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Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is making his presence known as the new Clippers owner.
The Clippers have won back-to-back Pacific Division championships, and this summer they hung banners commemorating those titles at their practice facility in Playa Vista.
A committee of Los Angeles lawmakers decided Tuesday to seek outside help in analyzing the possible effects of raising the minimum wage to $13.25 or $15.25.
The iconic neon "Jesus saves" sign in downtown L.A. has quite the story. It was once part of the Church of the Open Door, then moved to the United Artists Theater, which served as the Los Angeles University Cathedral. Now the building that the sign sits on houses the Ace Hotel.
The U.S. government has boosted security at federal buildings in Washington and across the country in response to last week's terrorist attack outside the Canadian Parliament building in Ottawa that killed one soldier, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said in a statement Tuesday.
In a court filing Monday, attorneys for more than 60 women soccer players charged that federations in Mexico and Costa Rica were asked to punish players unless they removed their names from a lawsuit against FIFA, world soccer’s governing body, and the Canadian Soccer Assn.
Scientists have discovered two viruses that were preserved for 700 years in frozen reindeer poop collected from northern Canada.
Los Angeles police looking for additional clues released a video Monday showing a man being repeatedly run over and dragged by a car, but somehow surviving.
Confused by the ins and outs of how the governors of New York and New Jersey are coping with the Ebola crisis? Relax, there is an answer, but in this midterm election year, it appears that politics is trumping science.
A robber who held up a Eureka gas station had a change of heart after pulling off the heist and returned to the filling station to give back the money, authorities said.
Robert Kyncl, the head of television and film for Google Inc.’s YouTube, has paid $7.665 million for a home in Hancock Park.
It was a memorable moment for former Camarillo pitcher Hunter Virant last week. He pitched in a scrimmage for UCLA. And he was healthy.
The Ducks' Corey Perry looked at a whiteboard with the Chicago Blackhawks’ lines written on it, knowing that it’s going to be another stiff assignment with Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews to confront.
Proposition 45, a ballot measure that would regulate health insurance rates, is ahead, according to a new Internet poll by the Hoover Institution at Stanford University.
There's no mystery about the future of NBC's "The Mysteries of Laura."
"The Daily Show" is broadcasting from Austin, Texas, this week, but the news was taking place back in its usual home of New York City, where a doctor was diagnosed with Ebola and a nurse was put under mandatory quarantine in New Jer...
Playing in the Pac-12 means rarely playing a bad quarterback, but UCLA’s defense has received a bit of a break the last two weeks. Not because California and Colorado don’t have good quarterbacks — they do — but because Jared Goff and Sefo Liufau aren’t necessarily...
No guyliner expense was spared for the heavily costumed and zombie-faced extravaganza that was Halloween at “Dancing With the Stars.” And Week 7 really brought out the smoky eyes, spooky-looking trees and upped the production value in the glitterverse, while as host Tom Bergeron...
Biotech giant Amgen Inc. said Tuesday it will eliminate up to 1,100 additional jobs next year as the Thousand Oaks firm faces pressure to split into two.
Much speculation surrounded the Dallas Cowboys' quarterback situation late in their game against the Washington Redskins on "Monday Night Football" this week.