Oct. 21, 2019
Top News
In June 2018, LAPD officers ordered the residents of an illegally converted South L.A. church building to evacuate. The conditions there were far from unique amid L.A. County’s housing crisis.
Some Bay Area activists are taking their wealth and are spending it on housing — for others. Rebelling against real estate speculation, they are building homes that will be kept affordable in perpetuity.
The tentative settlement involves drug distributors AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health and McKesson and drug manufacturer Teva.
Marybel Batjer was recently appointed PUC president. She’ll have lots to figure out. Consensus in Sacramento is the commission has been soft on PG&E.
The report draws parallels between the campaigns launched by tobacco companies and oil industries, both with a goal of delaying government policies and regulations that could cut into their profits.
The initial strategy toward the House impeachment investigation was to try to block witnesses from testifying. Now that’s failed. What’s Plan B?
HBO’s “Watchmen” examines race, white supremacy and police brutality. Sunday night’s series premiere has creator Damon Lindelof asking, “Should we have done it?”
The Galaxy defeat Minnesota 2-1 in playoff opener when Sebatian Lletget and Jonathan dos Santos score in second half. They’ll face LAFC on Thursday.
Amid the impeachment inquiry, it’s important not to forget the full sweep of the damage Donald Trump has done, and continues to do.
There is no issue more important than driving Donald Trump out of office at the ballot box in 2020.
Democratic candidates have put out countless plans and policy statements. Voters beware! Do not be beguiled by patently unachievable ideas designed to win primaries.
Are Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren — and Donald Trump — too old to be president of the United States?
After six seasons with no playoffs, Lakers feel they have all the pieces in place for a title.
Former Lakers Lonzo Ball and Brandon Ingram out of the L.A. spotlight after getting traded to New Orleans, where the big focus is on Zion Williamson.
Veteran big man Al Horford is an underrated difference-maker on defense and unheralded offensive player who can make the difference for Philadelphia.