A new law is intended to protect celebrities’ kids, but many think it can’t keep the cameras at bay
Breeding competitive “roller” pigeons helps keep some residents of Los Angeles’ roughest neighborhoods on the straight and narrow
The city’s first Hispanic mayor in modern times made progress on transportation, energy and public safety during a debilitating economic downturn. What will he do next?
With the remains of suspected cop-killer Christopher Jordan Dorner positively identified, a police department with a complicated history with minority communities reaches out
As police widen their search for Christopher Dorner, those who knew him say the former cop and Navy reservist was nothing but friendly
The Republican Party’s troubles in the Golden State began years ago and could not be mended in time for the election. Does the same fate await the GOP nationwide?
Voters in the Golden State have averted disaster, and now, with Democrats holding a rare supermajority, politicians have a window of opportunity to end the fiscal crisis for good
The proposition is likely to pass but some experts say it may be flawed and may not be helpful to victims
A veteran of the low-budget end of the entertainment industry talks about how the director of the incendiary film got involved in the project
How a sometime adult-film actor found himself cast in the most controversial film of the year