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Archive for September 13th, 2017
Dems said they'd reached agreement with Trump to protect thousands of younger immigrants from deportation and fund some border security enhancements — not including Trump's long-sought border wall.
When the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was rescinded, an Oct. 5 deadline was set for many recipients to renew their status to work and live here legally.
Los Angeles Unified School Board President Ref Rodriguez and his cousin were charged Wednesday by the L.A. District Attorney's office for allegedly reimbursing almost $25,000 in campaign donations back to donors.
A proposal to merge California's energy grid with others in the West will not advance this year, after the lawmaker sponsoring it said Wednesday it requires more discussion.
The California Legislature this week passed a measure that would make it legal for pedestrians to enter the crosswalk during the flashing countdown. Many didn't know it was illegal.
Touted as "landmark" legislation, the bill falls short of what its author, State Sen. Kevin de Leon, and immigrant rights advocates had hoped for.
The total number of homicides over June, July and August dipped to 59, which is much lower than the typical rate for the summer months, which recently has totaled in the 70s or 80s.
Celerity Educational Group leaders say they have a plan in place to right the ship — and on Tuesday, the L.A. Unified School Board tentatively blessed that plan.
The International Olympic Committee met in Lima, Peru this week, where they officially announced Los Angeles and Paris as future host cities.
Sanders was unveiling his bill the same day Republican senators were rolling out details of a last-ditch effort to repeal and replace President Barack Obama's health care law.
The city banned pepper spray in 1997 as a crowd-control weapon, even though most other law enforcement agencies permit officers to use it to disperse violent crowds.
New research links lower testosterone levels with male postpartum depression. A man's low testosterone may also mean less depression for his female partner.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders will publicly unveil a new version of his single-payer healthcare bill today.
The California Legislature is moving forward on a plan to switch the state's presidential primary election from June to March, a move that would change the national strategy for presidential candidates but has unclear implications for local voters.
Youth sports is in decline, according to a new report published by the Sports & Fitness Industry Association and the Aspen Institute.
Dianne Feinstein made waves last week when she questioned a 7th Circuit supreme court justice nominee about her ability to keep her religious beliefs from interfering with her job.
Every week we get the latest sports news with Andy and Brian Kamenetzky for our segment, K2 Sports!
Recent events have put a strain on an already fragile relationship between the two nations with a long history of distrust. One former Mexican diplomat gauged it where it stands now.
But the former presidential advisor says that it would be best for DACA participants if they were allowed to stay in the US.
Misinformation and sensational doctored photos are everywhere on the internet. Here are some ways to remain vigilant against these stories without basis.
The "Breaking Bad" star discusses the low point in his career that led him to his second directorial effort about reality television and suicide.