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In Southern California, the political system is changing in front of us, from how we vote to who is running for office. I cut through the jargon and provide a “road map” for navigating our democratic process. My coverage aims to help you understand important elections, untangle policies that impact your life, and find ways to get your voice heard.
Stories by Libby Denkmann
California voters are being asked to extend a state veteran home loan program, but the House tax reform bill puts the program's bonds on the chopping block.
Three veterans share stories from the time they served.
Hollywood is a notoriously tough industry to break into, but an L.A. nonprofit offers a boost to military veterans who are aspiring playwrights and screenwriters.
A transgender Navy veteran who operated sonar for fast attack submarines says transgender troops deserve to be honest about who they are while serving their country.
The plan to revitalize the sprawling West L.A. VA campus calls for 1,200 units of permanent housing — but the first 500 of those won't come online until late 2020.
There's a special atmosphere in the neighborhood around Chavez Ravine right now: "This is something I've been dreaming about."
A Navy Reservist was going to deploy to Afghanistan for a year. His boss laid him off. He tried to sue for discrimination, but was blocked by an arbitration agreement.
Survivors of the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history are showing up to public memorials and forming online communities for support and healing.
L.A. Times flim reporter, Steven Zeitchik, is on the ground in Toronto. He told The Frame why Toronto matters to awards season and gave us his top picks this year.
There are 109 federally recognized American Indian nations in California, one expert says. Several suffered at the hands of the state's earliest settlers.
Journalist Al Letson, host of the public radio show "Reveal," was there to cover the story, but ended up jumping into the fray to stop the violence.
Over the weekend, Southern California firefighters packed their equipment for a 20-hour drive to San Antonio, where they're joining the ongoing rescue efforts.
It's become a Monday tradition for many: Get to work and talk about Sunday's episode of "Game of Thrones." Some in L.A. have taken those recap discussions to the internet.
Political news from the Golden State.
San Francisco lawyer Harmeet Dhillon is representing former Google employee James Damore now. Her firm says it's investigating Google's employment practices.