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What will the Senate Judiciary Committee do now? TOP STORIES Supreme Disarray The once highly orchestrated confirmation process for Supreme Court nominee... [Read More]
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One thing I never understood about Meg Shimatsu was how she kept her spirits up, given her health problems and her circumstances. When I... [Read More]
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As director of Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art from 2010-13, Jeffrey Deitch was responsible for some ambitious, populist and pop cultural exhibitions, including 2011's... [Read More]
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Two weeks after a gunman in Parkland, Fla., zigzagged from one classroom to another in his former high school, killing 17 people, a Beverly Hills... [Read More]
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As a new member of the civilian board that oversees the Los Angeles Police Department, Matt Johnson wanted to reduce the number of police shootings.... [Read More]
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Earlier this month, the New York Review of Books, arguably the foremost magazine of ideas in the United States, published a cover story online about... [Read More]
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Republicans on Capitol Hill plan to hear testimony Monday from Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, but will call... [Read More]
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The victims of the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas are being remembered publicly as the first anniversary of the attack approaches. The... [Read More]
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Order your extra recycling bin now: Proposition 10 season is upon us. Expect pounds of pro- and anti- fliers and pamphlets to litter your mailbox... [Read More]
The midterm elections could fundamentally change the balance of power in Washington, D.C. [Read More]
Trump's new refugee policy is a naked attempt to restrict all forms of immigration, even though the United States needs them in its economic future. [Read More]
The man who founded Stanford University and named it after his son (and really, himself) exploited Chinese labor and is widely regarded as an unethical... [Read More]
L.A. Metro is pursuing plans to rename its rail and dedicated bus lines, saying the current color scheme doesn't provide enough options for new lines. [Read More]
There are problems with the political engagement of young people, but we should not ignore the external factors that make it harder for certain people... [Read More]
The simple question, "Who will do my hair?" from an 11-year-old to her immigrant mother facing deportation is a sad expression of abandonment. [Read More]
Lauren Jauregui has been on a quest for creative freedom. After spending much of her teens in pop girl group Fifth Harmony she's found her... [Read More]
If Israel did't exist, where would millions of Jews go? That question gets to the heart of why anti-Zionism may be anti-Semitic. [Read More]
Colleagues of the Northern California psychology professor who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault when they were both teenagers describe her... [Read More]
Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's twin daughters celebrated their birthday with carnival rides, chandeliers and a pink throne. Photographs and videos posted on social media gave... [Read More]
Patt Morrison speaks with former Secretary of State John Kerry. [Read More]
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