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After months of advocating for resilience and hope in the wake of the deadly attack on the Chabad of Poway, Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein is retiring.
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It’s been a little over a year since the Woolsey fire began its assault on the Santa Monica Mountains, so survivors of that devastation can talk pretty calmly about what they and their neighbors experienced.
A plan by Southern California governments to locate more housing in cities closer to the coast does not address the real threats posed by climate change.
An exclusive poll done for the Los Angeles Times and Los Angeles Business Council Institute found that 95% of respondents believe homelessness is either a serious or very serious problem.
How the poll of Los Angeles County attitudes toward homeless people was conducted.
This poll on homelessness in L.A. County was produced by the Los Angeles Times in partnership with the Los Angeles Business Council Institute, a nonprofit research arm of the Los Angeles Business Council.
Among homeless, a small minority of the severely mentally ill could be best served in public mental health hospitals that offer more intensive care.
Las Vegas officials passed a law that makes it a crime to sleep on the streets when beds are available at established shelters.
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California has joined other states in filing a second lawsuit against the administration for revoking the authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from automobiles.
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