A City Council committee made several recommendations Tuesday to change the way Los Angeles considers and approves construction projects.
Trump introduced conservative federal appellate judge Neil Gorsuch as his choice to fill the Supreme Court seat that has been vacant for nearly a year, since the death of conservative Antonin Scalia.
Guild cites concerns that Asghar Farhadi, director of Cannes film festival winner and Oscar-nominated "The Salesman," and his crew may be prevented from entering the country.
US President Donald Trump has crushed the most defiant display yet of official opposition to his immigration and refugee restrictions -- but resistance continued to spread Tuesday, inside and outside the government.
The horror-thriller "Split" led the way at North American theaters over the weekend, spoiling the debut of "A Dog's Purpose," which was dogged by protests by animal-rights activists, according to final figures released Monday.
The Trump presidency has created a major, perhaps insurmountable, hurdle for Los Angeles to overcome in its bid to secure a third Olympic Games later this year, Olympic historians said in remarks reported Tuesday.
In a case cracked through the use of "familial" DNA, law enforcement officials Monday identified a man believed to have committed the 1976 murder of Karen Klaas, the ex-wife of singer/songwriter Bill Medley of The Righteous Brothers.
A landslide behind a house in the Hollywood Hills Monday took out much of the home's back yard as it slid into the front yards of two houses across the street below, taking out power lines and burying a vehicle.
Several congressional Republicans have spoken out against President Donald Trump's immigration and refugee restrictions, reflecting unease within the president's party about the direction he is taking in his first weeks in office.
President Donald Trump on Monday fired the acting attorney general, a holdover from the Obama administration, after she ordered Justice Department attorneys not to defend his controversial immigration orders.