President Obama is scheduled to arrive to the Los Angeles area on Monday afternoon for a planned, two-day visit.
The wife of a former presidential candidate can now add best-selling author to her list of credits.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Friday that President Barack Obama and congressional Democrats are to blame for the standoff in Washington that has led to a partial government shutdown.
Former President George W. Bush says President Barack Obama should not be criticized for the amount of golf he plays.
President Barack Obama has canceled a planned trip to Los Angeles scheduled for next week, officials said Friday.
Protestors defended Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and questioned the assertion his government is responsible for the August 21 attack on its people.
Supporters and protestors alike showed up as President Barack Obama’s motorcade concluded it’s first day in the Southland at the Hilton Hotel in Woodland Hills.
The parents of a developmentally disabled seventh grader announced Monday that their attorney will file a lawsuit against the Los Angeles Unified School District after they say their son was sexually assaulted by another student during a physical education class.
A group of Santa Monica High School students are doing their best to bring President Barack Obama to their graduation.
Outgoing Labor Secretary Hilda Solis could be setting her sights on a Los Angeles County supervisor seat when she steps down from her position in the Obama Administration.
A case of campaign vandalism is under investigation Friday in Alta Loma.
U.S. Secret Service agents Tuesday were seen exiting the home of an Inland Empire resident after he hung an effigy of President Obama from a noose as a Halloween decoration.
A Los Angeles-based street artist credited with creating the iconic Obama “Hope” poster will not serve any prison time on federal contempt charges.
LeBron James scored 30 points and the U.S. men’s Olympic basketball team rallied from an early 10-point deficit to beat Brazil 80-69 on Monday night.
President Barack Obama basked in the support of his gay and lesbian backers Wednesday night, revving up an enthusiastic crowd with a pledge to not tolerate any attempts to roll back rights that gay Americans have gained under his administration.