NASA announced a new class of astronauts that was half-female on Monday, but Tuesday marks the 30th anniversary of Sally Ride becoming the first American woman in space.
Monday marks 19 years since O.J. Simpson led police on an infamous low-speed chase in a white Bronco, after he allegedly killed his ex-wife Nicole.
The notoriously reclusive comedy superstar Dave Chappelle is headed back on the road. He'll be co-headlining Funny Or Die’s Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival.
Helen Brush Jenkins, a pioneering photojournalist who made Life magazine when she snapped a photo of her child moments after giving birth, has died. She was 94.
A production company is challenging a Santa Monica music licensing business's claim to ownership of the song "Happy Birthday to You."
Who is that guy sitting courtside? NBA super fan James Goldstein talks about his love of fashion, architecture and basketball.
New Jersey State Police on Thursday were trying to determine what caused the dirt track crash that killed NASCAR driver Jason Leffler on Wednesday night.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that natural genes can’t be patented, striking down the patent on a gene that gave Jolie an increased risk of breast cancer.
Imagineer Tony Baxter’s presentation from 2011’s D23 expo gives a tour of the process behind constructing the iconic Anaheim wonderland.
Suspensions and fines could be in store for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Arizona Diamondbacks after Tuesday night's bench-clearing brawl.
Is it cool to be Asian in America? Is this changing long-held stereotypes about Asian Americans? But what are there real political implications?
Longtime soap opera actress Maxine Stuart has died at age 94. She had regular roles on "The Young and the Restless" and "The Edge of Night."
Sony has officially launched the PlayStation 4, and they’re coming after Microsoft’s Xbox One, including a video mocking Xbox's restrictions on sharing games.
I talked to a young woman about the possibility of peace. She said, “Peace? It’s hard to get your mind around. I mean . . . is that even a thing?”