Los Angeles Times
The world's oldest person of African descent, and the daughter of former slaves, casts her ballot in Los Angeles.
One baseball veteran swings for the fences and hits a home run every night: Dodger Stadium chef Dave Pearson.
Die-hard railroad fanatics, known as 'foamers,' gather at stations to study, videotape and photograph trains. Here's why.
Flying motorcycles, burning cars and human fireballs thrill raucous fans at the L.A. County Fair.
A resurrected boxing gym provides young people positive values ... and a sweaty sanctuary from the streets.
In hopes of growing closer, a father, 40, and his son, 19, join the Army together.
A downtown Los Angeles bar hosts life drawing classes of models wearing gorilla masks.
Born with Bell's palsy, an eleven-year-old girl undergoes surgery to enable her to smile.
After a photographer makes a soldier's face an emblem of the Iraq war, the image changes both of their lives and connects them in ways neither imagined.
A three-part series following wounded soldiers being medically treated in Iraq, a lifesaving process unmatched in past wars.