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There's a great deal of uncertainty around North Korea's capabilities, but here are the facts.
Xavier Becerra is trying to force the agency to release documents he contends could show conflicts of interest by Administrator Scott Pruitt.
L.A. County, looking for ways to develop housing for homeless, is turning to "granny flats" as a potential strategy for beefing up the rental stock.
Through a digital lottery, 40 tickets will be sold for every performance for $10 each, and seat locations vary per performance – though some of those seats could be in the front row.
Trump tweeted Friday: "Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded, should North Korea act unwisely. Hopefully Kim Jong Un will find another path!"
Romulo Avelica-Gonzalez has been held at Adelanto detention facility in San Bernardino since he was arrested in February while dropping off his daughters at school.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia wants improvements to Blue Line, which has been losing ridership amid concerns about safety and delays.
What are hospitals' drug policies for the doctors who work on their campuses? Some conduct drug tests, some don't. It can get complicated.
An Orange County judge will rule whether a jury should be allowed to consider the death penalty for the man who confessed to the Seal Beach beauty salon massacre.
Despite North Korea's recent threats to create an "enveloping fire," hotels and beaches are full in the tiny U.S. Pacific territory. "If it's gonna happen, it's gonna happen," says one resident.
After the Russian president moved to expel 755 staffers from U.S. embassies and consulates in response to sanctions, Trump said his administration needs to cut the State Department payroll anyway.
Carhenge in Alliance, Neb., will be prime viewing for this month's total solar eclipse. The town is preparing for thousands of visitors.
A study from UCLA and the Natural History Museum finds that the color of a human's shirt can make a lizard more or less likely to run away.
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Kenny Ortega choreographed and directed the Disney Channel's "High School Musical" and "Descendants" films. He says he'd love to someday make a coming-out story for young people.
This new ESPN film follows the stars of the 1992 Morningside High School basketball team a quarter-century after their state championships.
The term 70s cinema implies true film classics like The Godfather or Taxi Driver. But film critic Charles Taylor believes there’s more to be learned about the decade through its B-movies.
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Christy Lemire, Peter Rainer and Charles Solomon review this weekend’s new movie releases.
The lack of affordable housing in is maybe one of the biggest crises facing the state of California.
On Friday, Trump directed a new threat to Kim Jong Un on Twitter, saying the U.S. military solutions are “locked and loaded.”
Snapchat’s latest earnings report doesn’t look good.
A growing number of advocates and policy experts of all political stripes have been calling for reform of the current bail system.
City Attorney Mike Feuer gave the Department of Justice until Friday to clarify new rules regarding certain undocumented inmates. They haven't. Now what?
Political news from the Golden State.
If you've ever entered a crosswalk after the flashing numerical countdown begins, you've broken the law.
From showbiz cats to beloved school cats, L.A. has been home to many important felines, which makes it the quintessential cat town.