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The Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved a plan Friday to tear down Parker Center, the LAPD's former headquarters, and replace it with an office building for city workers as part of a larger redevelopment plan for the Civic Center area.
Shaquille O'Neal gets his statue in Star Plaza outside Staples Center on Friday, March 24, 2017. Take a look back at his career in photos.
The Arcadia garden's spectacular strutters take the limelight on a day filled with special activities.
Shortly after he landed a small plane on a taxiway at John Wayne Airport instead of the runway on which he had been cleared to touch down, actor Harrison Ford called the airport tower and called himself a "schmuck," according to recordings released Friday.
In a humiliating failure, President Donald Trump and GOP leaders pulled their bill to repeal "Obamacare" off the House floor Friday when it became clear it would fail badly — after seven years of nonstop railing against the law. Democrats said Americans can "breathe a sigh of relief." Trump said the current law was imploding "and soon will explode." Thwarted by two factions of fellow Republicans, from the center and far right, House Speaker Paul Ryan said President Barack Obama's health care law, the GOP's No. 1 target in the new Trump administration, will remain in place "for the foreseeable future."
A 6-year-old boy at an elementary school in Rancho Cucamonga took a gun to campus in early March, but parents didn’t hear about the incident until nearly two weeks later.