Is a tiny house really a glorified toolshed? Are the unhoused serving as guinea pigs for architect’s design experiments? Our columnist visits L.A.'s new wave of shelter solutions.
The mayor’s proposed budget, set for release Tuesday, comes at a moment of heightened frustration over the city’s handling of homelessness.
Half of all adults in the U.S. have now received at least one COVID-19 shot
Dr. Anthony Fauci says the U.S. will likely move to resume Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine this week after reports of six rare blood clot cases.
California has entered another drought. But depending on who you ask, the last one may have never really ended.
In-person schooling looks very different from neighborhood to neighborhood, especially at the elementary school level.
More than half of Californians 18 and older have been at least partially vaccinated, according to CDC data.
The former L.A. mayor has criticized the recall effort targeting his 2018 gubernatorial foe, Gavin Newsom. But he hasn’t publicly ruled out a run.
Last year, Jacob Cruz’s niece received a phone call at work: Her uncle was coming home. The news was so impossible to believe that she hung up to gather herself.
Asian adoptees have a unique perspective on anti-Asian hate, with upbringings that can leave them feeling alienated from their heritage and families who have trouble understanding the reality of racism.
Nicaraguan American Nora Sandigo helps children who have crossed the border on their own to join families in the U.S.