Health

Researchers Search For Reasons Why Women's Alzheimer's Risk Is Higher Than Men's

Records Show Medicare Advantage Plans Overbill Taxpayers By Billions Annually

More Kids Are Getting Placed In Foster Care Because Of Parents' Drug Use

Local

Pasadena becomes stage in federal court battle over protected status for some immigrants

Music, prayers, and calls to action: Scenes from the Pasadena #ElPasoFirme vigil

Immigrant Families Are Dropping Public Benefits, And A Proposed Trump Rule Could Be Why

Environment & Science

Crumbling cliffs could become more common with climate change

Years After The Gas Blowout, Recriminations Continue In Porter Ranch

As Climate Changes, Taxpayers Will Shoulder Larger U.S. Payouts To Farmers

Education

Revised Math Program Reduces Failure Rate At Cal State

Shutdown Of For-Profit College Limits Options For Students

School Segregation Gap Growing For Latino Children

Business & Economy

How An LA Charity Is Rescuing More Food For The Hungry

Harbor Commission Vote Speeds Plans To Automate Port Of L.A.

Riverside County Permits First Cook To Sell Homemade Meals

Crime & Justice

El Paso Shooting Heightens L.A. Latinos' Fears

Popular Musician Among Victims In S.F. Valley Shootings

Federal Judge Temporarily Blocks Arkansas Abortion Restrictions

US & World

Offers Pour In To Cover Pa. Students' Meal Debt, But School Officials Not Interested

Senate Approves Bill To Prevent Sept. 11 Victims' Fund From Running Out Of Money

In 1969, The Military Thought It Had Eliminated Racism In Its Ranks. Then Troops Began Rioting

Politics

Special Coverage: Mueller Testifies Before House Committees

Justice Ginsburg: 'I Am Very Much Alive'

Amid Furor Over Racist Tweets, White House Announces Immigration Bill

Arts & Entertainment

Satirical Staple 'MAD' To Exit Newsstands And Recycle Its Classic Material

Fort Moore Memorial in Downtown L.A. Is Fully Restored

We reunited a musician with the high school teacher who introduced her to Patti Smith's music