One man’s effort to photograph 12,000 animal species in captivity includes haunting images of those threatened by extinction.
Longer fire seasons, bigger blazes, and urban encroachment into the wilderness pose new challenges for those charged with fighting flames from the sky.
Do you watch Netflix or Hulu on a smart TV? The CEO of Roku reveals how his company helps those services (and soon Disney and Apple, too) stream movies, sports, and TV programs.
The jazz saxophonist gave a legendary after-hours performance at Jack’s Basket Room in 1947. No photos or recordings captured it, and last year a suspicious fire destroyed the L.A. building.
A prized sculpture of the Los Angeles Central Library disappeared in 1969. The city would like it returned if at all possible. (Late fees will be waived.)
Every U.S. manned rocket launch—including Apollo 11’s—started with a test at the Santa Susana Field Laboratory. Government agencies and concerned locals are squaring off over what happens to the legendary site next.
What led to—and has arisen from—the infamous 1969 murders is weirder, darker, and more hypocritical than you ever imagined.
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