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Veterans in West LA see their PTSD clinic as their home. So why does the VA want to move it?
OCDA Tony Rackauckas was a no-show for what could have been the first, real candidates' debate in the hotly contested race. He said he was working on the Golden State killer case.
Investigators compared DNA collected from a crime scene to online genetic profiles and found a match: a relative of Joseph James DeAngelo.
Investigators suspected David Witthuhn in the bludgeoning death of his wife, Manuela, in 1981. His second wife says the shadow of that destroyed him.
The outgoing CIA director secured support from 57 senators, with 42 voting no — one of the slimmest margins for the job in recent history.
A jury concluded he sexually violated Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004. He claimed the encounter was consensual.
The issue emerged over a bill that seeks to classify selling or advertising gay conversion therapy as a fraudulent business practice in the state. Among those making the Bible ban claim is Republican Assemblyman Travis Allen, who is running for governor.
Metro suspended train service between its Memorial Park and Allen stations and has brought in buses to get passengers on their way.
Officer John Bailey, 43, is accused of knowingly committing workers' compensation fraud and receiving benefits under false pretenses.
Pruitt will be hoping to satisfy the many questions from lawmakers — but his main audience will be down the street, at the White House.
A new study confirms what some researchers have been saying for decades — standardized tests have little or no value in predicting students' success in college. So why do institutions use them?
Jackson decried "baseless and anonymous attacks on my character and integrity," following detailed accusations including improper prescribing of drugs and wrecking a government vehicle while drunk.
Los Angeles may have ended its boycott against Arizona, but it continues to restrict business with North Carolina and Mississippi.
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The actress is on the lookout for roles she hasn't played before. In her new film, "Disobedience," she has an affair with a childhood friend.
The former comedian and TV show host is building up his Entertainment Studio Motion Pictures company, which has interests in both film and television.
Bill Cosby was convicted Thursday of drugging and molesting a woman in the first big celebrity trial of the #MeToo era.
As Ronny Jackson withdraws from Veterans Affairs nomination, a look at the future of the government’s second largest department| April 26 2018, 9:56 AM
President Trump’s White House physician, Adm. Ronny Jackson, withdrew his bid Thursday to become the secretary of Veterans Affairs amid allegations that cast doubt on his leadership abilities.
John Lasseter’s leave from Disney comes to a close – what’s next and what will it portend for #MeToo?| April 26 2018, 9:53 AM
The half-year “sabbatical” of John Lasseter, the animator who steered Disney’s animation ventures to success, is now coming to a close – but can and should he return to Disney?
When news of the Cambridge Analytica data breach broke in late March, Mark Zuckerberg might as well have been the Big Bad Wolf of online privacy concerns, but one month after the fact and Google’s teeth have begun to appear just as sharp.
Whether you’ve gone to LA’s City Hall for a ceremony or to troubleshoot city tax issues or gathered at the lawn below for a speech or during the Women’s March, you’re undoubtedly familiar with this fixture of Los Angeles.
While not all of the migrants will try to enter the United States, one reporter says at least 200 plan to seek asylum Sunday. They face long odds.
More than two years after placing a $1,000 deposit for the car, sight unseen in March 2016, motor critic Sue Carpenter gets her Tesla Model 3.
The company behind the proposal wants to create a zero-emission transit line up to Dodger Stadium. It's not the first time the idea has come up.
Whether it's planters or spikes, designs of outdoor city space that are meant to deter vagrancy keep everyone away.
Their shiny new stadium opens up in Exposition Park Sunday, within spitting distance of USC and the Coliseum, and a short drive from Staples Center.