Hillary Clinton is eyeing a decisive win in South Carolina's Democratic presidential nomination race, hoping to gain momentum against Bernie Sanders before the high-stakes "Super Tuesday" contest.
Three counter-protesters were stabbed today while clashing with Ku Klux Klan members staging a rally at a park in Anaheim, where 13 people were arrested.
Thousands of fans flocked to the site of the old Tower Records store on Sunset Boulevard today to see Elton John perform a free concert.
High School students are invited to submit their original art for a Congressional Art Competition!
Congressman Ted Lieu (CA-33) has sent an invitation to all artistically inclined high school students to participate.
Pianist Jeffrey Siegel brings his "Keyboard Conversations" back to Beverly Hills Saturday with "An American Salute" featuring Leonard Bernstein's unpublished tribute to his wife, and George Gershwin's own piano arrangement of his "Rhapsody in Blue."
Children's Hospital Los Angeles doctors inserted a tiny device into a fetal heart to normalize blood flow and strengthen a newborn for open-heart surgery after birth.
Southern California Gas Co. filed an appeal today of a judge's order requiring the company to continue funding temporary housing for Porter Ranch residents whose neighborhoods were affected by the Aliso Canyon natural gas leak.
Former White House contender Chris Christie formally backed Donald Trump for the Republican presidential nomination on Friday, becoming the first major party figure to endorse the billionaire.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Feb. 26). You've an eye for beauty, and you'll be surrounded by it this year. Before March is over you'll be unofficially in charge of a project that's even less official, which is officially the best position to be in! A loved one makes you proud in May. In July there will be money from an investment you made long ago. Sagittarius and Virgo adore you.
Barbara and Martin Schechter moved to Beverly Hills half a century ago, taking up residence in a beautiful home that had once been featured in Architectural Digest.