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Archive for March 7th, 2018
The U.S. attorney general told law enforcement officers Wednesday that the Justice Department sued California because state laws are preventing federal immigration agents from doing their jobs. Gov. Jerry Brown called him a liar.
They make up just 7.95 percent of U.S. print newsroom staff, 12.6 percent of local TV news staff and 6.2 percent of local radio staff.
A lawyer for Terry Bryant said, "There's a big difference between holding an Oscar and what he's charged with."
After an accident resulted in the amputation of an employee's legs, the foundry has been fined more than $280,000 for workplace safety violations.
Is the FBI using paid informants as a way to get around the Fourth Amendment? The case of an Orange County doctor has revealed details about the agency's links to Best Buy.
Insect-rich floodplain water once supported the threatened fish, but it has been diverted. The project's end goal is to improve the likelihood that Chinook survive the trek to the ocean and back.
Several would-be heirs and a former pen pal are vying for the corpse that's been on ice since Manson died Nov. 19 in a hospital at age 83.
Veterans in government-run homes in many parts of the country that have legalized physician-assisted death are finding similar restrictions because assisted suicide goes against the policy of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
The brains of birds and mice continue to produce new nerve cells in the hippocampus throughout life. But research now suggests the human brain stops doing this around adolescence.
The Nobel laureate's handling of the Rohingya Muslim crisis in Myanmar led to the museum's decision.
The effort involves tech leaders such as Alibaba, Baidu, eBay, Facebook and Instagram who have pledged to try to reduce trafficking across their platforms by 80 percent by 2020.
Officials are looking to avoid the 100 or so power disruptions that have occurred at the airport since 2013. A new power station with underground lines would exclusively serve LAX.
Hundreds of organizations and experts are calling for a public health approach to school-based violence.
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The playwright's trilogy inspired by a cousin's military service is being produced concurrently for the first time.
Before Waze and GPS, L.A. drivers relied on a different type of North Star, one that lived in almost every backseat or glove compartment.
On Tuesday, the parents of three children who had all been living in a plywood and tin shelter near Joshua Tree, were released from jail.
The Justice Department is suing CA over three new laws designed to limit federal immigration enforcement.
A new study out from the University of California-San Francisco says it’s the first to show evidence that teens who use electronic cigarettes are exposed to cancer-causing chemicals when they vape.
Tower Records founder Russ Solomon passed away on Sunday while watching the Oscars with a drink in his hand.
Where would Minister Winston Churchill have stood, so to speak, on kneeling — specifically football players who take a knee during the national anthem.
Even if they're seeking justice, doxxers who reveal others' personal information online may be sinking to the hateful behavior they want to stop.
Cress Williams plays "Black Lightning," which he describes as the "black Batman" but with actual superpowers. Here's why he's evolving the superhero genre.
A Silicon Valley billionaire has petitioned the Supreme Court to limit public access to his privately owned beach, which could limit coastal access.