Century-old Llano del Rio—one man’s great hope for a Southern California Socialist utopia
A Latino LAPD detective works under the radar to clear a black ex-cop in mid-’50s L.A.
Hear the tapes, as Reagan opens up about his battle against the encroachment of communism into Hollywood
Roy M. Brewer explores Ronald Reagan’s far-from-conservative early days—hear the former president in archival tapes
How a dogged civil-rights lawyer, an ex-gangster and a risk-taking LAPD captain helped skirt a Rodney King riot repeat
One gutsy, Vietnam-era air raid might not have been common knowledge, but it sure set the stage for military special ops
You may not always agree with him, but you have to love a guy who expresses himself.
Go undercover with the ATF to stem the flow of guns into Mexico.
In the revolutionary movement of the ’60s, the first face-off between the LAPD’s SWAT and the Black Panthers blindsided them both.
WikiLeaks’ reveals don’t come close to telling the whole tale of L.A. dentist Dr. Hossein Vahedi’s great escape from his homeland.
The war between William H. Parker and gangster Mickey Cohen proves truth is stranger than noir fiction.
A timeline of LAPD stars and shields; plus, notable events in the annals of Los Angeles' criminal history.
Against many odds, laws and safety risks, Richard "Dobbs" Hartshorne is quietly bringing music to Afghanistan.
Kathy Freston hits a private screening of The Cove, a documentary film about dolphin harvesting in Japan, and is pleased to see it accompanied by vegan treats.
In a meeting of the minds, the city's police chief and the William Morris Agency's former chairman and CEO work together to raise millions for police programs and the betterment of Los Angeles.
A look at the Las Vegas lives of Jenna and Michael Morton—the N9NE Group, tackling local causes and the magnificent house they built overlooking Red Rock Canyon.
Nicole Avant chats with her—and music’s—godfather Quincy Jones on passion, politics, perfection and passing the torch.
How Parry Thomas and Jerry Mack—a Mormon from Utah and a Jew from Las Vegas—built the Bank of Las Vegas and changed laws to entice corporations and make the Mob leave Sin City.
A trip to Barack's swearing-in ceremonies as seen through the eyes of 19-year-old Nickelodeon host Lily Collins.
The star basketball guard and L.A. native talks to John Ireland about growing up in Los Angeles, his friendship with Cash Warren, playing for the Clippers and much more.
Jesse Kornbluth goes one-on-one with a darling of the progressive blogosphere—the anonymous author of Hullabaloo.
Michelle talks with Editor in Chief Annie Gilbar about raising Sasha and Malia, finding alone time with Barack, and more.