US & World
The U.S. military has joined forces with environmental groups to preserve natural habitats. More than 400 threatened and endangered species are benefiting, and so is the Pentagon.
Elizabeth Bodine-Baron of RAND explains how a social media company can determine which accounts to block, and if it can make a difference.
The Summer Olympics in Rio have officially come to a close.
The photo of the rescued boy in Syria has inspired sympathy, outrage — and donations. But will it be forgotten tomorrow?
More than 40,000 people have been detained and approximately 20,000 arrested. More than 5,000 civil servants have lost their jobs.
After the head of the U.S. Olympic Committee issued a formal apology to Rio and Brazil over the U.S. swimmers' behavior, star athlete Ryan Lochte broke his silence over a debunked robbery claim.
With her seventh Olympic medal, Allyson Felix now becomes the most decorated female athlete in U.S. track and field's history.
More than a thousand people have been rescued as the state is drenched and battered by what the Governor has called an "unprecedented and historic flooding event."
Violence erupted and businesses were set ablaze after an officer shot and killed a 23-year-old man during a foot chase Saturday.
The Defense Department says a U.S. drone attack killed Hafiz Saeed Khan, who reportedly participated in attacks against U.S. and coalition forces.
It took a century for women to play water polo at the Olympics, and Maureen O'Toole was on that first team. Now she's watching an Olympian she coached compete in Rio.
At Supermercado Brazil, a tiny Brazilian grocery store in Culver City, Mariana Pinheiro watched the opening ceremonies on Friday afternoon from her computer at the counter.
Russia's para-athletes were caught up in the same scandal as the country's Olympic team. "The anti-doping system in Russia is broken," says one official.
One person remained hospitalized and dozens of others were injured after a railing collapsed during a concert in Camden, New Jersey.
Forget DeLorean. For the next few weeks you can time-travel by Metro — or, at least, you can meet gold-medal heroes of L.A. Olympics past. See our interactive map for the full schedule of who, where, and when.