Sports Illustrated is expected to release an ‘extremely negative’ article on Wednesday about the UCLA Bruins men’s basketball team under coach Ben Howland.
The mayor of San Fernando still had a job on Tuesday after a city council effort to remove him failed to pass.
Nearly a year and a half after the “Bell 8″ were arrested for alleged excessive salaries and corruption, one official has become the first city council member of the group to speak publicly on the charges.
A judge on Tuesday agreed to hear arguments from attorneys about dismissing criminal charges against former officials from the city of Bell.
TMZ is revealing text messages from the woman who accused pop star Justin Bieber of fathering her baby.
NEW YORK (WFAN) – A former child-abuse victim himself, former football grad assistant Matt Paknis believes Joe Paterno knew about Jerry Sandusky’s alleged sexual abuse against children years ago. Paknis joined WFAN’s Mike Francesa on […]
Feisty and cagey, ex-President Richard Nixon defended his shredded legacy and shady Watergate-era actions in grand jury testimony that he thought would never come out.
“The New York Post” says Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have officially split after Radar Online reported that a 23-year-old woman is accusing the “Two and a Half Men” star of cheating on his wife at a San Diego nightclub last Friday.
A Southland charter school operator that was brought in to clean house after a local cheating scandal may be shut down over a scandal of its own.
In addition to a special investigator at a cost of $200,000, the department will also start tracking the location of inspectors via their cellphones.
An online action figure company has jumped on the Anthony Weiner sexting scandal bandwagon with a doll of the New York congressman in two versions: censored and uncensored.
Two bloggers apparently sought input from Rep. Darrell Issa after discovering a posting from a high school student that they believed showed she engaged in “private conversations” with Weiner.
Records show the city of Bell paid more than double the assessed value for land in a 2006 redevelopment deal that called for the seller to donate $425,000 to the city.
After months of outrage directed at a city government that made this modest Southern California suburb the national poster child for municipal corruption, Bell residents have a chance on Tuesday to begin anew.
City Clerk Rebecca Valdez is the second witness to be called during the first of three back-to-back preliminary hearings.