L.A.'s teachers are angry about how the district is treating their students—and they have good reason to be.
The walkout of about 35,000 members is put off over legal wrangling on notification issue. Educators seek higher pay and smaller class sizes.
Los Angeles is eyeing a billion-dollar subway extension. An heiress' ties to the White House threatens to halt the project in its tracks.
The ruling, which went into effect Jan. 1, marks an important victory for economic and immigrant justice in the city.
Teachers are planning to strike in January over school cuts and privatization.
The California city will join New York, Chicago and other metropolises in regulating street vendors who sell just about anything you can think of.
Northern California crews battling the country's deadliest wildfire in a century brace for strong winds that could erode gains made in containing the fearsome blaze.
The Woolsey wildfire, which has destroyed 435 buildings, remains just 30 percent contained.
The count in Northern California rises to a record 42 as authorities search burned-out cars and homes.
What does the location of the company's new offices have to do with the nation's political tumult? Quite a bit, it turns out.