The you as you are now, and the you before you transitioned. Making sure the government sees that new you can be an arduous process.
The Dodgers won the last two games of the best-of-five NLDS with Kershaw pitching in each and now head to the NL Championship Series to face the Chicago Cubs.
The Santa Monica History Museum recounts the Home's history, dating to 1887. Today it's the site of the West L.A. Veterans Affairs campus.
Tyree Boyd-Pates was a child when he learned he was black. In the decades to follow, he'd come to understand identity through his eyes and the eyes of others.
The vice president is scheduled to be in town for a fundraiser, so motorists driving in Santa Monica, Westwood and West Los Angeles should be prepared for traffic tie-ups Thursday night and Friday morning.
The museum reopens Friday following a $15 million makeover aimed at bringing the country's 37th president closer to younger generations.
Several proposals from private companies would set up partnerships with the Los Angeles transit agency to move major transportation projects ahead.
"Now there's a shift...where checking 'I am other' is actually empowering." A Nation Engaged looks at what it means to be American through the mixed heritage lens.
Congestion improvements will mostly be felt in areas where Metro's Measure M projects will be built, once completed
A new health care provider brought in by the private operator of the Adelanto immigrant detention facility after two detainees died last year has been met with mixed reviews.
The proposed sales tax bump would pay for a massive build-out of new train and highway systems, But will a higher tax affect where you buy your next big screen TV?
A hiker was attacked by a Black Bear near Sierra Madre. Take Two takes a look at human-bear relations and how to stay safe in a bear encounter.
Authorities say a man in his 30s had traumatic injuries and died at a hospital Monday night.
Tens of thousands of customers in the South Bay were briefly without power Tuesday. The outage also prompted warnings to shelter in place as the Torrance refinery burned off product in response to the outage.
Documents and contracts obtained by KPCC and interviews with former detainees raise questions about the state's largest privately-run site for immigrants.
All southbound lanes of I-605 were closed well into the morning commute during the cleanup and investigation of the multi-vehicle crash.