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Los Angeles: City in California
Los Angeles, officially the City of Los Angeles and often known by its initials L.A., is the largest city in the U.S. state of California. With an estimated population of nearly four million people, it is the country's second most populous city and the third most populous city in North America. Los Angeles is known for its Mediterranean climate, ethnic diversity, Hollywood entertainment industry, and its sprawling metropolis.

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Pink Said She And Her Family Had Coronavirus But Are Now Testing Negative [Video]

Pink Said She And Her Family Had Coronavirus But Are Now Testing Negative

Pink announced she tested positive for COVID-19 two weeks ago and has already recovered. She said her family was already staying at home and continued to do so while they got better. According to..

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Light smog over LA? Under quarantine, maybe [Video]

Light smog over LA? Under quarantine, maybe

Residents of Los Angeles, the city with the worst smog in the United States, are enjoying a third straight week of clean air, leading some to wonder if reduced traffic from the city's 'stay at home'..

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Kobe makes Hall of Fame in first year of eligibility, Duncan and Garnett also selected [Video]

Kobe makes Hall of Fame in first year of eligibility, Duncan and Garnett also selected

Late NBA star Kobe Bryant makes Basketball Hall of Fame in first year of eligibility, Kevin Garnett and Tim Duncan also selected

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Ana De Armas very 'happy' in quarantine with Ben Affleck [Video]

Ana De Armas very 'happy' in quarantine with Ben Affleck

Ben Affleck and his new girlfriend Ana de Armas are spending coronavirus quarantine together in Los Angeles and they are very "happy" being on lockdown with one another.

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Ain't No Sunshine singer Bill Withers dies [Video]

Ain't No Sunshine singer Bill Withers dies

US singer-songwriter Bill Withers, whose hits included Lean On Me, has died aged 81, his family said. The singer died on Monday in Los Angeles, his family said in a statement.

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Sean Penn to help run coronavirus testing centre in Los Angeles [Video]

Sean Penn to help run coronavirus testing centre in Los Angeles

Sean Penn is joining the fight against coronavirus in Los Angeles by helping to run a testing centre.

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Landlord's Condescending Rent Reminder A Gift To Tenants Who Want To Strike [Video]

Landlord's Condescending Rent Reminder A Gift To Tenants Who Want To Strike

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LA renters honk their horns to protest evictions [Video]

LA renters honk their horns to protest evictions

In a time of social distancing and self-isolation, Los Angeles residents are turning to their cars and sounding their horns to protest high rent prices and demand protection from eviction. Gloria Tso..

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Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato donating to fight against coronavirus [Video]

Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato donating to fight against coronavirus

Selena Gomez is giving back to the staff at the Los Angeles hospital where she underwent a kidney transplant in 2017 by helping to provide them with key coronavirus medical equipment.

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Masks, gloves now littered across U.S. parking lots [Video]

Masks, gloves now littered across U.S. parking lots

Gear meant to limit exposure to the coronavirus - like masks, gloves and sanitizing wipes - are seen littered across U.S. parking lots, which is causing a concern among Americans about potential..

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Harry Styles tells people to keep an eye on their mental health while social distancing [Video]

Harry Styles tells people to keep an eye on their mental health while social distancing

Singer Harry Styles talks to Heart radio about his time social distancing in LA. He said the streets are like a movie and that everyone should keep an eye on their mental health under lockdown.

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Steven Spielberg and Bob Iger donate $500,000 to Los Angeles' coronavirus fund [Video]

Steven Spielberg and Bob Iger donate $500,000 to Los Angeles' coronavirus fund

Steven Spielberg and Disney chief Bob Iger are among the Hollywood figures who have donated $500,000 dollars to a fund to help those in need in Los Angeles.

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Harry and Meghan in numbers [Video]

Harry and Meghan in numbers

A look at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in numbers as they officially step back from royal duties. Harry and Meghan, who are now living in Los Angeles, will spend the next few months focusing on baby..

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Thanks A Lot? Trump Admin Sends California 170 Broken Ventilators [Video]

Thanks A Lot? Trump Admin Sends California 170 Broken Ventilators

The Trump administration sent California 170 ventilators from the federal stockpile to help battle the coronavirus outbreak in the state. However, Gov. Gavin Newsom says all of the ventilators sent to..

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Tom Hanks gives health update after Covid-19 diagnosis [Video]

Tom Hanks gives health update after Covid-19 diagnosis

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have returned to Los Angeles from Australia and will continue "sheltering in place and social distancing" after their Covid-19 diagnosis.

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Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson return to LA after battling coronavirus [Video]

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson return to LA after battling coronavirus

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have returned to the USA after battling Covid-19 in Australia.

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'We're not alone,' the newly unemployed search for hope [Video]

'We're not alone,' the newly unemployed search for hope

A D.C. optician and a Los Angeles performer are both out of work as part of the historic wave of Americans forced into unemployment as the coronavirus pandemic forces businesses to close and half the..

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The face of the recently unemployed [Video]

The face of the recently unemployed

A D.C. optician and a Los Angeles performer are both out of work as part of the historic wave of Americans forced into unemployment as the coronavirus pandemic forces businesses to close and half the..

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Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard waive April rent for tenants [Video]

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard waive April rent for tenants

Bell and Shepard own at least two residential buildings in Los Angeles through their company, Pringus Property LLC.

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Young Olympic hopeful Sky Brown sends video message to fans from quarentine [Video]

Young Olympic hopeful Sky Brown sends video message to fans from quarentine

Eleven-year-old skateboarding prodigy says her Olympic dream is alive but has just become "a longer journey"

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Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti Warns Of Death, Condemns 'False Hope' [Video]

Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti Warns Of Death, Condemns 'False Hope'

Scott Varley/MediaNews Group/Torrance Daily Breeze via Getty Images Los Angeles residents will be confined to their homes until May, at the earliest, Mayor Eric Garcetti told Insider on Wednesday. In..

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US airlines parking planes due to virus impact [Video]

US airlines parking planes due to virus impact

As demand for air travel drops amid the coronavirus outbreak, commercial aircraft are being parked at facilities that include remote desert airports, including the Southern California Logistics Airport..

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Blood banks across U.S. suffer from virus outbreak [Video]

Blood banks across U.S. suffer from virus outbreak

Blood banks across the United States are suffering as Americans are avoiding donation sites and blood drives are being cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak. Gloria Tso reports.

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Coronavirus Has Killed A Minor In LA [Video]

Coronavirus Has Killed A Minor In LA

A person under the age of 18 has died of the novel coronavirus in Los Angeles County. The report came from public health officials, according to Business Insider. It was not immediately clear if the..

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