Like a sprinkling of Disney’s trademark magic, the hidden-in-plain-sight high-tech special effects in the new “Frozen” musical at Disney California Adventure weave seamlessly and effortlessly into
It’s an open secret on Capitol Hill: President Trump wants a “big, beautiful” border wall, but few in Congress are willing to pay for it. The standoff, between the White House and lawmakers — Repu
In the nearly five years it took Robert Pirsig to sell “Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance,” 121 publishers rejected the rambling novel. The 122nd gently warned Pirsig, a former rhetoric pr
As day gave way to night during the final hours of Coachella 2017, a collective heave seemed to permeate the acreage in and around the polo grounds. The hard heat had subsided and the festival wen
A former Mrs. Orange County pleaded guilty Friday to possessing child pornography and lewd acts with a minor, authorities said. Meghan Breanna Alt, 27, was sentenced to three years’ probation and
Karl Lagerfeld — one of the world’s most famous, prolific and admired designers — is to receive the 2017 John B. Fairchild Honor at the WWD Apparel & Retail CEO Summit here on Oct. 24. Named afte
In retailers’ ongoing battle for exclusivity and newness, Mytheresa.com is partnering with Miu Miu to launch an exclusive capsule collection for spring 2017. The line, a colorful concoction of Miu
A man charged with setting a roaring blaze at the partially built Da Vinci apartment complex in Los Angeles that caused millions of dollars in damage, melted freeway signs and shrouded downtown in
Much hullabaloo is always made about Coachella Weekend One, but it’s Weekend Two when many artists hit their stride — not to mention when most celebrities like to come to enjoy the concerts instea
Tesla will nearly double its Supercharger electric car charging network this year to 10,000 public charging units globally, up from 5,400, the company said Monday. The company plans to begin produ
In case you’ve been confused by the last few days of punditry, let me say outright that France is not America. We recently concluded a presidential election in the United States in which many argu
Gwyneth Paltrow’s brand is hitting the Net. Net-a-porter will launch Goop product on its site starting April 26. For a limited time, the 12-piece Goop collection, including Goop skin care and Goop
Tesla will nearly double its Supercharger electric car charging network this year to 10,000 public charging units globally, up from 5,400 at the start of the year, the company said Monday. The com
There is more to growing old than decline. Why one woman has made 'conscious aging' her goal at 61, and how it transformed her outlook on life.
With a running list of responsibilities, kudos and accomplishments, when it comes time for the raise conversation, you can quantify the value each list item brought to the company.
Cities know the protocol for taking a stand for sustainability on the West Coast: Calculate your carbon footprint, set a bold goal for reducing emissions, ramp up public transit and maybe even pas
On Monday, Verizon rolled out what it refers to as the nation's largest deployment of gigabit Internet.
Afghanistan’s defense minister and army chief stepped down Monday amid growing outrage over the deaths of more than 100 soldiers in one of the deadliest Taliban attacks of the 16-year war. Preside
Pasadena police detectives Monday released a sketch of a man wanted in connection with three homicides. The release comes three months after the shooting deaths of two men who were at a vigil held
A Filipino lawyer filed a complaint Monday with the International Criminal Court accusing Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte of crimes against humanity and mass murder — charges stemming from hi
A former Tennessee teacher accused of kidnapping his teenage student wanted to flee to Mexico with the girl, federal prosecutors said Monday. In court documents filed Monday, federal prosecutors s
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wells Fargo & Co directors could have avoided a shareholder backlash over a sales practices scandal if they had paid more attention to scores of whistleblowers who complained,...
A jury in Las Vegas has found two men guilty of federal charges in an armed standoff that stopped government agents from rounding up cattle near Cliven Bundy's Nevada ranch in 2014. Jurors said in