In 1981, David Klinger, a white LAPD officer, shot and killed a black suspect in South Los Angeles. Today, Klinger is a professor of criminal justice in St. Louis, where he's had a front-row seat on the raging controversy over the shooting death of a black man by a white officer in Ferguson,...
The first ovation did not take long. The moment the musicians entered the room Friday morning, the audience erupted.
Fresh off a victory in which they took control of both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, the GOP suddenly finds itself in a jam.
Daniel Linares, 58, hit the picket line last week at the ports.
To this day, Renee Banton can't fully explain why a college-educated woman from a solid middle-class family fell as far and disappeared for as long as she did.
In the fall of 1974, a tormented young Vietnam War veteran rolled his wheelchair into the Sears store on Colorado Avenue in Santa Monica and bought a typewriter for $42. He lugged it back to his apartment at Third and Pacific and began writing in a fever, index fingers stabbing the keys.
The oldest Republican club in the United States rents a storefront on East Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena, next door to Resurrection Tattoo & Body Piercing.
Charlie Unkeless has the smile of a man who loves what he's doing, and his sixth-grade students are having a good time too. Who wouldn't, when the teacher is using a Slinky and a pound of spaghetti to demonstrate what happens when an earthquake hits?