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Congress has voted to restore funding through Feb. 8 after senators made an agreement to pursue immigration bills in the future. The stopgap spending measure heads to President Trump's desk.
A Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit ranked the states on their adoption of regulations that address the top road safety threats. California fell in the middle.
"As unprecedented numbers of people channel their political energy through this medium, it's being used in unforeseen ways with social repercussions that were never anticipated," says Facebook.
Cal Fire Riverside County says the skydiver was found on the roof of a residence in the city of Perris Monday afternoon.
Orange County sheriff's deputies are going tent to tent, telling people they need to move. "I didn’t know I was going to end up here, didn’t want to, either," said one man.
The resignations come during the sentencing hearing for Larry Nassar, who has admitted to sexually abusing women and girls as a doctor for USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University.
Officials said Sunday that it will be a gradual process getting residents back into homes in Montecito, where 21 people were killed during flash floods Jan. 9.
There's an explosion of interest in personalized diet approaches and at-home test kits are popping up everywhere. Part of the approach includes analyzing your DNA, but genes can only tell us so much.
Popular DNA ancestry tests don't always find what people expect. That's due to how DNA rearranges itself when egg meets sperm, and also the quirks of genetic databases.
One in five workers is a contract worker, according to a new NPR/Marist poll. Within a decade, contractors and freelancers could make up half of the workforce, a shift with far-reaching implications.
Vice President Mike Pence announces a faster timeline for opening the embassy than had been previously reported, and calls Jerusalem "Israel's capital" in a speech to the Knesset.
As with many of the awards shows this season, it was the treatment of women in Hollywood that stayed at the forefront of the show, which featured a roster of nearly all female presenters and Kristen Bell as its inaugural host. See the complete list of winners.
"It makes me sick to my stomach," one worker says of the mostly automated loading dock. Automation has helped lower diesel pollution by 85 percent‚ but at a high human cost.
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Diggs and his longtime friend, Rafael Casal, co-wrote and co-star in a film that's an ode to their rapidly changing hometown of Oakland.
The singer, songwriter and keyboard player returned to his hometown after 15 years. The result is a stunning new album and two Grammy nominations.
Week in Politics: What to watch for as Senate votes to end shutdown, what Mike Pence is doing in Israel and more| January 22 2018, 9:52 AM
AirTalk political analysts Lanhee Chen of Stanford’s Hoover Institution and Ange-Marie Hancock-Alfaro of USC discuss the latest national political news.
In a surprise decision, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck announced Friday that he would step down.
Heaven. Hell. Reincarnation. What happens after we die has been a core aspect of many religions, and a subject of imagination for many practitioners of the arts.
SoCal's recent mudslides and wildfires have destroyed hundreds of homes and damaged many more. State Sen. Bill Dodd has introduced a bill to solve issues with insurance for victims of natural disasters.
On Monday morning, the city began informing homeless that they must vacate the three-mile-long tent city.
From outsiders claiming their place at the Producers Guild Awards to the all-woman takeover at the Screen Actors Guild awards, here is your awards show debrief.
Safir Wazed been in the US for 20 years and is now a grad student. He doesn't understand why agreeing on a permanent DACA fix is so hard.
As Roe v. Wade turns 45, a reproductive rights law professor explains how California has preserved access when other states have not.