As her Inside Safe program enters its second year, L.A. Mayor Karen Bass said she is determined to clear the bottleneck keeping homeless residents from getting into permanent homes.
Record rainfall, blizzards and floods — this definitely hasn’t been a by-the-numbers weather year. How can you tell? By the numbers.
An L.A. nonprofit purchased the 1.86-acre lot on Jefferson Boulevard for nearly $10 million. It hopes to transform the parcel into affordable housing.
Just when my friends and I should be exploring many perspectives and figuring out where we stand, we’re self-censoring and following familiar scripts.
Orange County returned 6 acres of land to the Acjachemen and Tongva people. Tribal leaders say it’s a small step in a movement to protect their heritage.
Japan has committed to becoming carbon-neutral by 2050, but the legacy of one of the world’s worst nuclear catastrophes makes that goal harder to reach.
The Supreme Court refuses a Christian free-speech challenge to 22 states’ laws banning ‘conversion therapy,’ which seeks to change a child’s sexual orientation or gender identity.
The embattled Golden Globe Awards show the most love for ‘Barbie,’ ‘Oppenheimer,’ ‘Poor Things’ and ‘Killers of the Flower Moon.’ ‘Succession’ leads for TV.
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As California’s DMV accuses Tesla of false advertising, the carmaker says it has a 1st Amendment right to describe its vehicles as ‘Full Self Driving.’
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Wild animal rehabilitation organizations claim California officials are hassling their operations after decades of cooperation. The state denies it.
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration is advancing a plan to build a Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta water tunnel. Environmentalists are strongly opposed, warning of ecological damage.
With all the deferrals in Shohei Ohtani’s 10-year, $700-million deal with the Dodgers, the contract is actually a bargain.
Argentina’s President-elect Javier Milei has shown public interest in Judaism, incorporating shofars at campaign rallies and visiting a rabbi’s tomb.