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More military veterans live in Southern California than anywhere else in the nation. I tell their stories -- from those who excel after discharge to those who falter. How is America supporting its commitment to veterans and their families? How are we falling short?
Stories by Libby Denkmann
Driving in the rain is natural when you live outside of LA. But once you've been here for too long, you might forget a few things...
AG Sessions wants to expand a controversial program seizing property from suspected criminals. California has some protections but advocates say it's not enough.
Venice neighbors are tussling with a major Hollywood producer over delayed construction and a famous work of art.
Judges in several states have entirely wiped away borrowers' private student loan debt because of missing or inaccurate paperwork.
With rents rising and vacancy rates low, California is facing a deep housing crisis.
California Governor Jerry Brown told Sacramento lawmakers on Thursday that the upcoming cap-and-trade extension will be the "most important vote of your life."
"L.A. is a vibe, it's a lifestyle. It's freedom."
Ideologically, Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron couldn't be more different. But both pulled off surprise election wins by throwing out the political playbook.
A month ago, voters in the 34th district chose Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez to take Xavier Becerra's old seat in Congress — so why hasn't Gomez been sworn in?
She'll forever hate the Cubs, but she grew to love the Dodgers.
What was your own moment that you realized L.A. truly felt like home?
A newly released survey says too often, voters who don't speak English didn't get the assistance they needed - and the law requires - at California polling places last November.
Democratic senators expressed shock and concern Thursday over the firing of FBI director James Comey during an intelligence committee hearing on Capitol Hill.
Tuesday's announcement that President Trump had fired FBI Director James Comey appeared to take lawmakers of both parties off guard.
Sinclair Broadcast Group is not content with being pretty big. It wants to be huge. Sinclair announced Monday it will buy Tribune Media for almost $4 billion.