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#LivingWhileBlack: New laws could outlaw racially motivated 911 calls

911 calls on black people led to a #LivingWhileBlack social media moment. Now cities may take action.

Frank Shyong: Many in Chinatown have never tried its most popular restaurant, so I brought the food to them

Howlin' Ray's is Chinatown's hottest restaurant, but the fried chicken outlet's success is a sign of a new neighborhood displacing the existing one.

Trump’s still-murky Israeli-Palestinian peace plan already meeting stiff opposition

The long-awaited plan, drafted by Jared Kusher and expected to favor Israel, offers financial carrots to Palestinians but little else.

Trump pushes off war talk on Iran, says 'regime change' not U.S. goal

The U.S. is “not looking for regime change” in Iran, Trump said. He also praised talks with North Korea, distancing himself from hawkish advisers.

A little-noticed zoning twist is set to spark a home-building boom in L.A.

Developers are taking advantage of a new city program that allows for larger projects near transit if some units are kept affordable.

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