Crime & Justice
Ismaaiyl Brinsley, who ambushed two NYPD patrolmen, spoke to people on the street just before the shooting took place, according to a police official.Add your comments
The assailant, identified as 28-year-old Ismaaiyl Brinsley, is thought to have shot his ex-girlfriend and then used her Instagram account to post threatening messages.
New York City's police commissioner says the two officers who were ambushed and killed in their cruiser "were, quite simply, assassinated."
Demonstrators chanting "Black lives matter" converged in the mall rotunda Saturday in a protest of police brutality that caused at least part of the mall to shut down.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation recovered $10 million in art this week, but they're seeking further information on the theft from an Encino home in 2008.
A woman accused of killing four people, including a 6-year-old boy, while running her car into pedestrians outside a church appeared in court Friday and pleaded not guilty.
A former first-round draft pick of the Los Angeles Angels, Ryan Bolden, was killed in an argument that started over candy.
Fire investigators have clarified what they meant when they announced that the Da Vinci Apartment Complex fire was an act of arson: Someone set the fire on purpose.
Weeks after he announced a grand jury's decision not to indict a Ferguson, Mo., police officer in Michael Brown's death, prosecutor Robert McCulloch explains some of his own decisions in the case.
Neutrogena will pay more than $400,000 to settle a civil action filed after state inspectors found several hazardous-waste violations at its manufacturing facility.
A former white supremacist from Palmdale has been convicted of killing a black man 17 years ago in a racially-motivated attack.
The huge fire at the under construction Da Vinci Apartment Complex in downtown Los Angeles on Dec. 8 was the result of arson, according to the LAFD and ATF.
A suspected drunk driver slammed into a group of more than a dozen people leaving a Christmas pageant in Redondo Beach on Wednesday.
On Thursday, the Boston Marathon bomber suspect is due to show his face in court. He has not been seen in public since he was arraigned in July 2013.
The shooting took place just after 9 a.m. in West LA. Police said all three victims were alive and breathing.
A settlement approved by the county Tuesday calls for additional reforms to end what critics call a culture of abuse inside L.A. county jails.