The unemployment rate for 16-to-24-year-olds is twice that of the population overall, says a Labor Day weekend report. The portion of the group that is in the jobs market is at a historic low.
The West Memphis Three, charged in the 1993 slayings of three Cub Scouts, were released Friday. Social media, the Internet, and Hollywood have helped raise critical questions about their convictions.
Feast your way to a new understanding of Los Angeles' Little Tokyo.
Beyoncé and Taylor Swift scoop up 18 nominations between them, but Whitney Houston is a surprising absence.
With his own network show seen by millions, Letterman can spin the sex-scandal story his own way without facing tough questions. At least for now.
Readers write about why Obama should not follow Bush's example in the Middle East, how the US should fix itself first and not Gaza, music sites that do not share files free of charge, and why gasoline consumption should be taxed rather than miles driven.
After failed bid, change may come through boardroom rather than courtroom, say analysts.
From fast-food chains to Congress, moves are afoot to reduce animal suffering and ensure food safety