A self-described civil rights group is calling on a Southern California high school to get rid of its longstanding Arab mascot that it deems offensive.
Foster Farms, already in the news for contamination at its processing plants, now has another headache: one customer said she pulled a chicken head out of one of their packages.
The ever-controversial Hollywood Millennium Project was accused Friday of wrongdoing and ethics violations.
In the end, the professor schooled his housemates.
Parents at Broadoaks Children’s School of Whittier College learned last night about the removal of a teacher — following allegations that he played a tongue touching game with a preschool student in February.
The Reverend Jesse Jackson was in Los Angeles Friday to discuss voting rights issues.
An African-American woman who lives in the Southland is rushing to Paula Deen’s defense even as the celebrity chef lost more business partners Thursday.
Los Angeles Fire Chief Brian Cummings apologized Wednesday for a controversial photo depicting Mexicans he displayed on Twitter.
The Los Angeles Fire Department is in hot water over a controversial photo depicting Mexicans.
Recent deadly motorcycle crashes in the Inland Empire have reignited the controversial debate of lane-splitting, which involves the legal act of bikers riding between cars on freeways.
She was controversial before she was even born.
The adjectives are already being tossed around. Jodie Foster’s Golden Globe speech was all things to all people. Depending on who’s doing the talking, the speech has been called remarkable, touching, candid, vague, forthcoming, strange, meandering, moving … the speech has Hollywood all abuzz.
Director Spike Lee called the movie “disrespectful” to slavery and says he won’t see it. PEOPLE’s Alynda Wheat, who is, incidentally, a black woman, said “The first hour is brilliant.”
A Southern California filmmaker allegedly linked to a controversial Anti-Islamic film made a brief appearance overnight after being holed up inside his Cerritos home for more than three days.
Nakoula Nakoula, the embattled producer of the anti-Muslim movie “The Innocence of Muslims,” remained locked behind the doors of his Cerritos home Friday.