Soccer’s governing body in Cyprus has postponed all first division matches this weekend after a bombing damaged the car of a top referee in the country.
The Museum of Tolerance has acquired a 1937 letter written by Bertrand Russell in which the Nobel Prize-winning philosopher says if the Nazi army invades his native England the British should invite Adolf Hitler to dinner.
A search for a missing hiker from Germany entered its fourth day on Friday with approximately 50 search-and-rescue personnel scouring the Pinnacle Trail area of Lake Arrowhead.
Kobe Bryant is heading overseas to have a medical procedure unrelated to the torn Achilles tendon he sustained in April.
An international Nazi hunter who has dedicated his life to finding justice for the millions of Jews killed in the Holocaust was in Los Angeles Monday to discuss a newly launched campaign in Germany that will help locate war criminals.
On the 69th anniversary of D-Day, a veteran soldier recalled forecasting the weather to help save lives during World War II.
Harry Burkhart is accused of arson but when his mother took the stand during a preliminary hearing Thursday, she is the one who set off sparks.
Dorothee Burkhart, the mother of suspected Hollywood arsonist Harry Burkhart, will be extradited to Germany to face fraud charges.
Federal prosecutors Wednesday filed the formal extradition papers in the case of Dorothee Burkhart, the mother of accused Hollywood arsonist Harry Burkhart.
Edson Buddle returned to the Los Angeles Galaxy on Wednesday after a year in the German second division, adding yet another scoring talent to the defending MLS champions’ star-studded roster.
Inspectors at Los Angeles International Airport have discovered the larvae of a destructive timber pest in a cargo crate from Germany.
A judge Wednesday set a Feb. 7 bail hearing date for the mother of arson suspect Harry Burkhart.
A judge raised bail Tuesday to $7.5 million for the German national suspected of a New Year’s weekend arson rampage in Los Angeles.
The mother of the man suspected of setting dozens of fires in Hollywood over the holidays has had an attorney appointed to represent her during the federal extradition process.
American defender Omar Gonzalez tore a knee ligament during his first practice with Nuremberg of Germany’s Bundesliga and is returning to Los Angeles.