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John Goddard, the La Cañada Flintridge adventure-seeker who earned the nickname “the real life Indiana Jones,” has died. He was 88.
Hipsters and their love of Pabst Blue Ribbon are to blame for the higher price of beer, researcher says.
More than 100 conservative economists will call on Congress to approve an immigration overhaul, highlighting potential economic benefits.
Firm's top lawyer called Jackson 'the freak.' The email was disclosed at the trial in the wrongful-death suit filed against AEG by Jackson's mother and children.
An O.C. reserve deputy is listed in critical condition with severe head injuries. Authorities were questioning a 17-year-old who lives in the same home.
L.A.'s mayor-elect offered voters lofty visions. But he faces battles over employee salaries, police overtime pay and how to reverse cuts in numerous city services.
'Girls Gone Wild' founder Joe Francis lashes out at jurors
More than 75% of the union's patient care employees scheduled to work show up, resulting in overstaffing at some of the five medical centers.
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Aetna--along with UnitedHealth Group and Cigna--is sitting out the first year of the state's health insurance exchange.
Oklahoma tornado survivor's dog is found during TV interview in an emotional reunion.
After enduring decades as a second-tier tourist destination, Palm Springs is looking for a comeback with its Downtown PS redevelopment project.
OK, so Dzhokhar Tsarnaev stands accused of blowing up three people, injuring 282 more and shooting to death an MIT campus police officer. He's also got fans, or more accurately, he's got fangirls, thousands of them.
Jered Weaver could rejoin the Angels ' starting rotation next week, Manager Mike Scioscia said Tuesday.
WASHINGTON — A sweeping bipartisan plan to overhaul the nation’s immigration system headed to the Senate floor after a key committee approved it Tuesday, but not before tilting the bill to the political right with amendments designed
It's unclear what kind of retrial former dictator Efrain Rios Montt of Guatemala will face, or whether power brokers played a role in the high court ruling.
The Senate Finance Committee grills the IRS' Douglas Shulman and Steven Miller. Official Lois Lerner will invoke the 5th Amendment.
Brig. Gen. Bryan T. Roberts, Army basic training camp commander, is suspended over allegations of 'adultery and a physical altercation,' military officials say.
With polls in the race for Los Angeles mayor set to close at 8 p.m., what should we be watching for tonight?
The Los Angeles County district attorney's office plans to retry the case against Bell council members accused of misappropriating public funds by overpaying themselves for sitting on city boards and authorities that rarely met, according to defense attor
Is David Karp, who just sold his startup for $1.1 billion to Yahoo, another Steve Jobs ?