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The Turkish military is preparing to invade Northern Syria, following President Trump’s announcement he would pull U.S. troops from the region. Critics say the policy change would mean the U.S. abandoning Kurdish allies who have been leading the fight against ISIS.
The largest Asian American advocacy organization in Los Angeles has announced major layoffs that could affect services offered to thousands each year.
Immigrants from Southeast Asia and China have settled in and around Chinatown for more than 150 years. But over the last decade, gentrification has been squeezing some of them out.
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Three Democratic House chairmen say they will issue a subpoena to U.S. European Union Ambassador Gordon Sondland after he didn't show up for a deposition in the Democrats' impeachment investigation.
In 2016, voters in the City of Los Angeles overwhelmingly passed Prop HHH, a bond measure to raise $1.2 billion towards creating 10,000 units of supportive housing, as well as service centers for the homeless.
Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey tried Sunday to defuse the rapidly growing fallout over his deleted tweet that showed support for Hong Kong anti-government protesters, saying he did not intend to offend any of the team's Chinese fans or sponsors.
The 2020 election is still over a year away, but now is a critical time for proponents of ballot measures to raise money and collect signatures, according to the L.A. Times.
Governor Gavin Newsom is expected to sign Assembly Bill 1482 into law, which will enforce a 5 percent rent cap and expand “just cause” eviction policies for the state. How are landlords reacting?