June 30, 2022


Supreme Court Decisions

The 5-4 decision in Biden vs. Texas reversed lower court rulings which held the Democratic administration must continue President Trump’s strict border enforcement policy.

California Drought

Recurring drought and rising temperatures have already begun to alter the landscape of California and the American Southwest, researchers warn.

Times Investigation

The ex-fiance of reality star Lala Kent faces the collapse of his company amid a trail of lawsuits, civil fraud charges and allegations of abusive behavior.

LAPD Fireworks Blast: One Year Later

A year after the LAPD blew up a South L.A. block with fireworks, 18 families are still living in a hotel, symbolizing failed city attempts to make them whole.

Grand Opening

The existence of the Grand may come as a surprise to those who stayed away from downtown during the pandemic and have yet to return to their offices or Bunker Hill’s art and entertainment venues such as the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Ahmanson Theatre and Broad Museum.

COVID-19 Pandemic

A young Briton agreed to be infected with the coronavirus for a scientific study of the most consequential virus on the planet.


Editors’ Pick

When Cathy Lee looked into her father’s killing in South L.A., she found the suspect had allegedly attacked another Asian man days prior. Now she wants answers.

It was 1966. Cheryl Bryant and Clifton Palmer were 22, and abortion in California was illegal except to save a woman’s life. But Bryant was determined to get one. That abortion would change the lives of the young couple and the respected physician who referred them, and lead to the decriminalization of abortion in California years before Roe vs. Wade.