Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis, who died at his home on Saturday morning at 82, was never beloved outside of Raider nation.
A student group at UC Berkeley cooks up controversy with its anti-affirmative action bake sale.
The housing market must really be down.
Is it because of better policing? Maybe the sluggish economy is driving more people to risk a life of crime. It could even be that some people just aren’t very good criminals. Whatever it is, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency has …
The U.S. capital may be infamous for political dysfunction, but it seems the breakdown extends to its roads, too.
Shark-fin soup just got one step closer to becoming illegal throughout California.
Certain to-go containers could get the heave-ho if a California bill is passed into law.
Let’s face it: this is America’s version of the Royal Wedding.
Russell Armstrong, the estranged husband of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Taylor Armstrong, was found dead Monday night.
Crystal Cathedral Ministries now hopes its Hour of Power comes in the form of millions of dollars in donations.
On July 10, 1994, Donald Christopher Windecker set out for a dive in Lake Tahoe. He never returned. (via Los Angeles Times)
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