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Past articles by Chris:

The Iowa Caucuses rarely pick the President. Here's why they still matter in 2020

Iowa voters aren’t going to pick the country’s next president. But they will eliminate several possibilities. → Read More

Digging into the support for Democratic candidates in the latest USC/Times poll

As he has in three USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times polls conducted in April, July and August, former Vice President Joe Biden leads the field of contenders for the Democratic presidential nomination. → Read More

2020: Democratic primaries and key presidential election dates

Here are key dates and events on the the 2020 election calendar, including dates of debates, caucuses, primaries and conventions. → Read More

Kershaw escapes trouble in bottom of first

BOTTOM OF FIRST: Lorenzo Cain singled to center. He took second on a passed ball. Probable NL MVP Christian Yelich struck out swinging. It was a 10-pitch at-bat, with Yelich fouling off a lot of fastballs before swinging at and missing a curve. Ryan Braun grounded to short. Jesus Aguilar grounded... → Read More

Dodgers don't score in top of first

NLCS. Dodgers vs. Brewers. Clayton Kershaw vs. Gio Gonzalez. Pull up a chair and spend some time with us. TOP OF FIRST: The crowd is amazing quiet. Do they realize a playoff game is underway? Chris Taylor, one for six lifetime against Gonzalez, struck out swinging. Justin Turner, 2 for 19 again... → Read More

Senate vote on Kavanaugh promises to be historically close

As a final vote nears on the fate of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, all signs point to the closest confirmation vote in more than 130 years. → Read More

Collision with tanker trunk sparks 'fireball' and full 105 Freeway shut down in Hawthorne

A burning tanker truck on the 105 Freeway has shut down traffic in both directions, and the Metro Green Line in Hawthorne, authorities said. → Read More

There's a rising Democratic tide in Orange County. Will it be enough to capture these critical U.S. House seats?

In the run-up to the 2018 midterm elections, Democrats have invested heavily in Orange County congressional races they think could be instrumental in taking back the U.S. House. In the June 5 primary, Democratic candidates made gains in the more reliably Republican areas of the county, putting four congressional seats in play this fall. → Read More

‘Sex and the City’: Every single person Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha dated

With “Sex and the City's” 20th anniversary upon us, we couldn’t help but wonder: Just how did the love lives of our favorite Manhattan foursome stack up in its 94 episodes? The results may surprise even the most die-hard viewers. → Read More

By the numbers: How the Rams’ offense turned the team into a contender

The Rams were dismal in their 2016 return to Los Angeles. So how did the team make the NFL playoffs with a rookie coach and a second-year quarterback? Offense, offense and more offense. → Read More

See how every California House member voted on the GOP tax bill

Most California Republicans joined House colleagues Thursday to approve a GOP tax overhaul. Several said they supported the bill because they think the Senate will make it better. Republican Reps. Darrell Issa of Vista, Tom McClintock of Elk Grove and Dana Rohrabacher of Costa Mesa joined Democrats in opposing the bill. → Read More

Dodgers miss Game 7 scoring opportunities

The Dodgers didn’t want for baserunners in Game 7 of the World Series and were primed with scoring chances in the first three innings.B... → Read More

Game 2 sets World Series records for combined home runs, extra-inning home runs

For as long as the bats were silent in Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday night, once they awoke, the home runs kept on coming.The... → Read More

Dodgers start Pederson, Utley in Game 2 of the World Series

Chris Taylor and Justin Turner homer and Clayton Kershaw gives up one run while striking out 11 in the Game 1 victory. Game 2 is today at Dodger Stadium with Rich Hill taking on Justin Verlander. First pitch is 5:08 p.m. → Read More

How good was Kershaw in Game 1 of the World Series? Historically good.

Of the 21 outs recorded during Clayton Kershaw's seven-inning gem of a World Series Game 1 on Tuesday, more than half came via strikeou... → Read More

With 11 strikeouts, Kershaw nears career high

With 11 strikeouts in Game 1 of the World Series, Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw had complete command of the strike zone against Houst... → Read More

Mapping the devastation from California’s most destructive wildfire

The wildfires that ripped through Northern California this month destroyed at least 8,400 homes and buildings, according to state officials. The scope and scale of damage is among some of the worst from wildfires in state history.The bulk of the destruction can be found in Santa Rosa, where the Tubbs fire ripped through major residential areas on Oct. 8 and 9.Satellite image analysis by The ... → Read More

What Do You Do, Again? Part III

The humans behind specialized news-nerd job titles talk about their work → Read More

How Steve Bannon became the face of a political movement with roots in Los Angeles

A movement raised in West L.A. found its voice in online media and worked its way into the White House. And while Bannon's tenure in the West Wing has come to an end, the movement and infrastructure he is part of shows no sign of slowing. → Read More

The most notable firings and resignations in the Trump White House

A lot of people have left President Trump’s early administration — Chief of Staff Reince Priebus was replaced Friday. → Read More