On Friday, "Paper Towns" premiered in theaters. In it, a teenage boy (played by Nat Wolff) goes on a road trip to find popular girl Margo (Cara Delevingne), who mysteriously disappears with only a few cryptic clues as to where she's gone. It's based on the YA novel by John Green, who also wrote...
Court services could be affected Monday after an early morning blaze erupted inside the Pasadena Courthouse.
President Obama inserted himself deeply into the election season from this remote locale on Monday, blasting the political rhetoric of Republican presidential candidates and what he called a culture of "outrageous attacks" tolerated by the GOP.
When Yana Barba stepped into the Venice Family Clinic's new children's health center this month, what she found was not a typical doctor's waiting room.
As classic diners and soda fountains gave way to double-decker strip malls packed with Chinese restaurants, Margie Myers, a resident of Alhambra for 64 years, didn't say much.
Fed up with a recent rash of gang violence in South Los Angeles, Naima Smith gathered a group Saturday at a Baptist church on Hoover Street to talk about ways to bring peace to their neighborhood.
Responding to inconsistent policies on sexual assaults at college campuses, California lawmakers are considering a package of proposals to address the issue, including one that would require schools to disclose more information about disciplinary actions taken against student offenders.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is celebrating its 50th anniversary in high style, with plans to launch an expanded Wear LACMA collection on Nov. 4 featuring clothing, accessories and perfume created by 19 L.A. fashion designers using the museum's permanent collection as inspiration.
More than a few students over the years have wished they were listening to hip-hop instead of learning about American history.
The Dodgers are chasing a starting pitcher, or two. The Angels covet a left fielder. Both teams would like to add a relief pitcher.
Heavily armed militants rampaged through a town in northern India on Monday, opening fire on a restaurant, cars and a health center and killing at least six people before holing up inside a police station where they were exchanging gunfire with army soldiers, officials said.
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SYDNEY (Reuters) - An earthquake measuring magnitude 6.9 struck the Aleutian Islands in the U.S. state of Alaska late on Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said.
He recently called for cutting tax credits for wind, solar, oil, and gas. Here's what he'll call for next.
Fiat Chrysler will buy back from customers more than 500,000 Ram pickup trucks in the biggest such action in U.S. history as part of a costly deal with U.S. safety regulators to settle legal problems in about two dozen recalls.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Thirteen big name American companies on Monday were to announce $140 billion in low-carbon investments to lend support to a global climate change deal in Paris in December, the White House said.
His scoreless-innings streak having ended Sunday in the Dodgers' 3-2, 10-inning defeat to the New York Mets, Zack Greinke was asked to reflect on the most dominant stretch of his 12-year career.
When James L. White was being raised by a single mother in rural Kentucky, he was taunted by children who chanted, "Who's your daddy?"