The self-described “toughest sheriff” in America was in the Southland on Friday to support a San Bernardino congressional candidate.
A $12.3 million marketing campaign designed to lure tourists to the United States was unveiled at the Los Angeles Convention Center Monday.
Laptops and iPads containing sensitive information about Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney’s campaign were stolen from an SUV in San Diego last week.
GOP candidate Newt Gingrich’s campaign bus made an unexpected stop Wednesday night when it got a flat tire on Sunset Boulevard.
After months of speculation, City Attorney Carmen Trutanich confirmed Thursday that he will run for district attorney of Los Angeles County.
In a month when iconic spiritual leaders in the African-American community are honored, one group wants the world to know that church leaders don’t speak for everyone.
Rabbis with the Simon Weisenthal Center want the veteran Texas lawmaker to clarify his position on Israel ahead of a potential upset in Iowa.
The council’s 11-0 vote drew a standing ovation from a packed chamber of Occupy L.A. members and other activists.
President Barack Obama is scheduled to return to Los Angeles Monday for a pair of star-studded fundraisers followed by a visit with Jay Leno on the set of “The Tonight Show.”
A key city panel is expected to rule Tuesday on whether a businessman made illegal donations to help re-elect Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
President Barack Obama will visit Los Angeles next week during a West Coast presidential campaign swing, the White House announced Thursday.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry has shored up his position as the Republican frontrunner after Wednesday’s G.O.P. showdown in Simi Valley.
Rupert Boneham may have been a fan favorite on “Survivor,” but would you vote for him as your governor? The reality show all-star run for governor of Indiana.
The Los Angeles-based AIDS Healthcare Foundation announced a petition drive Tuesday to get a city ordinance on the June ballot that would require porn actors to wear condoms.
As many as thirty bus-shelter ads are slated to go up in neighboring cities that challenge the Bible and question the existence of God.