Crime & Justice
An immigrant rights advocate known for helping two children get meetings with the pope has been charged with practicing law without a license and failing to help her clients.
Once the FBI announced that it had unlocked the iPhone of one of the shooters involved in the terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Calif., the bureau received other requests for assistance.
The suit filed this week asks a federal judge to prevent the group known as the Lunada Bay Boys from congregating along the coast of wealthy Palos Verdes Estates.
The administration is working to give new energy to calls for overhauling the criminal justice system. One of the SoCal inmates was also charged with firearm possession.
Pierre Haobsh, 26, is charged with murdering the family of Chinese herbalist, Dr. Weidong "Henry" Han, after what may have been a business dispute.
Richmond is paying suspected offenders to prevent further gun violence. Is this a model that could work in other cities across the nation?
A tie vote from the Supreme Court on Tuesday handed a win to labor unions in a high-profile dispute over their ability to collect fees.
Police arrest juvenile student and two men in connection with the threats posted on app that allows people to post messages without disclosing their identities.
The five-week enforcement effort, dubbed "Project Shadowfire," was led by agents in Homeland Security Investigations' national gang unit and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers.
"With the recent assistance of a third party, we are now able to unlock that iPhone without compromising any information on the phone," U.S. attorney says.
Capt. Daniel Dusek pleaded guilty last year to bribery, admitting he gave classified information in exchange for access to prostitutes and other favors. He's now been sentenced to 46 months in jail.
Several colleges across the country, including USC, are investigating after a rash of anti-Semitic fliers began printing from their network-connected printers or fax machines.
In 2013, a shooter entered the check-in terminal and opened fire on a TSA checkpoint.
A JetBlue flight attendant accused of trying to sneak a suitcase full of cocaine through LAX has been ordered to be returned to California.
The L.A. County District Attorney's new wrongful convictions unit has received hundreds of claims. Some attorneys say processing the claims has been slow.
If you're driving between LA and Vegas over the next few weekends, be aware that California and Nevada highway patrol officers along the route are teaming up to nab speeding motorists.