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Archive for February 24th, 2018
The Gonzaque Village housing complex needed a bit of TLC. A veterans' group needed a project. Together, they achieved something wonderful.
A recent California law requires that Medi-Cal patients have access to palliative care. Here's what you need to know.
Murray Energy was seeking financial damages and a court order barring rebroadcasts of a segment in which Oliver called the company's CEO a "geriatric Dr. Evil."
An all-out battle is underway at the state Democratic Party convention as Democrats aim to take back the seven House seats currently held by Republicans.
After weeks of discussions with the Justice Department, Democrats on the House intelligence committee released a memo that counters GOP allegations.
The former "Prairie Home Companion" host rejected the idea that several sexually suggestive emails he sent a former researcher could be sexual harassment.
Last summer's massive Montana wildfires gave scientists a rare chance. Most previous work had been on wood-burning stoves, urban pollution and firefighters.
Here's an update on how the ten Olympians who call Southern California home performed in Pyeongchang.
The President mentioned banning "bump stocks" and curbing young people's access to guns. The NRA, which spent about $30 million to support Trump's presidential campaign, opposes both ideas.
The evangelical Christian preacher wanted to be seen as above politics. But in his actions and associations, proved how difficult that ideal was to sustain.
To change the way scientific advancements are evaluated, they'll have to overcome the traditional journal vetting process — and the power structure supporting it.
Can a robot fulfill our deep need for companionship? Alexander Reben created BlabDroid to find out. It asks people to share their deepest secrets.
He explores comfort foods with complicated cultural back stories on his new show, "Ugly Delicious," and discovers "there's no universal truth about any food."
Broward County officials had received multiple calls since 2008 about the volatile behavior of Nikolas Cruz, who was arrested in the Parkland high school shooting.
Federal immigration agents continue to visit L.A. businesses, gathering hiring records to see if any unauthorized immigrants have been hired.
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