Kindergartners struggle to learn online. But this mother-daughter duo keeps them glued
Reflected in a dresser mirror, Tai Carter holds an online class from her bedroom in Pasadena. She finds herself worrying about everything she can't give her young students from home. (Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
Artist hopes mural of 23-year-old killed in June shooting makes others pause before causing harm
Tyrue 'Slang' Jones with his mural of Brandon McGhee, at the Western Blue Line CTA station in Chicago on Nov. 6, 2020. (Youngrae Kim/Chicago Tribune/TNS)
Review: A young David Bowie tours America in unrevealing biopic 'Stardust'
The man who would be king: David Bowie, Johnny Flynn, seeks fame but find the year not so golden. They're on a clumsy 1971 American tour to promote Bowie's 'The Man Who Sold the World' in Gabriel Range's 'Stardust.' (IFC Films/TNS)
'This is the epicenter.' Miami park honors COVID-19 victims with 1,500 tombstones
Rachel Moore writes a tribute to her cousin Wilton "Bud" Mitchell who died of COVID-19 after an event to unveil an expanded memorial cemetery in Liberty City's Simonoff Park, in memory to those lost to coronavirus, and conduct a ceremonial ribbon cutting for new COVID-19 testing site established at the nearby Jessie Trice Community Health System (JTCHS) in partnership with Florida International University to serve Miami-Dade County's most vulnerable communities, in Liberty City, Florida, on Tuesday, November 24, 2020. (Daniel A. Varela/Miami Herald/TNS)
For nurses feeling the strain of the pandemic, virus resurgence is 'paralyzing'
In this image from July, ICU nurse Lynda Tegan checks on COVID-19 patient Jose Mariscal, 66, who has been in the ICU for four days at Arrowhead Regional Medical Cente in Colton, California. This ICU has only 2 more beds available for Covid patients but has the capacity to expand to more beds if needed. (Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times/TNS)
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