Hong Kongers are preparing for a new reality as China moves to impose new national security powers over Hong Kong that are seen by many as a “death knell” for the former British colony's freedoms.
The Los Angeles Kings will not renew the contract of Mike Stothers, the coach of its minor-league affiliate in Ontario, the team announced Saturday.
While Roger Federer topped Forbes' list of highest-paid athletes for the first time, Lakers star LeBron James ranked No. 5.
Gov. Tim Walz deployed the state's entire National Guard to fight rioters and defend the Twin Cities: "Everything that we believe in, they are trying to destroy."
Protesters in the Bay Area blocked freeways and vandalized stores during protests overnight against the killing of George Floyd while in police custody.
Hundreds arrested after looting, vandalism sweep downtown L.A.
As looters broke into stores in downtown L.A. during demonstrations over George Floyd's death, a desperate owner begs them not to hit his restaurant.
Doc Rivers has been in high demand for media and public appearances during the COVID-19 pandemic, becoming one of the faces, and greatest influences, in the NBA.
After a hiatus due to the coronavirus outbreak, Garden Calendar is back with a few real-time (and virtual) plant-oriented events in Southern California.
This has been a banner spring for plant sales in Southern California but no one is celebrating. They're too busy trying to keep up with demand from coronavirus gardeners.
Safety-net programs that keep low-income Californians out of nursing homes are on the chopping block with Gov. Gavin Newsom's proposed budget, aimed at plugging a massive deficit.
The coronavirus has given Hollywood's unions renewed clout and a raft of challenges to deal with as the industry scrambles to get back to work.