Crime & Justice
The bodies of two men and two women were found Tuesday afternoon, raising the death toll to five people, as authorities searched the the burned-out, abandoned building near MacArthur Park. A homeless man was arrested on suspicion of arson.
When he was arrested Sunday, James Wesley Howell possessed an explosive device, three rifles, a black hood and additional ammunition, according to law enforcement.
When violence strikes the LGBT community, the victims often look like those who died in the Orlando tragedy.
Self-radicalized, or lone wolf? How does the internet and ISIS complicate things? Seamus Hughes at George Washington University breaks it down.
Just one day after Angelenos gathered to celebrate Pride Weekend in West Hollywood, a crowd gathered at City Hall to honor those killed in Sunday's attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando.
Prosecutors say that in the plea agreement filed Monday, Calderon admits accepting tens of thousands of dollars in bribes in exchange for official acts as a legislator.
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.