Embattled Clippers owner Donald Sterling is facing another legal challenge.
NBC and TMZ are the latest to learn how the irresistible urge for a scoop, even for a matter of minutes, can burn a news organization.
V. Stiviano, the woman whom Donald Sterling was talking to when he made racist remarks, is “very saddened” by his lifetime NBA ban, and she didn’t release the recording of their conversation, her lawyer said Tuesday.
Los Angeles Clippers Head Coach and Senior Vice President of Basketball Operations Doc Rivers spoke out Monday, giving a statement on behalf of the Clippers organization in light of the controversy surrounding the alleged racist comments of owner Donald Sterling.
Columbus Short won’t be returning to “Scandal” following his legal troubles.
The public was outraged at a Centinela Valley Union High School District board meeting after it surfaced that the board was paying $50,000/year for a $1 million whole-life insurance policy for its superintendent.
“Scandal” actor Columbus Short was arrested Wednesday for allegedly punching a man at a West Los Angeles restaurant earlier this month, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office.
The FBI is now in on the case of a high school cheating scandal in Orange County.
A cheating scandal has led to the expulsion of 11 high school students in Orange County.
A Newport Beach high school is being rocked by allegations that at least two students and a tutor hacked into a computer to change grades.
An international jury has begun hearings into what could be one of the biggest scandals in the 162-year history of the America’s Cup.
A football player from Westlake High School’s football team was reportedly arrested for committing a sexual hazing assault while in Hawaii on a recent road trip.
It’s Emmy time again, and among the nominees for the top awards are five first-time contenders, three of whom have been acting for decades on the big and/or small screen.
No “Scandal” here: Kerry Washington is a newlywed.
Protesters were expected Tuesday to descend upon IRS offices throughout Southern California and nationwide in the wake of reports that the tax collection agency targeted conservative groups.