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The multilingual office would coordinate and streamline access to services for immigrants, county officials say.
Gov. Jerry Brown prepares to announce his budget proposal Tuesday against a backdrop of lower state revenues and threats of federal funding cuts.
Vaccine skeptic Robert F. Kennedy Jr. says Trump asked him to chair a vaccine panel. A Trump spokeswoman says the president-elect might create an autism commission.
Contributions to city and school board candidates in Los Angeles have zoomed past $8 million, according to campaign finance reports filed Tuesday.
President Obama follows a tradition dating back to George Washington. Over the years, presidents have offered warnings about partisanship, praised balance of power and shared regrets.
Sessions says he's not a racist and that he's been unfairly "caricatured." He forcefully defended his record, saying he "did not" harbor the "racial animosities" of which he's been accused.
The group's treasurer resigned and reimbursed the city more than $27,000 to cover expenditures the L.A. City Clerk found questionable.
As an activist, Clare Hollingworth saved thousands of refugees from Hitler's forces. Then, a few days into her career as a reporter, she uncovered the scoop of a lifetime: Germany was invading Poland.
The brother of the male attacker in the 2015 San Bernardino mass shooting that left 14 dead pleaded guilty Tuesday to immigration fraud.
The label most associated with American clothing manufacturing has been bought by a Canadian company. What will happen to American Apparel's 3500 L.A. workers?
An Assembly committee controlled by Democrats voted 6-3 along party lines to support Becerra, a Los Angeles-area Democrat and the highest-ranking Latino in Congress.
Baca was first tried on obstruction of justice and conspiracy charges last month, but the case ended in a mistrial because jurors could not come to a consensus. Eleven of the 12 wanted to acquit him on the charges. The new trial will begin Feb. 21.
If it happens, it would be the first time such an event was predicted by scientists. They say two stars in the constellation Cygnus will eventually merge and explode.
A new study finds a link between warming waters and a dangerous neurotoxin that builds up in species like Dungeness crab, clams and mussels — and harms us if we eat them.
With new federal funding for the second phase of the Purple Line, planned construction under Beverly Hills High is again stirring controversy.
The department has just 10 mental evaluation teams. Response times often top half an hour. Supervisors OK'ed a plan to expand the number to 23, and create a 24-hour triage desk.
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California Governor Jerry Brown unveiled his budget for the 2017-2018 fiscal year today and for the first time in four years, it projects a deficit of about $1.6 billion.
With growing awareness of gender fluidity in children (see this month's National Geographic for instance), neuroscientists such as Debra Soh are pushing back against the corresponding trend of gender-neutral parenting.
It's Day One of Senate confirmation hearings for Donald Trump's cabinet nominees.
I’m sorry: these simple words can also be the most powerful ones in the English language.
The shutdown of the adult section on Backpage.com, one of the biggest classified ads sites in the world, took sex workers across the country by surprise on Monday.
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Many scientists are voicing concerns that NASA is becoming much too focused on asteroid related missions. Are asteroid projects taking away from planet exploration?
The President found some of his strongest support in the Golden State, and his legacy will continue to ripple up and down the coast long after he's gone.
A recent study finds that the hardest time for mothers isn't when they're new moms, but later, when their kids are in middle school.
The Senate kicks off confirmation hearings today for top posts in the Trump Administration, including at the Justice Department and Department of Homeland Security.
This week we've got new music from Latin America from our new music experts. The legendary Café Tacuba is back and Diana Fuentes has some new sounds too.
Matt Bomer, JK Rowling and Patton Oswalt are just some of collaborators on the comic book anthology created to benefit victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting.