A Year After January 6 Capitol Riot, Hundreds Face Charges But Questions RemainOne year ago on January 6, a mob forced its way onto restricted grounds in Washington, D.C., past police barricades and lines of officers, and into the U.S. Capitol building.
FBI: LA, OC Deputies Prepare For 'Civil Unrest' Ahead Of InaugurationThe Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and Orange County Sheriff's Department are preparing deputies in case violence breaks out at potential protests as the presidential inauguration approaches on January 20.
GoFundMe Created For 81-Year-Old Dr. Martens Store Owner After Looters Stole Inventory, Building Caught FireA Fairfax District Dr. Martins store, popular with celebrities like Halle Berry and Sylvester Stallone, was gutted by fire, believed to have been set by looters.
Trump Says If He's Impeached The Market Will Crash, 'Everyone Would Be Very Poor'Democratic leaders know -- and worry about -- the power of Trump's politics of fear.
Deadly Watts Riots Remembered With Annual Summer FestivalThirty-four people were killed in the civil unrest.
Crews Break Ground On $200M Retail Center At South LA Site Destroyed In RiotsA vacant lot that has sat mostly empty since the 1992 Los Angeles riots will be transformed into a $200 million retail center under a construction effort that kicked off Wednesday.
Orioles Game In Baltimore Postponed Due To UnrestA baseball game between the White Sox and the Orioles in Baltimore postponed because of safety concerns related to the unrest developing in the city on Monday.
Protesters Advise Ferguson Demonstrations Will Continue In LAProtesters advised that local demonstrations would continue Saturday against the grand jury's decision to not indict a police officer in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown.
DOJ Says Racial Policy In Calif. Prisons Breaks LawCalifornia is violating the federal Constitution when it punishes prison inmates after a riot based on their race, the U.S. Department of Justice said Friday.
Graffiti Artist Hits 'Like' On Facebook And Gets Arrested For His Alleged Role In Riot A graffiti artist, who allegedly tagged a police car during the riot in Huntington Beach last month, clicked the "like" button on the police department's Facebook page, triggering his arrest, police said Sunday.
Sunset Beach Man Pleads Not Guilty To Role In Riots Following US Open Of SurfingA Sunset Beach man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges he took part in the rioting that followed the U.S. Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach July 28.
FBI Releases Files From Rodney King Beating InvestigationGranting a "Freedom of Information Act," request, the FBI on Wednesday released the files of its early investigation into the Rodney King beating.
Rodney King’s Death Ruled An Accidental DrowningRodney King died as the result of an accidental drowning, according to the San Bernardino County Coroner’s official report released Thursday.
Opinion: Media Covers Up Violence Of Flash MobsFlash mobs were once innocent social experiments, but now are all too often racial attacks. Unfortunately, the media continues to paint a rosy picture and fails to report the violence and crime they cause.
LAPD Chief Honors Santa Ana Officers For Service During LA RiotsPolice officers in Santa Ana have finally been recognized for their service from over 20 years ago.