The dark chapter in CIA history has reemerged with President Trump’s nomination of a new director, Gina Haspel, a career undercover officer who oversaw the Thai black site in late 2002.
Fatal stabbing at a Ventura eatery elicits anger at the police response and the city's handling of its homeless problem
The mother of a man who was randomly stabbed to death while dining at a restaurant with his daughter on his lap is still grappling with the loss.
Ahead of summit, South Korea says it will stop blasting K-Pop, propaganda along border with the North
The South Korean military has announced it will muffle high-decibel propaganda loudspeakers along the highly fortified border as a gesture of goodwill ahead of this week's summit between the two nations' leaders.
President Trump has vowed to scrap the 2015 Iran accord unless co-signatories France, Germany and Britain can "fix" it.
Modernizing California’s archaic, unstable tax system is one of the most important tasks the next governor will face — or should.
Junot Díaz’s unapologetic style inspires the crowd as Los Angeles Times Festival of Books draws to a close
The Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, a headliner of this year's Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, spoke about identity, representation and his new children's book, "Islandborn."