The L.A. chapter of the NAACP withdraws an award it had planned to give to the Clippers' owner. But some question why it associated itself with Sterling for all these years.
Five years ago, when the local chapter of the NAACP wanted to give Clippers owner Donald Sterling a lifetime achievement humanitarian award, Los Angeles’ African American community was divided. Sterling had been a prominent donor to the NAACP chapter for more than a decade. He ran newspaper ads...
In the wake of a melee between deputies and drunk 20-year-olds, officials seek to use social media to avert unrest the next time as students blame the violence on outsiders.
The Army had rejected Ft. Hood shooter Ivan Lopez's requests for additional time off to deal with family issues.
Wednesday's killings renew questions about allowing military personnel to carry concealed weapons on base and about recurring gun violence in Killeen, Texas.
Raymond Chow built his legend in the underworld of San Francisco's Chinatown. Then it all came apart.
The public-corruption case filed against state Sen. Leland Yee on Wednesday could mark an abrupt end to the prestigious, and sometimes divisive, political career of one of the most prominent figures in California's Democratic legislative majority. After prosecutors unsealed a federal indictment...
The prominent Bay Area Democrat and California secretary of state candidate is seized along with an organized crime figure.