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A column that puts down certain Democratic candidates because of their age rips a page from Donald Trump's divide-and-conquer playbook. [Read More]
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A retired 9th Circuit executive's reflexive defense of the late Judge Stephen Reinhardt shows why misconduct reporting must be reformed. [Read More]
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In shooting down a stereotype about Los Angeles, an L.A. Times columnist just feeds a stereotype about New Yorkers. [Read More]
As governor of Indiana, Mike Pence enacted an antiabortion law and decimated the state's public health spending. Now he'll oversee the U.S. coronavirus response. [Read More]
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A reader from coal country in Pennsylvania worries that people whose livelihoods depend on the mines will sway the election from Trump. [Read More]
The CDC and WHO say to prepare for the coronavirus outbreak to get worse; Trump tells us to do the opposite. This is profoundly reckless. [Read More]
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A proposal to let transit riders skip to the front of LAX security lines ignores that taking the train or the bus in L.A. is... [Read More]
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NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson achieved remarkable things. Yet as with so many other African Americans, her work was largely unknown for decades. [Read More]
As Harvey Weinstein awaits sentencing after his sexual assault conviction, we need to hear more from the women who stopped him. [Read More]
New technology and helpful volunteers made the voting experience good for one reader; another wonders about touch screens spreading pathogens. [Read More]
Republicans are doing only what their constituents want, which is to defer to President Trump. If the voters don't like that, they can say so... [Read More]
Our plastic trash problem is out of control; one thing that can be done about it right now is banning the plastic-based foam commonly known... [Read More]
Bernie Sanders' campaign hinges on voters understanding that what he's talking about has nothing to do with Soviet-style socialism. [Read More]
The Russians didn't stuff ballot boxes or deny any American the right to vote. They're merely putting out propaganda, which they've been doing for years. [Read More]
It's outrageous that improving the amount and quality of books in some of California's poorest schools is not part of a settlement regarding literacy. [Read More]
If 'Medicare for all' is implemented, what we will do about people who smoke, drink alcohol, use drugs or do other dangerous things that affect... [Read More]
The choice facing families caring for dying loved ones is stark: Burn out providing care at home, or go broke having full-time professional help. [Read More]
It's absurd that California effectively lets drivers set their own speed limits; even worse is that police don't enforce those limits. [Read More]
Readers in Los Angeles share their stories of jokes falling flat, seemingly because of a collective loss of our sense of humor. [Read More]
Until a huge portion of the state stops regarding homelessness as someone else's problem to fix, no amount of money will have an effect. [Read More]
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