A Norwegian fitness trainer recently stirred up lots of controversy by posting a selfie taken four days after she gave birth. Some call these photos inspirational, while others saying the pictures put tremendous and unfair pressure on new mothers who aren't able to achieve six pack abs
This weekend, "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" was number one at the box office, bringing in more than $73 million. Movie moguls Harvey and Bob Weinstein believe that some of that money should go to them.
Not everyone is excited by the FCC's proposal to lift the ban on cell calls mid-flight. Though it might be convenient for some, the thought of a plane full of people gabbing relentlessly is creating some criticism of the plan.
Late last week, Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti confirmed with KPCC that his office is conducting a nationwide search for the next chief of the Los Angeles Fire Department. This will be the first time since the 1950s that a new LAFD head will not be hired from within the ranks.
While reports circulate about the poor eating habits of professional athletes, their schools often feed collegiate sports stars. But how much is invested into their diet by dietitians and school budgets?
For almost two decades, New Mexico has led the nation in drug overdose deaths. In 2012, nearly 500 New Mexicans died from drug overdoses. For many, opioids — like prescription painkillers and heroin — are the drugs of choice, and they’re easy to find and often cheap.
Governor Jerry Brown is handing out holiday presents to a few lucky strangers: pardons for one-time criminals who've stayed out of jail, turned their lives around and made positive contributions to their communities.