Russian anti-terrorism officials said Monday they were studying a video threatening a strike on the Olympics. Security experts said they were right to take the threat seriously.
As the sun continues to shine and the smoke subsides, kick back and get ready to enjoy this three-day weekend. Here's everything you need to know.
John Rabe talks with Joseph Fink of the hit podcast "Welcome to Night Vale," about a small desert town that might be run by aliens of a shadow government. The show is coming to LA.
Have Asian-Americans found their voice on social media? The recent backlash against ethnic portrayals in "How I Met Your Mother" suggests something is happening.
What happened to the 8-foot Bruce Lee that used to grace a Japanese restaurant in Highland Park?
The zoo says Yun Zi was crated up and driven to Los Angeles on Thursday in preparation for the flight. His keeper and a veterinarian will accompany him.
The independent arbitrator upheld most of a 211-game suspension handed down by Major League Baseball. Alex Rodriguez said he would appeal the decision in a federal court.
The Clippers' 13-point loss to the Lakers in October? Payback came Friday night, with Griffin getting 33 points in the Clippers' largest ever victory over the Lakers.
Humorist Dylan Brody broods about a freelance job to "write a viral video." Who knew you could take something as natural as viral spread and turn it into something sick?
A retrospective exhibition will display vintage and contemporary wrap dress designs, from the first sample to what has become a symbol of power and freedom for generations of women.
Clear room in your calendar for a no pants party on the Metro (seriously), a Mary Poppins sing-a-long at El Capitan and a session of Vinyasa yoga at Angel City Brewery.
Taking a trip around the world by yourself can be daunting. Throw kids into the mix and it can turn a relaxing vacation into anything but. Ciaran Blumenfeld, creator of Momfluential.net, joins the show to tell us the apps she uses to make traveling with kids easier.
Vonn announced Tuesday she would miss the Olympics after "the reality has sunk in that my knee is just too unstable to compete at this level."
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There is a right and wrong way to go about dealing with any workplace pet peeve. The woman behind Slate's 'Dear Prudence' advice column offers some thoughts.
The Bowl Championship Series went out with a bang, with one of the best title games in its 16-year history.