Updated at the bottom with state Attorney General Kamala Harris essentially saying she wants marriages to start ASAP. First posted at 9:28 a.m. See also: Prop. 8 Dismissed by U.S. Supreme Court: Gay Marriage to Return to California. Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has kicked California's ban on ga ... More >>
He was a boy from the hood who gave up gang life for the UCLA School of Law and a legal career going up against prosecutors in the big leagues of federal court. But some of those very prosecutors now say that Isaac Guillen tore a page out of the Breaking Bad script and returned to a life of crime, ... More >>
Are mental and physical health problems really a reaction to bigotry?
From to a 70-year-old woman teaching others how to use medical marijuana to a man dedicated to saving the sea lions, these Angelenos prove that do-goodery can be vastly more interesting, creative, and fulfilling than writing a monthly charity check or two. Check out our entire People 2012 issue her ... More >>
One of the fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People 2012 issue. Check out our entire People 2012 issue here. When he was named dean of religious life at USC, Varun Soni became the first Hindu in American history to serve such a role. Even today, four years later, he's the only non-Chr ... More >>
How Feinberg got $1.3 million amid tuition hikes, budget cuts and a recession
Judge Stephen Wilson Keeps Alleged Murder by the Aryan Brotherhood Under Wraps
Former publisher Michael Sigman remembers tough love, Zen calm and a nice assist with forming the paper's "no-hitting" policy
Eleven transit honchos were barred from voting due to money conflicts. So they drew straws.
Horror filmmaker Eric Red crashed his Jeep, killing two. Then he slit his own throat. That was only the beginning
The Williams Project is at the center of sexual-orientation law
Is Dan Knapp’s firing just a mayoral misstep or a sign of things to come?
The City's Most Effective Activists