, increasing numbers of Americans are taking to remote places in rugged vehicles that are also homes.
Leroy Harris Kelly III enlisted in the U.S. Army at age 17. He was married at 18. A father at 19. Dead at 20. His parents, Guiselle Harris and Leroy Harris Jr., buried their son in the suit he wore to his senior prom at Azusa High School. His father had helped him pick it out — a bright white number with a long jacket, gold buttons and a black turtleneck.
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