Mayor Garcetti: Capitol Breach Is 'Horrifying Moment' For AmericaLos Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti condemned the breach of the U.S. Capitol Wednesday by supporters of President Donald Trump seeking to block Congress from affirming Joe Biden's victory.
Trump Tweets About Voter Fraud After Biden Electoral College VictoryA day after President-elect Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 presidential election was formalized, President Donald Trump tweeted about widespread voter fraud. 
What Do Election Results Mean For A Second Stimulus Package?Today's stock market gains come despite all the election uncertainty, but may suggest optimism for a second stimulus package down the line.
Over 2.9M Ballots Cast In LA County So FarOf those, about 2.52 million were through mail-in ballots and another 391,000 were in-person voters.
Pete Buttigieg: Americans Will See 'Definition Of A Good Economy' If Joe Biden Wins 2020 ElectionWhoever wins the presidency will face dual challenges of reining in the pandemic and rebuilding the economy.
'Stimulus Package Would've Had To Be Passed In July, August' To Impact Election, Pundit SaysAs Americans head to the polls, the economy has not received a much-needed second round of stimulus, nor is it likely to in the coming months.
City Council Veterans, State Senator Looking To Replace Ridley-Thomas As LA County SupervisorCandidates are gearing up to replace termed-out Mark Ridley-Thomas on the LA County Board of Supervisors.
Rohrabacher And Rouda Neck-And-Neck For House Seat In OC's 48th DistrictThe seat has been held by republicans since the district was formed in 1992 and was one of the 23 democrats needed to gain control of the House.
CBS News: Jim McDonnell Leads In Race For LA County SheriffMcDonnell is running against retired sheriff's lieutenant Alex Villanueva.
California Gubernatorial Candidates Newsom, Cox Make Last-Minute Push To Get Voters To The Polls Nov. 6Election day is three days away, leaving two more days for intense campaigning.
Registered Voters Reach Record High In California As Midterms Draw NearThe Secretary of State says more than 19.6 million Californians have registered to vote in the midterms — the largest number in California history.