Today in "fake things becoming real," is news that Netflix recently launched an app that cashes in on a joke from Season 4 of "Arrested Development." (Previously, the fictional banana stand from Newport Beach went on actual tour in the real world.
FRONTLINE and Univision News partnered together to investigate the raping of migrant workers. After a year of reporting, the organizations along with journalist Lowell Bergman will air their documentary, "Rape in the Fields," on FRONTLINE on Tuesday.
The California Science Center’s governing board is expected to vote tomorrow on a 98-year-lease deal that would give USC control of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. USC would have control over the majority of the parking garage for football games and other events held at the coliseum.
Sources report that the Clippers have made a deal with Boston Celtics to release Doc Rivers from the 3 years left on his contract in Boston and have him sign with LA’s hottest basketball team. In return the Clippers will send Boston their 2015 first-round draft pick.
This morning, the high court decided it will hear a case soon that pits Republicans against President Obama. It centers on whether executive powers allow high-level appointments to be made while Congress is in recess -- thereby side-stepping Senate confirmation. Also, the constitutionality of race-based admissions used by the University of Texas was sent back to the lower court for greater judicial scrutiny.
Journalists aboard a flight from Moscow to Havana were disappointed to find that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden was not aboard, despite reports that he had checked in on the flight, ostensibly en route to Ecuador or Venezuela. So where is Snowden headed, and does the U.S. have any power to stop him?
The Williams Institute at UCLA has recently released a new study looking at poverty rates among lesbian, gay and bisexual people in America and finds that this group is more likely to be poor than their heterosexual counterparts.
As we mentioned earlier - this coming January the Affordable Care Act goes into effect. But in a state as diverse as California, what will it take sell Obamacare to ethnic communities where English is a second language?
Writer Susan Orlean has a knack for turning ordinary sounding subjects into extraordinary stories. She recently relocated to Los Angeles and it's here that she's found the subject of her next book: the central library.
The Senate continues debate on a comprehensive immigration reform package. Many believe it will pass before the week is out, but some are saying it could get as many as 70 votes before it goes to the House.
First WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange sought political asylum at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Now Ecuador has received an asylum request from former U.S. Intelligence contractor Richard Snowden and will process it when he arrives in the South American nation.