The minor said Robert Pimentel touched her inappropriately. She testified during a preliminary hearing to determine if there is enough evidence for the case to proceed to trial. Pimentel has pleaded not guilty.
Some of the key issues that have emerged as Senate lawmakers file amendments to an 844-page immigration reform bill are immigration rights for same-sex couples, border security, and possible limits on who may qualify for legal status. This and more.
Larry and KPCC critics Wade Major and Henry Sheehan review this week’s releases, including The Great Gatsby, Peeples, And Now a Word from Our Sponsor, and more. Then members of the Source Family tell us about their new documentary.
This week, a federal appeals court said the National Labor Relations Board violated the free speech rights of employers by compelling them to post rules in the workplace about the right to unionize. The poster rule went into effect in 2011. Employers already are required to inform employees about minimum wage, health and safety laws and a slew of other rights.
Why has this seemingly straightforward law been the cause of so much scrutiny? What measures has Governor Brown proposed to fix it, and will they work? And could these measures go too far and minimize the effectiveness of Prop 65?
Tomorrow, the Autry Museum in Griffith Park opens its exhibition chronicling the contributions of Jews to the business, arts, and skyline of Los Angeles. LA is home to the second largest number of Jews in North America, and only Tel Aviv, New York City, and Jerusalem have more Jews in their city limits.
Photographer Deborah Anderson has made a name for herself shooting pictures of celebrities such as Elton John, George Clooney, Cindy Crawford and the singer Pink. But recently she turned her lens to stars of a different sort: adult film performers.
South Korean President Park Geun-Hye is visiting the US for five days. Today she is scheduled to meet with California Governor Jerry Brown and LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa at the Mayor's residence in Hancock Park.
A coalition of labor groups has sent a letter to the current owners, asking it not to sell the newspaper company to the Kochs, and some prominent state lawmakers are also warning it would be a mistake.
Eleven million. That's the estimated number of immigrants living in the U.S. illegally, and its become the most-cited statistic in the immigration reform debate. But how did we even arrive at that figure, and is it even accurate?
Jim Pauley has a book out on Santa Monica Press called "The Three Stooges: Hollywood Filming Locations." The book looks at many of the places in LA where the Stooges went to film their shorts in the 30s and 40s.