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More than a decade after California passed the Human Right to Water Act, about 1 million residents still lack access to clean, safe, affordable water.
Armenians’ fury over Azerbaijan’s recapture of Nagorno-Karabakh has focused on Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan. Could his government go next?
The L.A. school board puts the needs of its schools first, limiting where charter schools can rent space. Charters vow to fight for the right to share campuses.
A federal jury ruled that LAPD officers were responsible for violating Dexter White’s rights when they shot him after mistaking his cellphone for a gun in South L.A. in 2018, awarding him $2.35 million in damages.
Democrats have not won a presidential election in recent decades without leading or tying in polls that ask voters which party would better handle the economy.
Is the quintessential L.A. home a Midcentury Modern dream, stately Craftsman or a colorful Spanish Colonial? Take a tour and decide for yourself.
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