Adam Schiff Is Ready to Rumble
The mild-mannered, vegan congressman from Burbank has become the GOP’s worst nightmare—but is he tough enough to take on the Trump smear machine?
Ed Buck Will Finally Face Trial, but His Conviction Is Far From Guaranteed
Charged with the the deaths of two men who overdosed in his apartment, the former Democratic operative’s path to punishment could be difficult and uncertain
In the Era of Uber, August Wilson’s Drama About Jitney Drivers Still Strikes a Chord
“Such timeliness speaks to why it’s important that we take a moment to see the world through somebody else’s eyes”
Why ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Stars Tom and Ariana Will Never Get Married
The couple has a new house in the Valley, a new cocktail book on shelves, and a fresh season of drama on the horizon
With No Cleanup Plan in Place, Santa Susana Field Lab Still Stokes Contamination Fears
The Woolsey Fire started near the site of a 1959 reactor meltdown that released more radiation than the three mile island incident. Now Malibu residents worry their homes were tainted by radioactive fallout from the blaze
Why Aren’t There Speed Limits Posted Downtown?
Find out how fast you can go (if you can ever go that fast)
3 New L.A. Restaurants You Have to Try This December
Famously thick flapjacks, a playful pink ”neobistro,” and more
A Trip Down West Adams Boulevard, One of L.A.’s Most Delicious Dining Drags
From beet tinga at a vibrant taco stand to black-eyed pea fritters at a soul food fave, here’s what to fill up on along West Adams’ main strip
How Does ‘Bombshell’ Compare with the Real-Life Fox News Scandal?
From the key players to the biggest creeps to a disgusting reference to hamburger meat, we break it all down