Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has undergone radiation treatment since Aug. 5 for a malignant tumor on her pancreas, the Supreme Court said Friday, marking her second bout with cancer in the past year and
“Excuse me?” Michael Weist asked, flagging down a waiter. “Can we get some waters and some service? That would be, like, amazing.” The 23-year-old talent manager was sitting at the pastel-infused Ladurée,
An increased role threatens to rip him from his roots, and Adrian Phillips is saying this week that he won’t surrender without a fight. He’ll take over at strong safety for the Chargers to start the season
The lawsuit by a former member of the USC football coaching staff against the school and defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast will be argued behind closed doors. On Thursday, Los Angeles County Superior
The Angels will have to pay market rate to buy or lease any of the land around Angel Stadium, the city’s mayor said Friday. On the surface, that statement seems straightforward. The last round of negotiations
Jack Champion awoke in the wee hours Sunday, frightened by a nightmare that his truck was being burglarized. The feeling spurred him to check on the vehicle, which was hooked to a trailer carrying parts
They have stories to tell, a vault of them about the country’s most popular sport. But the matriarchs of four American football families are reluctant historians, uncomfortable stepping into the spotlight.
On a Friday evening in 1991, a USAir jetliner was making its landing approach at Los Angeles International Airport just as a SkyWest commuter was set to take off. The two planes collided on the runaway
A teenager from New Zealand visited Los Angeles and Orange counties this month and made a trip to Disneyland while she was sick with measles, potentially infecting others, health officials warned Friday.
Plans to take the $15-million multimedia theater production “Apollo 11 — The Immersive Live Show” to the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa have been canceled. The production, which combined live actors
California Cooking With Jessica Holmes Chef Vartan Abgaryan of Yours Truly to make Avocado Hummus and Nashville Hot Shrimp. Also Mark Kriski visits his favorite New York-style pizza joint in L.A. 8 p.m.
The Lakers will sign Dwight Howard to a one-year non-guaranteed contract, bringing back the center who once won three defensive player of the year awards, according to a person with knowledge of the situation.
A Beverly Hills villa built for early film star William Powell and once owned by scores of Hollywood stars and entertainers is for sale at $13.795 million. Among previous owners was television host and
Newsletter: Essential California Week in Review: The property listed for a billion, sold for $100,000
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It is Saturday, Aug. 24. Here’s a look at the top stories of the last week: The Mountain. Touted as the city’s finest undeveloped piece
A man who police say fatally stabbed his co-worker, a retired Cal State Fullerton administrator, in a campus parking lot was charged Friday in the slaying. Chuyen Van Vo, 51, is facing a murder charge
The son of former NFL lineman Barry Bennett is accused of shooting Bennett and his wife multiple times, killing them, then driving out of state and boarding a flight to Mexico, according to criminal charges
Spreading cheer: On last Monday’s off-day in New York, Yasiel Puig rented a helicopter for a 45-minute ride to the Catskill Mountains to visit Camp Simcha, the only kosher overnight summer camp for children
When top brass at the California Highway Patrol early this year announced the suspension of dozens of officers suspected of fraudulently receiving hundreds of hours of overtime pay, they insisted the was
The passing of billionaire David Koch, announced Friday, already is inspiring retrospectives about the noxious influence he and his brother Charles have had on government policies. But it may be better
Gov. Newsom has talked a good game about housing in California. He said he wants to build 3.5 million units by 2025 to end the housing shortage. He said he wants to yank transportation funding from cities
When Nipsey Hussle’s passion for rapping became too serious to overlook, his mother discovered a program at Watts Towers that would give the then-teenager access to a recording studio for free. Hussle
[Warning: The following story contains minor spoilers for the horror thriller “Ready or Not,” in theaters now. There will be another warning before discussion of the film’s ending.] The highbrow specialty
Darkness suits Issa López. Her black leather jacket and highlighted gray hair feel like a natural fit. However, as the Mexican director and seasoned writer walks into a West Hollywood restaurant for our
Four female owners of NFL teams share what the game of football has meant to them in the new documentary “A Lifetime of Sundays.” 10 a.m. ESPN The new documentary “Halston” celebrates the 1970s-era fashion
Today, college football is back — but not all the way. Florida-Miami and Arizona-Hawaii both have the potential to be entertaining games, although the former is likely to feature little offense and the
A real estate agent and a Beverly Hills man have been charged in a massive money-laundering and burglary scheme that targeted open houses in wealthy enclaves, with some of the homes belonging to celebrities,
Luis J. Rodriguez brings 'Always Running,' his classic book about gang life, to life in Boyle Heights
Luis J. Rodriguez created a sensation with “Always Running: La Vida Loca, Gang Days in L.A.” His 1993 memoir told the story of an impoverished, violence- and drug-plagued adolescence that nearly claimed