Hyperbole or Fraud? The Question at the Heart of Trump Investigation.
The New York attorney general has cited more than a dozen instances in which she said Donald J. Trump inflated the value of his assets, including his Trump Tower penthouse.
Kyle Shanahan to stick with injured Jimmy Garoppolo?
There was no word of it after the game in Dallas, but Kyle Shanahan told the media on Monday that Jimmy Garoppolo had suffered a slight shoulder sprain in his throwing arm.
James Harden Delivers an Assist to Haiti | Brooklyn Nets
In the heart of the NBA season, James Harden is reaching out to assist off the court.
This Day In Dodgers History: Don Newcombe Released By Indians, Ending MLB Career
On Jan. 19, 1961, longtime Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Don Newcombe was released by the Cleveland Indians, marking the end of his 10-year MLB career.
Film Review: Drive My Car Deserves All the Praise
It has been awarded the top prize by Los Angeles, New York, and the National Society of Film Critics.
Tres Birds uses timber and metal to create ADU alongside Boulder home
Smart systems and salvaged materials feature in an accessory dwelling unit by architecture firm Tres Birds that city officials have designated as low-cost housing.
What New York Prosecutors Have on Robert Durst
Nearly four decades after Kathie McCormack Durst disappeared, prosecutors say they are confident she was killed by her husband, Robert Durst.
Report: The Lakers are shopping Talen Horton-Tucker across trade market
Straddling the .500 mark all season long, the Los Angeles Lakers have underperformed relative to preseason expectations, regardless of how injured they have been this season.
Clippers' Nicolas Batum enters NBA's health and safety protocols again
Coming off one of the best scoring performances of his 14 NBA seasons, Clippers forward Nicolas Batum entered the NBA's health and safety protocols Wednesday as the team was preparing for the first stop in its eight-game trip.
New York AG: Trump Org. statements include 'misleading statements'
New York Attorney General Letitia James' office says it needs the testimony of former President Donald Trump and two of his adult children to determine their knowledge of what investigators say they have identified as numerous "misleading statements and omissions" in tax submissions and financial statements used to obtain loans.