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Sean Penn fires back at criticism over his COVID-19 vaccine site: 'Betrayal of all'

Sean Penn fires back at criticism over his COVID-19 vaccine site: 'Betrayal of all'

Copyright © 2021, Los Angeles Times | | | |AdvertisementIn New Orleans, Sean Penn lifted people out of Hurricane Katrina’s floodwaters, traversing the swamped city in a boat. A few years later after the earthquake in Haiti, there he was, hauling heavy bags on his own shoulders alongside locals.Now, the two-time Oscar-winning actor and disaster relief philanthropist is deploying his organization’s army of volunteers and staff at COVID-19 vaccine sites in Los Angeles and testing sites across the U.S., earning praise for taking action when the government came up short. But not everyone is so...

Feb 3
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Getting the COVID-19 vaccine in L.A.: Confusion, waiting, tears and triumph

Getting the COVID-19 vaccine in L.A.: Confusion, waiting, tears and triumph

Copyright © 2021, Los Angeles Times | | | |AdvertisementPatricia Reber walked out of the vaccine clinic at L.A.’s Lincoln Park pumping her arms overhead like a champion. A friend told the 80-year-old she had waited four hours for a shot at Dodger Stadium, but Reber was in and out within 30 minutes.“This was wonderful,” Reber said from beneath a Kobe Bryant face mask. “I think they’ve done the best they can with the lack of federal help.”But in the , the triumphs were matched by heartbreaking disappointments and confusion as older residents struggled with appointment websites that crashed...

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The wealthy scramble for COVID-19 vaccines: 'If I donate $25,000 ... would that help me?'

The wealthy scramble for COVID-19 vaccines: 'If I donate $25,000 ... would that help me?'

Copyright © 2020, Los Angeles Times | | | |AdvertisementThey’re offering tens of thousands of dollars in cash, making their personal assistants pester doctors every day, and asking whether a five-figure donation to a hospital would help them jump the line. The COVID-19 vaccine is here — and so are the wealthy people who want it first. “We get hundreds of calls every single day,” said Dr. Ehsan Ali, who runs Beverly Hills Concierge Doctor. His clients, who include Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber, pay between $2,000 and $10,000 a year for personalized care. “This is the first time where I...

Dec 18
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Here's how California plans to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine in coming weeks

Here's how California plans to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine in coming weeks

Copyright © 2020, Los Angeles Times | | | |AdvertisementWith U.S. regulators expected to clear the way this week for the first COVID-19 vaccine, California could soon begin its historic and complex rollout of millions of immunizations, a much-anticipated turning point in a state where over 20,000 people have been killed by the virus.Though it is unclear exactly when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will grant emergency use authorization for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, the move could come as soon as Thursday, Gov. Gavin Newsom said this week.Get our free Coronavirus Today...

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Dec 10
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‘Like Armageddon’: Rotting food, dead animals and chaos at postal facilities amid cutbacks

‘Like Armageddon’: Rotting food, dead animals and chaos at postal facilities amid cutbacks

Copyright © 2020, Los Angeles Times | | | |AdvertisementSix weeks ago, U.S. Postal Service workers in the high desert town of Tehachapi, Calif., began to notice crates of mail sitting in the post office in the early morning that should have been shipped out for delivery the night before. At a mail processing facility in Santa Clarita in July, workers discovered that their automated sorting machines had been disabled and padlocked.And inside a massive mail-sorting facility in South Los Angeles, workers fell so far behind processing packages that by early August, gnats and rodents were...

August 20, 2020
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Deputy gangs have survived decades of lawsuits and probes. Can the FBI stop them?

Deputy gangs have survived decades of lawsuits and probes. Can the FBI stop them?

For decades, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has been under pressure to break up tattooed gangs of deputies accused of misconduct. But senior department officials, county leaders and prosecutors have failed to root out a subculture of inked clubs that pervades the nation’s largest sheriff’s agency. Now, the that seeks to accomplish what high-powered sheriffs, blue-ribbon commissions and millions of dollars in lawsuits over the last 50 years have not: identify deputies who brand themselves with the matching tattoos and determine whether the groups they belong to encourage or...

July 14, 2019
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