Robin Abcarian is an opinion columnist at the Los Angeles Times. She writes about news, politics and culture. Her columns appear on Wednesday and Sunday. Twitter: @AbcarianLAT
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A new bill would make it possible for children 12 and over to make their own decisions about vaccinations.
¿Qué ocurrió en el Despacho Oval el 6 de enero de 2021? ¿Y por qué la Organización Trump parece ser tan turbia en cuanto a sus activos? Seguramente, Ivanka lo sabe.
What happened in the Oval Office on Jan. 6, 2021? And why does the Trump Organization seem to be so shady about its assets? Surely, Ivanka knows.
France has just mandated “vaccine passes” for public places. We should too.
The House minority leader needs to tell Americans what he knew, when he knew it and exactly what then-President Trump told him on Jan. 6.
We need to learn to live with COVID. Over the next decade or so, says one expert, “every single person on Earth has a date with this virus.”
As soon as the smoke cleared, Trump sympathizers began to downplay or deny the unprecedented attack on democracy.
I want my niece to love reading as much as I do. She doesn’t. Arguments ensue. The experts’ advice? Chill out — kids read differently these days.
Billie Eilish’s public service announcement: A distressing number of kids are exposed to porn, which some treat as instructional videos.
A stunt at a South Dakota hockey game that had teachers competing to stuff their shirts with $1 bills draws comparisons to TV’s horrific “Squid Game.”