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At least 15 structures have been damaged or destroyed since the fire began early Wednesday morning. LAFD estimates that 46,000 people are being affected.
Acreage grew but containment stayed the same at 5 percent as of Wednesday evening. More than 150,000 residents have been evacuated and about 30 structures have been lost.
Weeks away from the statewide legalization of recreational sales, L.A. now has rules for businesses planning to provide marijuana to consumers starting in 2018.
The largest and most destructive wildfire burning in Southern California forced new evacuations and almost reached the ocean Wednesday.
The president has announced that the U.S. is officially recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, fulfilling a campaign promise while unsettling volatile politics in the region.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand wrote on Facebook, "I believe it would be better for our country if he sent a clear message that any kind of mistreatment of women in our society isn't acceptable by stepping aside to let someone else serve."
It created a wave of awareness and brave confrontations over sexual harassment and assault, taking down powerful men in the process.
It's the first time the number of homeless people has grown since 2010. In Los Angeles, homelessness is up by nearly 26 percent, fueled by high housing prices.
Severe wind events like this week's Santa Anas have been the primary factor in making this year's fires the most destructive and deadliest ever.
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The community-based theater company celebrates its anniversary with the culmination of its eight-play Hunger Cycle.
The farce tells the story of two brothers, working in the shadow of Shakespeare, who receive a prophecy about the next big thing in theater — the musical.
Defying dire, worldwide warnings, President Donald Trump on Wednesday broke with decades of U.S. and international policy by recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
A brush fire broke out along the 405 Freeway at Mulholland Drive shortly before 5 a.m. on Wednesday, burning uphill through homes and threatening the Getty Center.
When there's smoke in the air due to wildfires, there are different actions you can take to protect yourself. Staying indoors and wearing masks just isn't enough.
Winds coming from two directions are pushing flames toward more highly vegetated areas.