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Archive for April 24th, 2018
The EPA administrator wants to restrict the science used by the agency in its decision-making. Scientists are concerned it eliminates all good science in the process.
Reports of sexual assault plummeted among Latinos in Trump's first months of office amid heightened rhetoric about mass deportations. The numbers are improving, the LAPD says, pointing to aggressive outreach.
The suspect posted a chilling Facebook message saluting UC Santa Barbara killer Elliot Rodger just minutes before plowing into a crowded city sidewalk.
The drop has been driven largely by a decline in gang violence and black homicides, according to a recent rare scientific study of firearm violence.
Leaders of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee have asked the White House for additional documents related to Ronny Jackson's time as White House physician.
Thousands of Armenian-Americans took to the streets of Los Angeles on Tuesday to commemorate the deaths of an estimated 1.5 million Armenians under the Ottoman Empire a century ago.
A new survey of Los Angeles city workers found that nearly 18% answered "yes" to the question: I have been sexually harassed in the workplace.
Veterans have access to 10 parking spaces, but the Greater Los Angeles VA says the program could expand if there's enough demand.
For two weeks, protesters have focused on driving out what they consider a corrupt elite, but seem to lack the structure or the political platform to replace it.
Southwest's CEO could face questions about whether the company's low-cost business model — which puts its planes through frequent takeoffs and landings — is putting passengers at risk.
Tribune journalists give corporate owner Tronc (former parent company of the L.A. Times) a day to recognize the union voluntarily. Otherwise, they say they will force a federal vote that "will result overwhelmingly in our favor."
After receiving nearly 5,000 entries this year, we have a winner! Meet the virtuosic talent who won over this year's panel of judges.
The 25-year-old man, whose name wasn't immediately released, surrendered to police about 7 a.m.
The pop superstar was treated for an overdose a week before his death, but the suit contends that the hospital failed to realize the drug he was taking was a deadly counterfeit.
An Orange County Korean-American raised as a Christian seeks music stardom in a country where conservative mores rule society.
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Comedians Moshe Kasher and Natasha Leggero discuss religion and parenthood, and offer relationship advice to audience members in their three-part show.
Woods hails from the south side of Chicago where she discovered her love of poetry. Her music fuses spoken word and R&B with messages of social justice.
Radio producer Jonathan Hirsch has made a compelling podcast about his childhood that was defined by the teechings of his parents' guru.
The #MeToo effect: New CA bill wants to ban mandatory arbitration and non-disclosure agreements in the workplace| April 24 2018, 9:52 AM
California Assembly member Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher (D-San Diego) proposed a bill that would ban employers from requiring employees to sign mandatory arbitration contracts.
If your doctor was on probation for an incident, say, involving medical malpractice, you’d probably want to know about it and maybe even want to change doctors, right?
Ventura’s been rocked by the deadly stabbing of a man having dinner with his family at a local restaurant last Wednesday night.
Over a year after Trump limited travel from eight mostly predominantly Muslim countries in a third iteration of the “travel ban,” the Supreme Court is taking up the issue in Trump v. Hawaii.
Art Bell, the founding host of “Coast to Coast AM”, the early-morning radio show dedicated to all things paranormal, has died at the age of 72.
How greater scrutiny of Chinese investments in the US is impacting a terminal acquisition at the Ports of Long Beach| April 24 2018, 8:42 AM
A US national-security review has raised concerns over Chinese state-run shipping giant COSCO taking control of a large container terminal at the Port of Long Beach in California, one of the biggest gateways for imports into the US.
The list includes one artist with roots in Inglewood.
Cleopatra would not have liked "Beyond the Nile," the Getty's new exhibit of 2,300 years of Egyptian history. After all, it's not all about her.
After the fatal stabbing of Anthony Mele, can Ventura keep streets safe without criminalizing homelessness?
The African American Firefighter Museum tells the story of segregation and integration in the L.A. Fire Department, and celebrates past and present black leaders of fire departments across the country.
What are you hearing in SoCal? Our new series explores all of the unique and occasionally annoying sounds that help define where we live.
The median price of a single-family home in Southern California hit an all-time high in March. It is now $519,000, according to the real estate data firm CoreLogic.