LOS ANGELES -- The men arrived in twos and threes, Crips and Bloods, young and middle-aged, gathering around a picnic table in a Compton park to confront their sworn enemies.
After two hours of negotiations on a chilly, ...Read more
MIAMI -- Florida's reputation as America's tightest -- and wildest -- swing state should stay intact, as a battle over felons' voting rights seems destined for the courts. At the least, it's increasingly looking like ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- President Donald Trump's warning that "millions" of migrants would be deported starting this weekend was abruptly changed Saturday when he issued a surprise tweet announcing a two-week delay to the crackdown...Read more
WASHINGTON -- State-backed Iranian hackers have stepped up cyberattacks on the U.S., according to the Department of Homeland Security's cyberagency.
There has been a "recent rise in malicious cyberactivity directed at ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- When President Donald Trump announced Monday night that he would start deporting "millions" of foreigners, Robin Hvidston and Maribel Cisneros weren't sure how seriously to take him.
The women, who don't ...Read more
Jack White's recent solo albums have been wildly erratic, as if he were trying too hard to find an identity outside the long-gone White Stripes, his powerhouse Detroit duo with drummer and then-wife Meg White.
One of Jack...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Twenty-five of the 30 states President Donald Trump won in 2016 have received bigger shares of funding from a federal transportation program that has shifted to favoring rural projects over urban, according ...Read more
MEXICO CITY -- Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said he'd be willing to have his first meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump in September after the U.S. leader said he was interested in such an encounter.
WASHINGTON -- U.S. Rep. John Lewis on Friday stood by former Vice President Joe Biden, who has recently faced withering criticism from some corners of the Democratic Party after he discussed working with segregationists ...Read more
The Department of Justice filed an antitrust lawsuit Thursday to block the proposed merger of Quad/Graphics and Chicago-based LSC Communications -- the two largest printers in the U.S. -- alleging it would raise the prices...Read more
A swarm of bees is taking an extended vacation at a Joshua Tree viewing area, leading officials to close a popular viewpoint in the park for more than a week.
Key's View -- a vista with a panoramic view of the Coachella ...Read more
Year-over-year, the Golden State added jobs at a 1.6% rate, the same as the nation as a whole. California's unemployment rate was 4.2%, the same as a year earlier, but slightly above April's 4.3% rate. The U.S. ...Read more
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Gov. Gavin Newsom is asking the California Legislature to extend an existing charge on utility customers' bills in hopes of generating $10.5 billion for a new wildfire fund, one that power companies ...Read more
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- With potentially hundreds of thousands of California voters under the mistaken belief that they are registered as independent from partisan affiliation, newly drafted state legislation could end the ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Five years before he would be charged with fraud conspiracy, with his name included in a parade of actresses, financiers and executives accused of ripping off some of the country's top colleges, Toby ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump said Friday he abruptly canceled a planned U.S. missile strike against three Iranian targets "10 minutes before" it was set to launch because he was told the raid would likely kill 150 ...Read more
PHILADELPHIA -- A series of explosions and a massive fire ripped through a South Philadelphia oil refinery early Friday, injuring five workers.
Firefighters contained the blaze at Philadelphia Energy Solutions (PES) ...Read more
PHILADELPHIA -- The Philadelphia Orchestra concludes its Kimmel Center season with an event that in its Thursday night opening resembled a sports-game victory, a Broadway show, and an all-around love fest.
Leonard ...Read more
BOGOTA, Venezuela -- Venezuela's migrant and refugee crisis could become the world's largest by 2020, matching or surpassing Syria, if the political and humanitarian situation in the country doesn't improve in coming ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Former FBI Director James Comey said he hopes President Donald Trump isn't impeached because "that would let the American people off the hook."
Comey, who was fired by Trump in May of 2017, said in an ...Read more
- Anger and confusion after Trump orders — then delays — immigration crackdown
- Republicans block ex-cons from voting in biggest swing state
- Mexico's other border is rattled by armed crackdown along river
- Trump 5G push could hamper forecasting of deadly storms
- Japanese internment camp survivors protest Fort Sill migrant detention center