Crime & Justice
Memorials for those who died in Saturday's attack in Orlando will take place throughout the Southern California Monday, including one at L.A.'s City Hall.
L.A. LGBT Center CEO Lorri Jean, and Ramy El Etreby, who identifies as a gay Muslim, discuss the roles of safety and faith following the Orlando shooting.
Police in Charlestown, Indiana, say the first incident involved James Wesley Howell's boyfriend last October and the second involved a neighbor four days later.
Police say 48 of a lone gunman's 49 victims have now been identified. The attacks struck Pulse Orlando, a gay nightclub that had been throwing a Latin Night dance party.
As the names of the victims are slowly released, friends and family members remember their loved ones. Here are stories of some of the victims.
Law enforcement officials arrested a heavily-armed suspect in Santa Monica early Sunday who told police he had been heading to L.A.'s Pride event.
President Obama said that we now know enough about the mass shooting in Orlando to say it was an "act of terror and an act of hate."
It would be impossible to pretend the nightclub attack in Orlando hadn't cast a shadow over the West Hollywood Pride parade. But it didn't shatter the celebration.
In the deadliest mass shooting in American history, a lone gunman armed with a pistol and an assault rifle killed 49 people and injured 53 more at a gay Orlando nightclub early Sunday morning.
One person was wounded in a deputy-involved shooting in Maywood on Saturday afternoon.
Michele Dauber, the Stanford law professor who's leading the effort to recall Judge Aaron Persky discusses why she's leading an effort to recall him.
Lawyers for a foster family who had to give up a 6-year-old girl with Native American heritage returned to an appellate court in Los Angeles on Friday in their latest legal effort to return the girl to California.
DNA testing confirms that a 22-year-old law student in Mexico is the boy who was taken from his California home by his father more than two decades ago.
A government-funded program is testing out algorithms to understand and link up tattoos of inmates and others stopped by law enforcement agencies.
Michael Jace has been sentenced to 40 years to life in prison for killing his wife. Jace apologized to the family and said there's no justification for his actions.
Two women were kicked out of a Beyoncé concert for using the men's restroom because there was no line.