Crime & Justice
A spokeswoman for Pulse in Orlando said Tuesday that the benefit will be held Aug. 19 at the NeueHouse Hollywood in Los Angeles.
In the aftermath of the deadly attacks against law enforcement officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck joined AirTalk to discuss tensions running high.
The effort to overturn the state's strict new gun laws could be a longshot — signatures must be gathered for six separate petitions by Sept. 29 to qualify for the November 2018 ballot.
Amid a national debate about police shootings, a fatal shooting in Watts Monday night is drawing criticism and praise of L.A. police in a high-crime neighborhood.
Police say the suspect took off running while officers on patrol were dispersing a group of people hanging out late Monday in the Watts section of the city.
Nearly 200 law enforcement robots and related parts have been transferred to California agencies from the military, including to many smaller police forces.
Adam Dandach, 22, pleaded guilty last year to attempting to provide material support to a terror group and lying on his passport application.
The shooting took place at Club Blu Bar and Grill, which was reportedly holding an all-ages event.
"She remains an unacceptable risk to society if released," Jerry Brown said of Leslie Van Houten, who's serving a life sentence for her part in a 1969 killing spree.
A judge on Friday said lawyers for Marion "Suge" Knight cannot receive additional information about several potential witnesses in the murder case against the one-time rap mogul.
After a spike in the murder rate earlier in the year, the LAPD set up a special operation to police South LA. Those officers will remain at least through summer.
An exploration of the relation between police and the military and how the recent back-to-back attacks on police are impacting those communities.
There is growing concern that the nature of terrorism is changing— from precise and planned to simple and crude attacks that can still inflict major damage.
In the wake of the past three weeks of violence, a reverend in Reseda is bringing together his African American congregation and police in a town hall.
A chat with law enforcement officials and a community leader about how police can better connect with the community and how citizens can show support.
The L.A. County Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a $10.1 million payout to a Lynwood man who spent 20 years behind bars for a murder he did not commit.