Rents are soaring in many U.S. cities as the economy rebounds, squeezing the budgets of tenants who also face increased risk of eviction after courts overturned a pandemic-era ban. There’s … Continue reading Rents Soar for Millions of Americans as Threat of Eviction Looms
What’s now clear: an injection with either vaccine, both of which use mRNA technology, can feel more intense than other routine vaccinations (such as the flu shot) — with side … Continue reading Covid-19 vaccine side effects, explained
The actor who brought the beloved Marvel superhero to life was also an avid philanthropist and activist. Here are 5 times the star rose above and beyond to put goodness … Continue reading The untold truth of Chadwick Boseman
Six weeks ago, U.S. Postal Service workers in the Southern California high desert town of Tehachapi began to notice crates of mail sitting in the post office in the early … Continue reading ‘Like Armageddon’: Rotting food, dead animals and chaos at postal facilities amid cutbacks
The pandemic may have slowed the city, but it hasn’t stopped it. Starting well before dawn, essential workers toil at factories and markets and restaurants. Some remain deep into the … Continue reading One day, many realities, as COVID-19 cuts an uneven swath across L.A.
Facebook said that the top 100 spenders contributed 16 percent of its $18.7 billion in revenue in the second quarter, which ended on June 30. During the first three weeks … Continue reading More Than 1,000 Companies Boycotted Facebook. Did It Work?
Thousands of people in cities across the U.S. took to the streets over the weekend to protest violent tactics used by federal agents against protesters in Portland, Oregon. In Seattle, police declared … Continue reading Daily Brief: Important Facts
From Kobe tributes to Dunk Contest controversy and an All-Star Game for the ages, this was one weekend basketball fans will never forget. Kobe Bryant committed his life to being … Continue reading The Best Moments from NBA All-Star Weekend 2020