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Archive for March 21st, 2019
The information was held in a readable format within the company's internal data storage systems. Facebook says it "found no evidence to date" of abuse.
Police are investigating anti-Semitic posters left around several schools in the west San Fernando Valley this week.
Think a "Donald Trump for America PAC, "Boomers for Beto PAC" or "Come on Kamala PAC" that actually doesn't help the intended candidate at all, but could be used to line the pockets of its founders.
Oversight Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md., is investigating alleged violations of federal records laws. Jared Kushner's lawyer disputes some of Cummings' assertions about what he told the committee.
Pregnant women in prison face difficult circumstances, and data on their pregnancies has been scarce. New research lays the groundwork for addressing this neglected public health issue.
From Presidents Ulysses Grant to Richard Nixon to Bill Clinton and Trump, a number of independent investigators have looked into allegations too hot for normal processes.
Postpartum depression hits low-income women especially hard. Will a promising new drug, Zulresso, become affordable and accessible enough to help them?
Iraq's health ministry says 55 people, including many children, are confirmed dead, after the capsize of a boat carrying revelers celebrating the Nowruz holiday.
A decade ago, one university started putting pronouns on course rosters. Today, it's not alone.
The protesters have been detained in the months since demonstrations against the government of President Ortega began nearly a year ago.
Millennials are drinking less, spurring beverage companies to create alternatives to traditional cocktails — using herbs, spices, citrus and veggies to craft unique flavors for non-alcoholic drinks.
After learning how parents in the Canadian Arctic address a child's misbehavior, I changed my tactics when my toddler would slap my face in anger.
A newly created bipartisan House committee is examining ways to change both the culture and the law-making structure on Capitol Hill.
"The condition of the jail is such that it does not comply with constitutional standards," Nowata County Sheriff Terry Sue Barnett told reporters after tendering her resignation.
She comes to USC as the school is embroiled in a nationwide scandal involving cheating and bribery for students to gain admission.
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From the Golden State to the Lone Star State: California’s affordable housing crisis and its effect on the job market| March 21 2019, 10:01 AM
California’s economy may be booming, but if it doesn’t solve its affordable housing crisis soon, some employers could leave the state altogether.
Trump’s new executive order has to do with free speech rights on campus -- so why are some 1st Amendment advocates worried?| March 21 2019, 9:58 AM
President Donald Trump is expected to order U.S. colleges to protect free speech on their campuses or risk losing federal funding.
Zot Zot! The big team repping California in this year in the NCAA tournament? The UC Irvine Anteaters| March 21 2019, 9:55 AM
UC Irvine is the only team from Southern California competing in the big dance this year, and only the second time the school has ever appeared at the NCAA tournament.
Last year, in an effort to provide its users more local news, Facebook launched Today In, a local news aggregator. The only issue? In many regions, there simply isn’t enough local news to aggregate.
The first-ever California Michelin Guide is coming this summer, and the state tourism board is helping to pay for it| March 21 2019, 9:46 AM
The world’s best-known guide to fine dining, the Michelin Guide, is returning to Los Angeles and expanding statewide this summer, and with a healthy cash infusion from California’s tourism board.
The University of Southern California on Wednesday announced a new school president to usher "a new era" following a series of high-profile scandals that culminated last week with a massive college admissions bribery case.