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Times Investigations
The U.S. Department of Transportation has called for a review of all Native American companies in its minority contracting program in response to a Times investigation.
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Council President Herb Wesson says “anti-displacement zones” would cover the entire city of Los Angeles, but how they would work is far from clear.
L.A. City Councilman John Lee has come out against a rare proposal to build homeless housing in his San Fernando Valley district. The debate follows a closely watched campaign that revolved, in part, around warring views of the homeless crisis.
L.A. County’s Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to draft an amicus brief that urges the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a challenge to Martin vs. City of Boise.
A week after hearing about federal officials swinging through a vacant office building close to Los Angeles International Airport, Hawthorne officials and residents are still confused. The office building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Amid California’s housing crisis, Airbnb pledges $25 million to support affordable housing and small business in the San Francisco Bay Area, L.A. County.
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Climate & Environment
An internal report obtained by the Washington Post found that several archaeological sites at the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument “likely will be wholly or partially destroyed by forthcoming border fence construction.”
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