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There’s been an uptick in swearing among candidates for president. If it’s a strategy to attract younger and less religious voters, it may backfire partly because the profanity the candidates use may not have much impact.
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Vince Gill’s new album, “Okie,” reclaims a derogatory label that was used to shame Dust Bowl migrants.
America has often granted temporary protected status to people whose countries suffered catastrophic disasters. Yet after Dorian, Trump would rather demonize and deport Bahamians.
MIT professor Sinan Aral explains how taking four basic steps could help us explain the effect of social media manipulation on our election.
Primary debates could make voters more attached to their own preferred candidates and less willing to rally around the eventual nominee.
A discredited theory, rooted in notions of white racial superiority, brought us the term “Caucasian.” It’s time to abandon it.
The new book “She Said” is an indictment of a system that allowed Harvey Weinstein to sexually assault and harass women without consequence for decades.
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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.
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