Bird and Lime, the operators of dockless electric scooters that have become a Millennial fad but have raised concerns about safety and cluttering of sidewalks, want supporters to descend on Santa Monica City Hall Tuesday evening to protest the firms' possible ouster from the municipality.
Prosecutors in Chile on Wednesday said they have requested the Vatican files of nine Chilean priests being investigated for sexual abuses.
A Los Angeles federal judge overseeing a consent decree regulating the detention of immigrant children said Friday she now requires an independent monitor to provide "unbiased" reports on how detainees are being treated within the facilities.
Hundreds of friends, relatives and classmates -- many donning superhero shirts or capes -- gathered Friday for a solemn funeral to remember Anthony Avalos, the 10-year-old Lancaster boy who was allegedly tortured to death by his mother and her boyfriend.
A federal judge in San Diego issued an order on Monday barring officials from deporting newly reunited immigrant families for up to one week.
A 20-year-old woman was sentenced Friday to life in prison without the possibility of parole for her role in the fatal beating of a USC graduate student from China who was attacked near campus while walking to his apartment after a study session, and the getaway driver was sentenced to 15 years to life behind bars.
US officials have resorted to DNA testing on up to 3,000 detained children who remain separated from their migrant parents, a top official said Thursday as President Donald Trump's administration struggles to rapidly reunite families at the center of a border crisis.
Los Angeles' mayor and city attorney joined other officials across the country Tuesday in a court filing opposing President Donald Trump's efforts to order long-term detention of migrant children and eliminate child-welfare oversight being provided by state licensing agencies.
The son of actor Ryan O'Neal and the late Farrah Fawcett was sued by a man he allegedly stabbed during a crime spree in May.
Three undocumented migrant mothers filed a lawsuit Tuesday against President Donald Trump's administration, demanding to be reunited with the daughters they were forcibly separated from after crossing the Mexican border to seek asylum.