A massive, international cyberattack using malicious data-scrambling software started in Ukraine on Tuesday afternoon before apparently reaching Russia’s top oil producer and quickly making its wa
The International Monetary Fund has trimmed its outlook for the U.S. economy, citing the number of uncertainties that surround President Trump's plans to boost economic growth. The IMF forecasts t
Actress and comedian Mindy Kaling has parted ways with a home in Hollywood Hills West, selling the city- and ocean-view property for $1.61 million. Set above Sunset Strip, the 1920s two-story is t
A north Alabama military post said in a tweet it was on lockdown Tuesday amid reports of possible active shooter, telling workers to "run hide fight.” Redstone Arsenal received reports of a person
Ralphs once was the supermarket of choice for Inglewood hairdresser Elise Santos -- until grocery chain Aldi arrived in Southern California last year. Aldi, a German-based discount grocer, opened
Little gestures accumulate to form bigger pictures, all heightened by the vastness of the cosmos.
Police in Riverside are looking for man who they said sexually assaulted a girl behind a dumpster outside a church she had attended. The attack occurred about 5:30 p.m. Sunday outside the Church o
Syrian activists say a coalition airstrike Monday on an Islamic State prison in eastern Syria killed dozens of prisoners. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a British-based group that monito
85% of the 2,646 US adults interviewed by Northwestern Mutual in 2016 reported feeling some form of financial anxiety. As Millennials enter prime investing age, here are 4 ways we can curb financial c
Firefighters in San Luis Obispo County made significant gains against a wildfire burning east of Santa Margarita that has forced residents to evacuate about 100 homes, officials said Tuesday. The
From the closing of a North African taqueria in Exposition Park to tacos at Alma, here’s what’s happening in the L.A. food and drink world. Follow that taco: Revolutionario, a North African taquer
Veteran film and television actress Amy Yasbeck has put her longtime home in Beverly Hills on the market for $6.495 million. Built in 1982, the French traditional-style house is set behind walls a
Moçâmedes - At least sixty five million Euros is the amount that the European Union (EU) plans to invest in the "FRESAN" project in the next five years to strengthen food and nutritional security in t
The FTSE 100 closed down 12.44 points at 7,434.36 as markets started to sink into the traditional summer lull.
Experts at the Spotlight Health program of the Aspen Ideas Festival offered these ideas to move the country toward more person-centered care
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Like many financially savvy parents, Jim Stehr started a college savings account for his son at birth. When Stehr's second and third children came along, he opened accounts for...
When it comes to comfort food, perhaps nothing beats fried chicken. Fried chicken isn’t fancy food — eating with your fingers is all but necessary. Still, good fried chicken requires technique, ti
McDonald's and Dunkin' Donuts are using low prices to lure in new customers.
Completed this year, this contemporary two-story in Mar Vista pampers the head of the household with a sizable master suite complete with an artistic wall fireplace, private balcony and four-secti
To the editor: It’s difficult to believe that congressional Republicans hope to pass a healthcare bill that deprives people of basic coverage. The mean-spirited plan they’re supporting is advantag
To the editor: Your article correctly reports that California generates and pays for more electricity than it currently needs. But the “why” is dim by more than a few watts. (“California invested
Credit growth had slipped to lowest level since Independence in FY17, falling to paltry 5.1 per cent, RBI
To the editor: Joel Kotkin does some funny stuff in his piece, which seems to be designed to denigrate public mass transit. (“Want to be green? Forget mass transit. Work at home,” Opinion, June 23
Company and government officials reported serious intrusions at the Ukrainian power grid, banks and government offices,
As companies look for ways to cut costs, Seattle's $15 minimum wage law may be hurting hourly workers instead of helping them, according to a new report.
Slightly more Europeans now view the United States unfavorably under President Donald Trump than favorably, according to a survey of public attitudes in three-dozen countries that comes as Trump p
Advance Auto Parts cut nearly 500 jobs as it seeks a turnaround predicated on store upgrades after two consecutive years of sales declines.