With the Gannett Co. bid for Los Angeles Times parent tronc Inc. having fallen by the wayside, local eyes have turned to biotech billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong, tronc’s second-largest shareholder, as a potential savior for the institution.
Soccer star Alex Morgan could score a goal not only for her team, but also for Fox Sports.
How do Middle Eastern women wish to be seen? While newspapers and televisions often exhibit photographs plucked from incidents of violence and chaos, artists are using images to express personal stories of empowerment and vitality.
Even in the world’s most populous Muslim country, Ahmadiyya mosques are still getting shut down for being considered “deviant.”
Even in a nation committed to “pancasila,” or religious pluralism, minority groups such as Christians fight for the freedom to keep churches open.
Los Angeles County officials voted Tuesday to put resources in place to help immigrants apply for deportation relief, despite a federal judge’s ruling last week to halt an expansion of the Obama administration’s deferred action programs.
Xinran Ji sprinted into the middle of the street toward his apartment near the University of Southern California last summer as three attackers dashed after, striking him one by one with a baseball bat.
For young journalists, teaching ourselves how to write (without relying on professors and editors) is an essential tool for survival in the news business.
Willow Bay, new director of the USC Annenberg School of Journalism, spoke with graduate student Daina Beth Solomon about the challenges and rewards of modern journalism, and why USC Annenberg is becoming the city’s most innovative newsroom.
A new crop of Zumba studios have taken root in South LA, helping people lose weight and transform their lives.
A Los Angeles basketball coach who ran a program for aspiring collegiate athletes was arrested on suspicion of sexual battery and illegally filming young men in the bathroom of his home.