The parents of Isla Vista killer Elliott Rodger say it has been "hell on earth" knowing that their son caused the tragedy that took the lives of six UC Santa Barbara students last week and that they remain heartbroken.
As closing arguments ended Wednesday, jurors were left with conflicting accounts of two women accused of fatally beating a 23-year-old newlywed outside a nightclub in Santa Ana's historic district.
A plan to create a temporary shelter for immigrant detainees from Central America in Bell has taken a step forward.
Kobe Bryant's new company is setting up shop in the famed basketball player's hometown.
The driver of the minivan that hit bicyclist Damian Kevitt in Griffith Park last year never slowed down, even as Kevitt's leg was crushed and he was dragged 600 feet down a highway onramp.
The number of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty nationwide jumped 31% in the first half of 2014 with California leading the nation with eight deaths, data shows.
An injured woman is pulled out of a protest in Peru in 1960. A boy lies next to a bent bicycle, a cinematic puddle of blood pooling next to his head in Mexico City, 1958. A crowd gathers before a hanged man at a plaza in La Paz, Bolivia, in 1946 — yet another moment of intense unrest in a country plagued by coups. This trove of images can be found on view as part of the exhibition "Urbes Mutantes: Latin American Photography 1944-2013," at the International Center of Photography in New York City. The show includes more than 200 images from Mexico, Venezuela, Argentina, Cuba, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia and Ecuador, as well as vintage photographic books from...