Chris Brown held a high-end yard sale at his Los Angeles home, with hundreds of fans, gawkers and bargain-seekers waiting for hours to try to get a piece of the singer's stuff.
Cussler was the prolific writer of more than 80 books, mainly fast-paced action thrillers such as "Sahara" and "Raise the Titanic!” which collectively sold tens of millions of copies.
Queen Elsa and Princess Anna return this month in "Frozen II" — a sequel its creators promise will be "even bigger and more epic," with its world premiere taking place in Los Angeles Thursday night.
Gabrielle Union thanked supporters for defending her amid reports she was fired from "America’s Got Talent” after complaining about racism and other alleged on-set issues.
The driver of the blue BMW seemed to be in a tearing hurry, and thought he would get the better of the locomotive at the railway crossing.
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The flowers are such a boon for drawing tourists — an estimated 650,000 arrive in the city every spring — that city and tourism officials are hosting a series of events this spring to encourage them to stay a bit longer.
The move effectively seals off America's largest cities — New York, Los Angeles and Chicago — with the states of New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Nevada following suit.
Animals shelters across the United States are emptying out thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, as people confined to their homes are adopting or fostering animals in droves.
Crews had entered the building to battle what was initially thought to be a minor blaze when they noticed that the smoke pressure was escalating and decided to evacuate, Los Angeles Fire Department chief Ralph Terrazas told reporters.