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Los Angeles city leaders directed staff to explore programs to potentially assist low- and middle-income families in paying to install and operate an AC unit.
The family of Keenan Anderson is planning to file a lawsuit against the city of L.A. before the end of the month.
A Times survey tallies the paydays for the heads of Warner Bros. Discovery, Netflix and more. The issue has become a hot topic on picket lines during the writers’ strike.
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