Nov. 28, 2022


Times Investigation

A staffing crisis in L.A. County’s juvenile halls has led to surges in fights, attacks on officers and the use of chemical spray against children. Teens are held in isolation and denied visits with family.


After that despicable recording of an anti-Black conversation among Latino City Council members, this victory was the reassurance our city needed.


Iger spoke about the need to make Disney’s streaming business profitable and signaled that a hiring freeze would remain in place.

World Cup

Ramin Rezaeian and fellow Iranian players are in a no-win situation as they face the U.S. at the World Cup.

Queiroz once was tasked with taking the USMNT far in the 2010 World Cup, but will now try to eliminate the Americans.


Nestled behind a 100-year-old Craftsman in L.A., a 700-square-foot ADU mirrors the home’s period charm and provides housing for an office and extended family.


Eight decades ago, the Mojave Desert was home to hundreds of tortoises per square mile. Today, most tortoise populations in the wild have fallen to 2 to 3 adults per square mile, largely due to climate change, loss of habitat and an increase in the raven population. Can California’s Endangered Species Act save the tortoises from extinction?



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