The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department issued a cease and desist letter Friday over a Yes On S political campaign mailer designed to look like a Sheriff's Department eviction notice.
Reporters from at least five news organizations were barred from attending an informal White House briefing Friday with spokesman Sean Spicer. The banned outlets included The New York Times, CNN, Buzzfeed News, Politico and the Los Angeles Times.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is ending its contract with Santa Ana for use of the city’s jail to detain immigrants.
Amidst a national debate about the future of manufacturing in the United States a new state-of-the-art Center for Advanced Manufacturing opened Friday at USC. Officials there say it will be a incubator for technology that will make American manufacturing competitive in the global economy.
President Trump's travel ban opened a deep rift in the Jewish community over whether to allow Muslims into the U.S.
Gov. Jerry Brown repeated his call for major spending to shore up the state's deteriorating infrastructure, a problem that has taken on more urgency with the Oroville Dam crisis and recent rains pummeling freeways and streets.
Water-starved trees have largely benefited from Southern California's recent storms, though state infrastructure has taken a hit — up to $600 million.
DuVernay, whose documentary "13th" is up for an Oscar, isn't interested in berating Hollywood over the lack of diversity — she's focused on helping women make movies. She talks to KPCC about the pressure of being a black female director and big-budget filmmaking.