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Most members of California's congressional delegation reported donating their campaign contributions from Bankman-Fried, who was recently indicted on fraud, conspiracy and campaign finance charges.
Accounts for several journalists who cover Elon Musk were restored by Twitter on Friday after their controversial suspension a day prior.
As of Friday, officers had stopped 6,301 guns at airport security checkpoints nationwide, according to the Transportation Security Administration. More than 88% of the firearms were loaded.
Elon Musk and his fellow billionaires are demanding absolute privacy, but given their power over the economy, they deserve an even brighter spotlight.
Retailers and manufacturers have shifted cargo away from the L.A. and Long Beach ports, threatening local jobs. The ports vow to bring that trade back, but it won't be easy.
Some companies are letting employees work fours days a week for five-days pay as they experiment with new ways of working as pandemic fears wane.
The police statement comes amid controversy over Twitter suspending an account that tracked Musk's private jet as well as the accounts of several journalists who cover Musk.
Ahmad Abouammo, formerly of Walnut Creek in the Bay Area, had been employed with Twitter as a media partnerships manager for the Middle East and North Africa region.
Among those who were banned are journalists who wrote and tweeted about the suspension of an account tracking the publicly available whereabouts of Elon Musk's private jet.
Gov. Gavin Newsom's appointees voted unanimously to reduce payments to homes and businesses that go solar.
A new law requires new oil wells to be at least a kilometer away from homes, schools and hospitals. The oil industry will spend millions to overturn it.
If you're buying something to improve the energy efficiency of your Southern California home, there's likely to be a government rebate to cut the cost.
Health Net was ordered to pay $14.4 million in damages after an L.A. County jury found it had delayed or denied care without proper cause.
The SEC and U.S. prosecutors filed cases against eight influencers, including two in California, accusing them of using Twitter and Discord to manipulate stocks.
Amazon is helping Ukraine transfer critical government, business and property data into the company's data cloud.
The COVID-19 pandemic's silver lining for people with disabilities: a lot more remote work opportunities. Will it last?
Twitter suspended, restored and then suspended again an account that monitored the movement of Elon Musk's private jet after Musk previously said he wouldn't. Owner's account remains suspended.
Nearly three months after Robbi Jade Lew was accused by a top poker player, 'Hustler Casino Live' said it found no evidence of cheating. But it did discover security lapses.
Elon Musk is doing his best to drive reasonable Twitter users away by promoting false accusations against Fauci and anti-LGBTQ conspiracy-mongering.
The Queen Mary will reopen Thursday for the first time since it closed during the pandemic. Long Beach is offering free guided tours for a limited time.
Scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory say they've produced a nuclear fusion reaction that generated more energy than it required to ignite.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has helped turbocharge the growth of renewables worldwide, but China is leading the flight away from fossil fuels.
A $5.7-billion multistate agreement will settle a raft of lawsuits filed against Walgreens over its "role in fueling the opioid epidemic," the California attorney general's office said.
A California appeals court hears oral arguments Tuesday on whether it should uphold a lower court ruling that deemed Proposition 22 unconstitutional and unenforceable.
The Hotel Cecil was supposed to be an innovative new model for permanent supportive housing in L.A. Why is it struggling to fill rooms?
Bahamian authorities said they moved to arrest the FTX founder and former crypto billionaire after being notified that U.S. law enforcement officials had filed criminal charges and would seek his extradition.
Labor attorney Shannon Liss-Riordan says she's ready to wage an arbitration war against Musk, if necessary, on behalf of former Twitter employees.
Some pregnant Californians say they have waited weeks to receive the results of genetic prenatal tests after a state program limited processing to four labs.
Don't throw away your FSA money! FSA eligible expenses for 2022 include KN95 masks and COVID tests. Here's how to use your balance before year's end.
The California's Air Resources Board, who have been mandating emission standards for decades, recently voted to stop selling new gas cars in the state by 2035. But in this political climate, can California continue to lead the way?
High California gas prices and accusations of price gouging play into Gov. Gavin Newsom's plan to cap oil refinery profits in California.
Appeals court finds no evidence to support claims by two journalists that the group behind the Golden Globes violated federal and state antitrust laws.
We interviewed ChatGPT, a chatbot that has garnered widespread attention for its ability to mimic human conversation. Then we brought in experts in artificial intelligence and the arts to analyze ChatGPT's responses.
Blindly protecting investments in coal and oil without taking account of the changing world is a formula for impoverishment — environmentally, socially, and especially financially.
The National Labor Relations Board found merit to allegations that Star Garden violated labor law when it fired three employees and locked out 15 others.
In a class-action lawsuit, customers say they were duped by Tesla's $15,000 Full Self-Driving feature. Lawyers for the company say failure doesn't equal fraud.
Is identity theft insurance worth the expense? What do identity theft protection companies such as LifeLock and Aura do? Here's what to consider.
Publishers are afraid of the power of ebooks to transform their business models, and taking it out on book buyers in the form of diminished ownership rights.
Twitter is being investigated by the city of San Francisco for allegedly converting office space to bedrooms as part of the overhaul Elon Musk made after buying the company in October. Musk is not happy.
The COVID vaccine saves lives and makes our armed forces stronger, so why did Democrats give up on the mandate?
Has childcare been a factor in your decision to quit your job or delay finding work? If so, we'd love to hear from you.
The new ordinance bans the distribution and sale of expanded polystyrene products, which are commonly referred to by the trade name Styrofoam.
I was driving when I got a call from a mysterious number. A sobbing child begged for my help. But it wasn't my kid — it was a scam.
Following mass layoffs at Twitter, outgoing employees are readying various legal claims against new CEO Elon Musk.
The iPhone maker held mandatory anti-union meetings during which management made coercive statements, according to the National Labor Relations Board.
Gov. Gavin Newsom reveals the first details of his plan to cap oil refinery profits in California, which has the highest gas prices in the nation.
The Child Tax Credit is very good at reducing child poverty. By giving it no love, Congress is undermining the long-term strength of America's workforce.
Backers say they have submitted more than enough for a ballot measure to overturn the law. A labor group alleges signatures were obtained fraudulently.
Outside groups connected to the FTX co-founder spent about $2.4 million to support the congressional campaigns of Robert Garcia and Sydney Kamlager.
After 30 years, Focus Plaza at Valley and Del Mar will soon get a face-lift.