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The Ellis Act has allowed thousands of L.A.’s rent-stabilized units to be taken off the market. A mother and son who fought back want others to know they can too.
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.
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Airbnb may have met its match in, of all things, the hostel. Many hostels struggled during the pandemic because of concerns about sharing rooms.
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Desperate Gazans fleeing Israel’s expanding ground offensive crowded into an ever-shrinking area as the Israel-Hamas war entered its third month.
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Bedouins of the Negev desert face rockets from Gaza and discrimination and arrest by Israel. They seek safety as the war energizes the far right.