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The independent movie theater Cinefamily is closing in the wake of investigations into the sexual misconduct of two of its executives. Cinefamily's board of directors said Tuesday that it was shutting down after 10 years of operation due to crippling debt.
Black Friday is just around the corner. And that means online retail giants like Amazon need more warehouse workers to pack and ship all those gifts you're buying online.
Sessions faced lawmakers, fielding questions about Russian interference and the Trump campaign's contacts with Russians. He stood by prior testimony but sought to change his recollection of events.
A federal appeals court panel ruled the government may deny admission to people from six majority-Muslim countries, but only if they lack ties to U.S. relatives.
A truck driver who stopped for road construction on the 10 Freeway before a casino bus crashed into his rig last year will face 40 counts, including vehicular manslaughter.
An unnamed actress has sued Harvey Weinstein alleging he committed sexual battery against her in Beverly Hills hotel rooms in 2015 and 2016 after she agreed to meet the producer to discuss a television role.
The rampage began at a home and eventually led to an elementary school in Tehama County before the shooter was killed.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has told people that he has no interest in returning to his old Senate seat from Alabama, as Moore continues to dig in against allegations of sexual misconduct.
Republican leaders expressed confidence that the measure could pass the Senate. It is likely to face even fewer hurdles in the House, as the GOP aims to pass a tax bill by Christmas.
Congress is grappling with how to change the culture on Capitol Hill, as a wave of sexual harassment allegations have swept the country in every industry.
Abilify MyCite is a tablet with an embedded sensor activated by fluid in the stomach. Although the drug's approval is a big step for digital medicine, there are concerns about privacy and cost.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office says Albert Clark faces 32 years to life in prison when he's sentenced Jan. 10.
The push is on to lure visitors back to California's wine country, where three counties together saw more than $3.7 billion in tourism spending in 2016.
Native Americans reported discrimination far more often in employment and in interactions with law enforcement if they lived on tribal lands or areas where the population is mostly Native American.
Half of American Indians living in majority-Native areas say they or a family member feels he or she has been treated unfairly by the courts, according to an NPR poll.
The quake, with its epicenter in neighboring Iraq, has killed at least 530 people in both countries, according to official figures.
Neither the House nor Senate proposals do much for the lowest-income Americans, and some higher-income people could gain a lot.
California voters are being asked to extend a state veteran home loan program, but the House tax reform bill puts the program's bonds on the chopping block.
Social work interns training with the L.A. County Department of Children and Families Services are getting training to spot signs of maternal depression and anxiety.
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The Greenway Court Theatre celebrates its 20th anniversary in collaboration with Fairfax High School and the Melrose Trading Post.
The Food and Drug Administration approved a first yesterday – a digital pill that that can tell doctors if and when a patient took the medicine.
Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey are reportedly seeking treatment at the same upscale sex rehab facility in Arizona.
The latest from D.C. on AG Sessions’ testimony, Trump Jr.-Wikileaks convo, panel examining POTUS’ nuclear strike capabilities and more| November 14 2017, 9:52 AM
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is denying he misled Congress about meeting a Trump campaign advisor trying to set up a meeting with Russian officials.
New guidelines lower the threshold for high blood pressure, adding 30 million Americans to those who have the condition, which now plagues nearly half of U.S. adults.
If you are an astronaut, what happens when you get a toothache at the international space station?
The Mash-Up Americans
An LA Times analysis found that nearly 500,000 homes in Southern California that face elevated risk from wildfire fall outside the official fire zone map.
Music supervisor Morgan Rhodes brings us her picks for our weekly new music update
Doctors Without Borders created the week-long experience to bring attention to the plight of displaced people.
The Governor is acting like the leader of a sovereign country as he tours Europe with a focus on climate change
Gloria Allred has represented the alleged victims of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, comedian Bill Cosby and many others.