Who Killed Bugsy Siegel?

On June 20, 1947, gangster Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel was slain in Beverly Hills, his body riddled with bullets. One family claims to know who did it. Is one of the nation’s most famous cold cases heating up?
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Police Union Clashes with Garcetti Over ‘Party House’ Shutdowns

The Los Angeles Police Protective League says cops should focus on "the rise in shootings and killings" rather than COVID-19-spreading party houses

The Hugo Problem

He was L.A.’s most prominent male feminist, a professor of gender studies who used his online presence to burnish his reputation. Then Hugo Schwyzer’s bad behavior—sex with students, substance abuse, and a chilling act of violence—came to light, and Twitter took him down
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Defamation Suit Against the ‘Shitty Media Men’ List Creator Can Move Forward, Judge Rules

The judge ruled that author Stephen Elliott is not a public figure, lowering the standards for what constitutes libel

What Happened To Mitrice Richardson?

In the wake of former Sheriff Lee Baca's guilty plea, the California Attorney General’s Office finally agrees to look into the suspicious death of a Cal State Fullerton grad
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After 1,000 Guns Are Seized from a Holmby Hills Mansion, Conspiracy Theories and Confusion Swirl

A weapons stockpile was discovered in a tony L.A. 'hood—and people have lots of ideas why
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FBI Busts ‘Con Queen of Hollywood’ After Years of Alleged International Scams

A 41-year-old man with a flair for accents is accused of impersonating a slew of powerful women in the industry

The Cop Who Became a Robber

Randy Adair was a celebrated LAPD detective. In his retirement, he knocked off banks.
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According to His Brother, Attorney and ‘Housewives’ Hubby Tom Girardi Is ‘Incompetent’

Amid a bankruptcy, embezzlement accusations, and a divorce from Erika Jayne, Girardi's sibling requested to become his guardian