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Chinatown Seniors Stave Off Rent Hike—For Now

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Rent Strikes Are Making A Comeback In L.A.

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About 100 years ago, in cities with an affordable housing shortage, tenants went on strike—withholding rent from their landlord to protest poor conditions. As the cost of housing spirals up, rent strikes are making a comeback.

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LA is suing Trump administration over public safety funds

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City attorney says new federal requirements for anti-gang grants would run counter to Los Angeles' policies limiting police cooperation in immigration enforcement.

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Scooters dodge LA city ban, but face possible regulation

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City transportation officials will reaffirm their cease-and-desist letters issued to scooter companies back in June that prevents them from operating for now.

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LA clergy abuse survivors demand action from pope

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Pope Francis wrote a letter to Catholics responding to new reports of clergy sexual abuse. But survivors’ advocates in Los Angeles say that’s not enough.

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Parker center demolition begins despite lawsuit

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The old LAPD headquarters will be replaced with an office skyscraper for LA City workers. The AIDS Healthcare Foundation wants the building converted to homeless housing.

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Body scanners are coming to LA Metro stations. Here's what we know about them

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Los Angeles Metro's subway system will become the first in the nation to install body scanners that screen passengers for weapons and explosives — without slowing them down at security lines.

More deportations likely for Cambodians in near future

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Although a federal judge gave a group of Cambodian immigrants a temporary reprieve from deportation, some still will be removed.

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Reunited migrant family starts tenuous new life in LA

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For separated migrant families, reuniting is one more step in their odyssey. Next comes the challenging of settling in — and fighting deportation.

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