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Trump’s campaign rally Thursday was filled with the usual boasts, lies, shaded truths and flip-flops, proving once again that only a fool would believe a word this president says.
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FDR let a thousand refugees into the U.S. at the height of WWII before closing the borders. Labeled enemy aliens, they were confined in Fort Ontario, N.Y.
Jimi Hendrix riffed on the national anthem; we sang “Kumbaya.” Everyone got coated in mud.
People who contract Ebola are three to four times less likely to die from it if they are treated in a high-income country such as the United States rather than in places like Congo or western Africa.
Partnerships between labor and the environmental movement in California could be models for rebuilding worker power elsewhere in the nation.
The Social Security 2100 Act being considered in the House would strengthen the fund and expand benefits. And it would cost workers earning $50,000 a year an annual increase of only 50 cents a week.
“American Conspiracy Theories” author Joseph Uscinski on how conspiracy theories shape our public life.
What began as a fight about agricultural products could start a domino effect in financial markets, which is perilous for the global economy.
The recall system can get dangerous products off the shelves, but it doesn’t ensure that they are taken out of circulation.
A six-part series from the editorial board challenging NIMBYs and their City Hall enablers who balk at building new housing while a humanitarian crisis unfolds in our streets.
It was no secret during the campaign that Donald Trump was a narcissist and a demagogue who used fear and dishonesty to appeal to the worst in American voters.
Ideas and commentary on building a livable, sustainable Los Angeles.