I think the time has come for someone in Los Angeles to explain to the rest of the country that whatever you may think of us, we are not as kooky as the Sterling fiasco suggests.
You wouldn't expect the county's top prosecutor to step up to a microphone and say it's time to stop locking up so many people. But that's exactly what L.A. County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey did last week. She told the county Board of Supervisors that, in her opinion, 1,000 or more people with...
I am going to try to tell you about the high drama and profiles in courage at Tuesday's L.A. County Board of Supervisors meeting, but I'm not even sure where to begin.
I never met my grandparents on my father's side. They came to California from Spain in search of a better life and died before I was born, passing down the name I've carried around now for 60 years.
"He just cut him down and cut him out."
Dear Donald Sterling:
Nathaniel Ayers has had many triumphs in his battle to function despite schizophrenia. But he lands in a courtroom, and difficult calls must be made.
Marsha Temple fervently wishes to know more about her roots, and she believes thousands of other adoptees in the state do too.