With trade talks at an impasse, Trump issues an executive order blocking U.S. companies from using products made by Huawei and other Chinese telecom firms.
A rogue human rights activist was plotting the overthrow of the North Korean government from Los Angeles. He allegedly took over its embassy in Madrid.
The son of an L.A exec who admitted paying a $400,000 bribe to secure a spot at Georgetown for his kid has sued the university to stop it from kicking him out.
President Trump's top White House lawyer told House Democrats they will not comply with requests for documents, another escalation from the administration.
Boy Scouts of America weighs filing for bankruptcy amid mounting sex abuse allegations. One Scout expert counted more than 12,000 reported victims.
Analysts expected that Disney's movie studio operations would be hit hard with layoffs.
Stacey Abrams speaks to the Los Angeles Times on the battle over abortion in Georgia, the value of boycotts and California's role in pushing national change.
Older, traditional Chinese restaurants are disappearing from the San Gabriel Valley at an alarming rate.
At this new Venice restaurant in the heart of Abbot Kinney, chef Vartan Abgaryan trains his eye on "modern Californian" cooking.
After Alabama and Georgia enact abortion laws, TV host Busy Philipps launches the #youknowme campaign to shed light on women's experiences with abortion.
Down to the last out with the bases loaded, Mike Trout was hit with a pitch to force in the Angels’ last run, but Shohei Ohtani grounded out in the 8-7 loss.
Alabama's overwhelmingly male state Senate voted to all but criminalize abortion, and I'm sick of male politicians and judges making decisions about my body
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin gave a Senate subcommittee a promising update Wednesday on trade issues with Canada, Mexico and Europe.
But Tioga Road remains closed, and many trails are still covered in snow, and more is on the way over the next several days..
Café Ohlone is a semi-permanent restaurant serving weekly lunches and teas and twice-a-month dinners of ancestral Ohlone cuisine.