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Costco faces fresh ridicule after a Los Angeles Times columnist caught another Southern California location selling Ron Burgundy's book, a memoir by the fictional "Anchorman" character played by Will Ferrell, in the non-fiction section, just weeks after the wholesaler made headlines for labeling Bibles as fiction.
Famous people are spotted serving turkey and cranberries to the needy on Thanksgiving in New York City and Los Angeles.
About 40 different news groups have joined forces to demand the White House answer this one question: Where’s all the open government that President Obama promised?
A quick primer for anyone going to see "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire." What you need to know about Panem, the Quarter Quell, the districts and all things Hunger Games to get the most out of your "Catching Fire" experience.
New interactive map reveals "super ZIP code" areas, enclaves where the most wealthy Americans live in virtual cultural isolation.
You can find all sorts of strange items for sale on Craigslist. Now, the for the low-low price of $225,000, you can purchase your very own gold mining ghost town in the Sierra Nevada.
Queen Elizabeth II signed a charter this week, creating a new watchdog group to oversee the press and make sure reporters and editors don't do a repeat of a recent phone-hacking scandal that saw major news outlets tapping into the private information of celebrities and royals alike.
The U.S. spy community is reacting angrily to President Obama's suggestion that he knew nothing about America's surveillance of other countries' leaders, characterizing his denials as officially throwing intelligence officials under the bus.
Top intelligence officials said Tuesday that foreign leaders are being disingenuous when they express outrage over American snooping of their communications, saying those countries try to spy on American leaders, too.
California residents are rebelling a bit against Obamacare, with thousands shocked by the sticker price and rethinking their support, saying that what seemed wonderful in principle is not translating so well into reality.
Calling it a “pivotal moment,” a band of Latino donors has launched a $20 million campaign to unseat those in the House who stand against President Obama’s immigration proposals and oppose Democratic Party reform bills.
It’s not enough that the United States spied on Mexico, but new documents released from former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden reveal that America targeted its touted friend and ally, former President Felipe Calderon, and placed him under surveillance.
Retirement? What retirement? A new survey shows that an overwhelming majority of Americans — 4 in 5 to be exact — say they are putting off any notion of quitting work and expect to keep their jobs well into their golden years.
For the second time in as many days, an explosion due to dry ice rocked Los Angeles International Airport.
A California Islamist was arrested Friday in Santa Ana on charges that he assisted al Qaeda and was planning to become a foot soldier for the terror group, the Los Angeles Times reported.