Gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom shared his tax returns. Here’s what we learned

by admin | on May 9

In his first five years as California’s lieutenant governor, Gavin Newsom made more than $4 million from his wineries, restaurants,

To live a long life in America, it helps to be born in the right county

by admin | on May 9

A child born in the United States in 2014 can expect to live 79.1 years, on average.But that figure doesn’t

Driver is shot in the leg during argument with another motorist

by admin | on May 9

A man who was shot in the leg early Monday morning in the Vermont-Slauson neighborhood of South Los Angeles drove

In L.A., teens balance high school with planning in case their parents are deported

by admin | on May 8

It was hard not to eavesdrop in the tiny Pico-Union studio where Maria Garcia grew up.She was around 9 when

Trump says we need a government shutdown. Here’s what’s happened in the past

by admin | on May 7

It’s a political gambit that President Trump seems to think will pay off: Let the federal government grind to a

Early lessons from tough bosses took Kate Duchene into the problem-solving business

by admin | on May 7

Since December, Kate W. Duchene has been chief executive of Resources Connection Inc., parent of RGP, a 3,300-employee company with

All the free comics available on Free Comic Book Day, and our top picks

by admin | on May 7

Free Comic Book Day is here, and with 50 different titles to chose from, it’s easy to be overwhelmed. Thus,

What to know about France’s presidential hopefuls, Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen

by admin | on May 6

France will elect a new president Sunday, with centrist Emmanuel Macron of the En Marche! movement and Marine Le Pen

Are those real seashells? Photos? Paintings? In artist Mark Roeder’s show, the answer is none of the above

by admin | on May 5

Earnestness and intimacy aren't the first attributes that come to mind when you think about art of a conceptual bent,

Late-spring rainstorm will hit Southern California this weekend

by admin | on May 5

Southern California’s wet season is not quite over.A late-spring storm is expected to bring rain — and perhaps even snow

Focaccia bread recipes – California Cookbook

by admin | on May 4

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California’s House Republicans are crucial to the healthcare vote. More than half are undecided

by admin | on May 4

After working feverishly to find more members to support their bill to roll back the Affordable Care Act, House Republican

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