Illuminati-loving police impersonators were in court Thursday, but so far they've stayed quiet on what they're up to and why there's a photo of one of them with Bill Clinton.
Advocates hope the ruling will encourage other states to reevaluate their own programs.
The first week I stopped taking Effexor I spun out into an anxiety hole so deep that it felt less like anxiety and more like I was in a battle with actual demons.
To mine gold, you have to sift through piles of dirt for hours, in the hope that you'll be the one in a million who strikes it rich—which is not unlike being an aspiring actor.
Six years after Oscar Grant's tragic death at the hands of the police in Oakland, filmmaker Mohammad Gorjestani visited Grant's family, friends, and others in the community as they celebrate his birthday.
Video of the incident shows the officer approach the woman as she tells him she feels unsafe before ripping the phone from her hands.
There's still hexavalent chromium in the water, the town's houses are being knocked down, and the only place to buy beer is about to close.
California's ongoing water catastrophe is worsened by all the water its meat and dairy industries drink. It's a good time to consider getting on board with the whole vegan thing.
In a quest to learn about America, I wandered the aisles of its most famous retail establishment for nearly an entire day and night. Here is what I saw.
States like California are ramping up prosecution of the men behind sites that post images of naked women, sometimes along with their names and contact information.
Guy Miles is still in prison for robbing a bank, even though two men have since confessed to the crime and say he wasn't involved. How does this happen?
We go to LA to meet a community of quicksand enthusiasts who have turned a cliche of old Hollywood into a bona fide fetish.
Jailhouse informants aren't just dangerous because they put good people away—they're dangerous because they can help the worst criminals catch a break.
For 15 years, San Francisco cops have had just one officer on the mental health beat, leaving her to conduct an uphill battle on the fringe of America's dire healthcare system.
He also named his son "Jack."
To beat a nasty nitrous addiction, Harvard and Stanford grad Lilith Starr turned to Satan.
Focusing on the most sedate areas around his home, Alex Mercadefe seeks out the interesting in the everyday.
Advocates hope the case will have ripple effects in several western states.
It's legal for a hobbyist to build a firearm in the comfort of his own home without going through a background check or registering it—but at what point does a gun become a gun?
Known alternately as "Africa" and "Cameroon," the victim of Sunday's LAPD shooting did drugs, but also maintained a deep spirituality and struggled with mental problems.
A Facebook video of the shooting quickly racked up millions of views.
We talked to the creator of the fighting style about the responsibility that comes with teaching people how to defend yourself with a knife.
In California, if you tell a medical professional you've checked out underage nudes, they're required to report you to the police.
Tattoos in the 80s were still somewhat unique to alternative lifestyles.