In the first night of a two-night debate, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) avoided sharing the stage with her most serious competition.
The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees renews a call for a regional approach to address growing migration crises in the Western Hemisphere.
Sarah Sanders did her boss' bidding by lying and attacking the media. Trump would do the nation a service by not appointing a replacement.
Speaking on behalf of 9/11 first responders, comedian Jon Stewart slams congress in an impassioned speech begging representatives to reauthorize a relief plan.
U.S. renewable energy capacity has for the first time surpassed that of coal. Expect that gap to widen quickly as coal use fades out.
Santa Anita Park ignores repeated calls from animal welfare organizations and The Times editorial board to suspend racing. Now a 27th horse is dead.
After a lesbian couple faced a gruesome assault in London last night, the difference between straight pride and LGBTQ pride became clear: real-world violence.
Atlantic editor Jeffrey Goldberg is stunningly wrong to think there are not already women writing great 10,000-word magazine stories.
As border apprehensions increase, the government's detention system is in shambles — as are the Trump administration's policies.
In response to a House Oversight Committee request to documents, the Department of Justice seems to indicate it is exempt from oversight.
The House passed a reasonable fix for the plight of the "Dreamers," but it will die in the Senate because of Republican intransigence and gamesmanship.
Carnival’s ships released sewage deliberately into the ocean, in addition to used oil, disposable plastic items and food waste.
In the last presidential campaign cycle, climate change barely got mentioned, The Democrats need to make sure it is the prime issue - and then act on it.
The state Legislature overrode Gov. Chris Sununu to become the 22nd state to ban capital punishment. Let's hope it's a trend-setter.
The hospitals trade group fights to block a bill that would protect Californians from being hit with surprise bills for emergency services.
Special counsel Robert Mueller emphasized that Russia sought to help Donald Trump in 2016, and DOJ rules prevented him from accusing the president of a crime.
A century ago the U.S. celebrated its first Memorial Day after World War I. The L.A. Times' editorial board waxed poetic, albeit somewhat blind to history.
Facebook is happy to continue to provide a podium and a microphone to false posts. It will, however, turn down the volume if someone complains.
Rep. Justin Amash's (R-Mich.) impeachment call gladdened the hearts of some Democrats, but it affects nothing. The solution to Trump is the 2020 election.
The new charges against Julian Assange rest on a troubling legal theory that could be used against journalists willing to accept classified information.
Trump's obviously not being transparent, and Robert S. Mueller III's report left some issues unresolved, particularly whether Trump obstructed justice.
Prior to this week's European parliamentary elections, Twitter shared links from "junk" news sources with less gusto than Facebook users did, the study found.
The FCC chairman indicates his support for a merger of mobile phone also-rans after they up the ante, promising a broader rollout of 5G service.