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About 50 advocates rallied outside a 7-Eleven store in L.A.'s Koreatown neighborhood Tuesday to protest recent immigration enforcement sweeps at the convenience stores nationwide.
Federal prosecutors say FBI agent arrested Deputy Kevin Collins on Tuesday in a sting operation. They say Collins thought he was arriving to provide security for a drug deal when he was taken into custody in Pasadena.
"If it is determined that this was a hate crime, we will cry not only for our son, but for LGBTQ people everywhere that live in fear or who have been victims of hate crime."
Officials are raising the projected cost of the first phase of California's bullet train by 35 percent, to $10.6 billion. The extra $2.8 billion comes on a 199-mile segment in the Central Valley that is partly under construction.
Dr. Ronny Jackson said the president could benefit from losing between 10 and 15 pounds over the coming year as well as beginning an exercise regimen.
Deputies checking on the home of David and Louise Turpin found at least three children chained and padlocked to their beds in "dark and foul-smelling surroundings," according to sheriff's officials.
Seven people remain hospitalized a week after they were injured in mudslides that devastated the coastal town of Montecito, killing 20.
Brown is paring down his troubled proposal for redoing California's north-south water system in hopes of launching the mega-project before he leaves office this year.
The Trump administration is appealing a judge's ruling temporarily blocking its decision to end protections for nearly 800,000 young immigrants.
In past generations, committee chairs were masters of the agenda, ruling based on their seniority and longevity. They kept their grip on the gavels until they, or the Almighty, decided otherwise.
Bannon's interview follows his spectacular fall from power after being quoted in a book that he sees the president's son and others as engaging in "treasonous" behavior during the 2016 campaign.
A newer type of breast imaging costs more. It's not yet clear if the three-dimensional approach is more effective at catching cancers that will kill.
Officials say an emaciated teenager led deputies to a home in Perris where her 12 brothers and sisters were locked up in filthy conditions, with some of them malnourished and chained to beds.
A federally funded experimental program is partnering with a Latino grocery chain to reward people who use their food stamps to put more fresh produce on their tables.
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Born in the Philippines and raised in the Bay Area, Ruby Ibarra uses hip-hop to speak on her experiences as an immigrant and a brown woman.
In his directorial debut, the filmmaker juxtaposes Christianity and LGBTQ counter cultures in a teen's coming-of-age story.
On Saturday, Hawaii residents woke up to frightening but false alert that a ballistic missile was inbound and to seek immediate shelter.
On Saturday, Babe.net published the account of a woman monikered as Grace who went on a date with comedian and actor Aziz Ansari in September.
Week in politics: How lawmakers will pass a deal to fund the government, what DACA has to do with it, and more| January 16 2018, 9:16 AM
AirTalk’s political experts Matt Rodriguez and Sean T. Walsh preview the week to come in politics.
Future of food? There’s an app for that. How algorithms and the Internet of things might change cooking| January 16 2018, 9:04 AM
Using recipes to cook is an idea that’s so 2000, at least according to some futurists that have turned their attention on how to life-hack cooking to make it a better, easier experience.
The repercussions of Hawaii's huge Emergency Alert mistake are still being felt — here's how California's system differs.
Music journalist Steve Hochman offers his take on new music from three unique bands.
The plan calls for installing five trailers in a downtown parking lot in an effort to help shelter some of the 25,000 in LA who currently live outdoors.