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Thousands of social media users are tweeting the same question: Who is burning black churches?
In the land that gave the world the ancient Stoics, Konstantina Mantziorou was doing her best impression of a modern one as she sat outside her two small shops Wednesday.
Bill Gross - the deposed "bond king," formerly of Pacific Investment Management Co. in Newport Beach - acknowledged recently that he was disappointed with his performance for his new employer, Janus Capital Group, where his investments have lost money.
Viewpoint Coach J.J. Prince is beaming these days, because in 2016, he's expected to have two former players in the Ivy League.
Carli Lloyd was still in high school the last time the U.S. won a Women's World Cup. But she hasn't forgotten the experience.
Through half of 2015, auto sales are on track to hit record levels not seen in 15 years - which has many observers convinced the industry will see sales fall soon.
The Clippers will participate in summer league in Orlando, Fla., at Amway Center from July 4-10.
A former federal agent has pleaded guilty to charges that he stole more than $200,000 worth of digital currency and tried to sell law enforcement secrets to the mastermind behind the online drug market Silk Road, prosecutors announced Wednesday.
To the edtior: In a curious decision by the U.S. Supreme Court, ("Despite vote, shift is felt on death penalty," June 30) the justices should be charged with practicing medicine without a license.
Paris Hilton is reportedly looking into suing an Egyptian prankster and the creators of his TV show for emotional distress she experienced during a horrifying airplane stunt they pulled.
Last week as the sun set, Katrina Tsukerman photographed this moment of her son's "new accomplishment."
To the editor: During the Napster era, content populists gleefully scorned labels and publishers for their short-sightedness: If large media concerns continued to insist on payment for their property instead of embracing file-sharing as an opportunity, they'd get what they deserved. Sure enough,...
After striking out with Portland Trail Blazers free agent LaMarcus Aldridge, the Lakers will meet Clippers center DeAndre Jordan.
Former Assemblyman and Republican gubernatorial candidate Tim Donnelly wants California voters to overturn the tough new childhood vaccination requirements signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday.
Midcentury Modern architect Donald Wexler designed several classic Palm Springs buildings, including the main terminal of Palm Springs International Airport, the Royal Hawaiian Estates development and Dinah Shore's home, purchased last year by Leonardo DiCaprio, which could be the ultimate "Mad...
Julie Johnston has been an integral part of a solid U.S. defense that has allowed just 13 shots on goal -- and only one score -- in six Women's World Cup games.
Finance ministers from the Eurozone countries agreed Wednesday to delay negotiations on a new bailout deal for Greece until its divided and crisis-weary people decide in a Sunday referendum if they are willing to endure more belt-tightening to keep the euro as their currency.
The General Lee has been recalled.
The Los Angeles Unified School District has illegally shortchanged high-needs students of millions of dollars meant for them under the state's new school finance system, a lawsuit filed Wednesday alleges.
"American Odyssey" turned out to be a very short epic. NBC has quietly axed the series after just one season.