Granderson: The U.S. sees itself as a white knight (emphasis on ‘white’)
Border Patrol agents’ treatment of Haitian refugees shows the true American attitude toward our neighbors.
Mosquitoes taking over your California backyard? Here’s how you can fight back
Op-Ed: A lesson from Ebola in 2015 will be key to ending COVID-19
Op-Ed: Why the federal poverty line doesn’t begin to tell the story of poverty in the U.S.
Op-Ed: Renters’ last chance for pandemic aid before evictions resume
Calmes: Only Republicans want to keep this risky charade over the debt limit
Op-Ed: On the front lines, here’s what the seven stages of severe COVID-19 look like
Op-Ed: As a doctor in a COVID unit, I’m running out of compassion for the unvaccinated. Get the shot
Opinion: Meet the architectural menace threatening to ruin downtown L.A.'s rebirth
Hear Me Out: Video letters
Video letter: The homeless man who assaulted my pastor needed help. So I wrote a letter to the L.A. Times
Introducing ‘Hear Me Out,’ a video series featuring Times letter writers
Video: Want to get your letter in the L.A Times? Here are some tips
Video letter: The waiting was the hardest part
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Op-Ed: Why ‘Ted Lasso’ is a match made in globalizer heaven
Believe: ‘Ted Lasso’ minds the gap between America’s sports isolation and our world pop culture domination.
Guerrero: How Latinos led the vote in the California recall — and set up a model for the midterms
Op-Ed: Abusing migrants while on horseback? That fits with the Border Patrol’s long history of brutality
Column: What would Jesus do? He’d get vaccinated, that’s what
Op-Ed: How Congress could curtail the Big Oil gravy train
Granderson: The NFL should stop running from its racial history
Column: Biden’s foreign policy: Too leftist or too Trumpist?
Op-Ed: For a generation born into climate change, hope isn’t an option. Activism is
Op-Ed: Biden’s vaccine summit is a chance to commit doses where they’re needed most
How we can reimagine California
The pandemic opened possibilities. Let’s embrace them.
Our reckoning with racism
As the country grapples with the role of systemic racism, The Times has committed to examining its past.
Ideas and commentary on building a livable, sustainable Los Angeles.
Los Angeles’ homelessness crisis is a national disgrace
Op-Ed: The common thread between L.A.’s 1976 carpool fiasco and anti-vax protests
Litman: The Jan. 6 House Select Committee is the last, best hope against GOP lies
Op-Ed: Less carrying, more caring: What if USPS rounds included health checks for vulnerable Americans?
Op-Ed: Are Supreme Court justices ‘partisan hacks’? All the evidence says yes
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor: A letter sided with anti-vaccine firefighters and cops. Readers aren’t having it
Letters to the Editor: Parents, you must scream as loudly as your kids on climate change
Letters to the Editor: Negotiating fair Medicare drug prices is free-market capitalism, not socialism
Letters to the Editor: You can think America is deeply flawed but also a global force for good
Editorial: Should schools mandate COVID vaccines for children? Yes, but they need to be fair
Editorial: Yes, Southern California, we have a water shortage emergency too
Editorial: We need to house residents of homeless encampments even when there isn’t a crisis
Editorial: Californians want to keep voting by mail as an option, and they should