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Archive for August 13th, 2019
With so many mass shootings in our national headlines, it can be hard to process the details of each new tragedy. But many in Los Angeles will never forget the anti-Semitic attack at a Jewish Community Center in Granada Hills 20 years ago.
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Riot police clashed with pro-democracy protesters at Hong Kong's airport late Tuesday night, moving into the terminal where the demonstrators had shut down operations at the busy transport hub for two straight days.
It was 1968, and Elvis Presley had hit a rough patch.
The California DMV’s new voter registration program is confusing to voters and full of technical difficulties, leading to hundreds of thousands of discrepancies in voter registrations sent to the Secretary of State, according to an audit released Friday.
History professor, journalist and broadcast media executive Frank Cruz has reported on a number of issues often discussed today, including immigration and issues around diversity, equity and power.
For decades, Placido Domingo, one of the most celebrated and powerful men in opera, has tried to pressure women into sexual relationships by dangling jobs and then sometimes punishing the women professionally when they refused his advances, numerous accusers told The Associated Press.
The United States is delaying tariffs on Chinese-made cell phones, laptop computers and other items and removing other Chinese imports from its target list altogether, triggering a rally in beleaguered U.S. markets.