CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the highlights of her conversation with Democratic Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti about President Trump's rhetoric on a trade war with Mexico and immigration policies.
An outspoken critic of Trump throughout the campaign, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti is now looking for common ground.
Accurate crowd measurements can be more revealing than poll or election results, Curbed reports.
An estimated 3 million people have marched worldwide, including in London, Berlin and Tokyo, NBC News reports.
Tesla will charge new owners of their Model S and Model X cars for using the automaker's Superchargers, and have also announced idle costs for any costs, The Verge reports.
"Star Wars" creator George Lucas and his team were on the side of the City of Angels over the City by the Bay. They chose L.A. as the home of a museum that will showcase his life's work along with a huge collection of more general film history and other art.
The team announces its plan to relocate from San Diego to the potentially more lucrative City of Angels.
Reynolds was hospitalized after a call that she was having trouble breathing, two law enforcement sources told NBC News.
Boeing Co. plans to move about 2,500 positions to other sites, cut 500 jobs, and close two facilities by the end of 2020.
Saturday marchers blocked a major roadway in the Miami area and hundreds gathered in Atlanta, Boston, New York and other cities.
Police say the heavily armed man exchanged gunfire with police after shooting three people, one fatally.
Mike Feuer, Los Angeles City Attorney, discusses the city's lawsuit against Wells Fargo a year ago as the bank's CEO John Stumpf testifies to Congress.
Wells Fargo has reached a $185 million settlement with regulators and Los Angeles over bundled banking products.
A Metrolink train collided with a truck near Sun Valley, California.
LAPD arrests Chris Brown after a woman claimed he threatened her with a gun.
Police in Los Angeles responded to multiple 911 calls from multiple locations at the city's airport of a possible armed suspect, NBC News reports.
Hyperloop One, a controversial company with big dreams and potentially big legal problems, is planning to develop Hyperloop runs around the world.
You don’t have to be a movie star to make good money in the City of Angels.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on the NFL's Rams making their return to Los Angeles after 22 years.
U.S. Treasury expanded order targeting money laundering through all-cash real estate purchases on Wednesday.