Gun owners’ groups are considering recall campaigns against five Democratic state lawmakers, including Assembly Speaker John Perez.
The bill would make the state the first to give youths the right “to participate in sex-segregated programs, activities and facilities” based on their self-perception, regardless of their birth gender.
If you’ve ever wanted to see your name in lights, this could be your chance.
Gay rights activists on Wednesday called for a boycott of the Beverly Hills Hotel, citing the hotel owner’s ties to alleged “state-sponsored homophobia.”
When it comes to enjoying sporting events meat-free, Lakers and Clippers fans have a lot to celebrate, according to a new survey released Wednesday.
Betty White wants to take you out to dinner – as long as it’s not a steakhouse.
(WARNING: Please be advised this article contains extremely disturbing content.) LOS ANGELES (CBS) — A tip from Los Angeles Police Department investigators has lead to the arrest of a gay rights icon in San Francisco […]
What happens when you’re renting a house and the owner goes into foreclosure?
Animal rights activists who want to put an end to the traditional traveling circus are getting some support from a few Hollywood celebrities.
Major League Baseball has asked a bankruptcy judge to order the sale of the Dodgers, according to the Los Angeles Times.
City Council members voted Tuesday to approve an ordinance that prohibits the sale of animal hair, wool or fur as clothing or other personal attire.
The ban, which would even extend to procedures performed for religious purposes, is aimed at supplementing existing California law that prohibits female genital mutilation and extending that protection to young boys.
Thousands of union leaders and workers marched through the streets of downtown Los Angeles, vowing and shouting that they would fight for organized labor in California after recent union setbacks in Wisconsin.
A pair of billboards from opposing sides of the gun debate will be parked near the downtown Los Angeles Times office.
In the wake of the tragedy in Tucson, state lawmakers are pushing for a bill to make it legal to carry a concealed weapon without a background check.