Jon Healey is currently senior editor on the Utility Journalism team, which tries to help readers solve problems, answer questions and make big decisions about life in and around Los Angeles. He was an opinion writer and editor for The Times from mid-2005 until August 2021, and reported on technology news from 2000 to mid-2005.
Latest From This Author
The Biden administration updated its guidance Thursday about which loans would be eligible for up to $20,000 in forgiveness, closing the door to some borrowers.
Just say no to anyone offering to help you obtain the $10,000 to $20,000 in student loan debt forgiveness. You don’t need them.
Don’t let the bear market keep you from retiring. But there are a bunch of other financial and emotional factors to consider before taking the leap.
Mortgage interest rates have climbed steadily for the last six weeks, despite the unwavering message from the Fed about its plans. Evidently, markets are starting to take that message seriously.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has launched two new programs to help lower-income Angelenos stay cooler and not get burned by peak summer electric bills.
Location, location, location! Pretend you’re a part of the movies by heading to a bar featured in ‘Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood’ or dancing where the lovers flirted in ‘La La Land.’
You’ll probably need the help of a film location service that has good contacts with ad agencies and filmmakers. And even then, it helps to have the right kind of space.
Criminals have been using social media to help target victims for years. Here are some practical steps you can take to avoid hazards as you share your experiences online.
For as long as anyone can remember, pundits have used the “midterm” label for elections halfway between presidential elections. But what does it mean?