L.A. Riots News
Trailer for New John Ridley Documentary About 1992 LA Riots
The two-hour ABC News documentary “Let It Fall: LA 1982-1999" will air in the spring on ABC to mark the 25th anniversary of Rodney King case.
What's On Display at the Los Angeles Auto Show
ABC News' Alex Stone looks at the future of luxury automobiles at BMW and walks around the floor of the LA Auto Show.
Nearly 70% of Americans Say Race Relations Are Bad, New Poll Shows
Sixty-nine percent of Americans say U.S. race relations are generally bad, according to a New York Times/CBS News poll -- meaning Americans have reached a similar level of dissatisfaction as they felt after the Rodney King verdict 24 years ago. The opinion of race relations today are 12 percent
Real-Life Prosecutor Reacts to Premiere of 'The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story'
“The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” premiered Tuesday night, and real-life prosecutor Marcia Clark, who is played by Sarah Paulson in the show, is giving feedback on what she thinks of the show so far. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly , Clark discussed the episode, and
Why so much of Dodgers' Brooklyn history resides in Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES -- Gary Cypres didn't set out to build a sports museum. It just kind of happened organically. Well, as organically as amassing more than 10,000 items worth more than $30 million inside a 32,000-square-foot downtown Los Angeles warehouse could be. "This is sophisticated hoarders," Cypres
Burgers & Books: George Stephanopoulos With Brian Grazer
The Academy Award-winning producer and author of "A Curious Mind" reveals his fascination with discovering what makes everyone tick.
Ferguson Protests Across the Country
Decision sparked protests in many other American cities the message from those crowds to Ferguson we are with you. ABC's Josh Haskell tracking this course just so much focus on what's happening in Ferguson a lot of cities getting involved. Yes good morning read in TJ we've seen about a dozen
Ferguson Police Department's Race Relations in Spotlight
Ferguson Police Department Has Been Criticized for Having Few Black Officers
Combative Assad Says He Could Provide List of Weapons 'Tomorrow'
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad continues to deny that Syria used chemical weapons against its own people, says he is fully committed to handing over Syrian chemical weapons to international control, and that he could provide a list of his chemical weapons stockpile “tomorrow,” as Russia...