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Attorney admits he lied to Mueller's federal agents in Russia probe

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| An attorney linked to a former Trump campaign official admitted Tuesday he lied to federal investigators working for special counsel Robert Mueller.

What the public wants in a new LAPD chief


Compassion for the underserved. Respect for the homeless and for people with drug issues. These are some of the qualities people are seeking, according to the head of L.A.'s Police Commission.


Driver arrested in DUI crash that killed 6-year-old girl


Breath tests showed Maximino Delgado's blood alcohol content to be 0.23 percent, which is almost three times the legal limit.

5 takeaways from the Russia indictments


From a St. Petersburg troll farm to details about how individual Russians came to the U.S. to wage "information warfare," here's what you need to know.

Russian indictments reveal info warfare playbook


Events and Facebook groups inciting both the left and the right. Paying real people to attend rallies. Stolen identities used to pay for digital ads.

Data breach exposes thousands of California state employees


Officials say a former California state employee downloaded sensitive personal information on thousands of fellow workers, potentially exposing them to identity theft.

FBI received tip on Florida suspect but didn't investigate


Attorney General Jeff Sessions is ordering a review of the Justice Department's processes, saying the shooting that killed 17 people was a "tragic consequence" of the FBI's failures.

​These are the lives lost in the Florida high school shooting


A geography teacher. A ninth grader who hoped to become an occupational therapist. A swimming scholarship winner. The 17 killed in the school massacre included students and school workers, young and old.

What we know about the Florida shooting suspect


Nikolas Cruz, 19, took an Uber to the high school where he is accused of killing 17 people. He is an orphan and has ties to a white supremacist group in Florida. His attorney said he is sad and remorseful and called him a "broken human being."