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Sandra Bullock went full-on Scarlet Overkill for the Los Angeles premiere of "Minions," wearing custom-made minion pumps that are the best thing to hit the red carpet since Angelina Jolie's "Maleficent" Louboutins.
The Supreme Court's landmark ruling granting gays and lesbians the right to marry nationwide last Friday culminated a legal battle that has been fought in U.S. courts and at the ballot box for more than a decade, and in the hearts and minds of the public for far longer than that.
As negotiators battle over the final terms of a nuclear deal, Iran and six world powers have begun bickering over an important side issue: who gets the blame if the deal falls through.
For some championship athletes the post-win destination is Disneyland, but for the NBA Finals' MVP Andre Iguodala it was apparently Paris Fashion Week where he turned up in the front row at Lanvin's spring and summer 2016 men's runway show in Paris on June 28.
SpaceX officials say they will be holding daily meetings with NASA and the Air Force in hopes of quickly determining what caused an unmanned rocket carrying cargo for the International Space Station to explode in midair just minutes after liftoff Sunday.
Actors Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas have listed their retreat in Aspen, Colo., for sale at $9.9 million. Griffith filed for divorce last year, and they recently sold their home in Hancock Park for close to $16 million.
It's unusual for Republicans to wield much influence in California's Capitol, but the brewing debate over funding road repairs is an exception.
The Supreme Court by a 5-4 vote blocked the state of Texas, at least for now, from enforcing a strict new abortion law that was likely to close most of the state's remaining abortion clinics.
Two Uber executives for the San Francisco company Uber were taken into police custody Monday in Paris, after a week of turmoil in which local taxi drivers violently protested the on-demand transportation service.
You loyal Los Angeles Times readers are an eclectic bunch, it must be said. What have you been cooking in June? Everything from rigatoni with mushrooms and pancetta to dog biscuits.
The Kings announced Monday they have terminated the contract of center Mike Richards, one day after placing him on unconditional waivers.
NBCUniversal delivered a message to Donald Trump over his recent remarks regarding immigrants: "You're fired."
Bo Ryan thought he was ready to step down as Wisconsin's coach right after the Badgers lost to Duke in the NCAA title game in April.
For anyone wondering what Justin Bieber's next moves might be after teen idoldom and a few years of misanthropy, the single and video for "Where Are U Now?" with Diplo and Skrillex point to an unexpected direction.
Caitlyn Jenner has made her surprise social debut - at a New York City Pride party featuring transgender performer Candis Cayne.
The bid committee trying to bring the 2024 Summer Olympics to Boston has released a new master plan it hopes will win over skeptical local residents who have shown little support for the campaign.
The video shown above should be viewed as a public service announcement to all "Game of Thrones" fans looking for ways to use that sword they bought on the Internet. Do not use it to cut a watermelon. Especially if that watermelon is sitting on a glass table.
There's a baby in Ginger Zee's forecast: The ABC News chief meteorologist is expecting her first child in December.
Take that giddiness down a notch: Bristol Palin says that this time, she got pregnant on purpose.
Trimmed in white, this two-story Traditional invites outdoor entertaining with a tall stone fireplace, a rooftop deck and a swimming pool with a waterfall feature. Wood floors and ceilings, built-ins and an open country-style kitchen lend an East Coast quality to the interiors.