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L.A. County Votes to Create Foster Youth ‘Bill of Rights’

The Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to create a “bill of rights” for foster youth that lays out rights, resources and services available to kids and their... Read more »

Trump presiona a Irán con sanciones mientras espera revisión de pacto nuclear

WASHINGTON –  El presidente, Donald Trump, castigó el martes a Irán por su comportamiento “provocador y desestabilizador” con una nueva ronda de... Read more »

DWP Retirees Benefits Higher Than Other LA Workers

LOS ANGELES – The average benefit for Los Angeles Department of Water and Power retirees in the fiscal year ending July 1, 2015, was higher than other city... Read more »

Labor Advocates Lament Lack of Protections in New Foreign-Worker Visas

SACRAMENTO – Criticism is coming in from worker’s-rights groups on the Trump administration’s announcement Monday that it will allow an additional 15,000... Read more »

Identifican al octavo asistente a polémica reunión de Trump Jr. y los rusos

WASHINGTON –  La octava persona que asistió a la polémica reunión de junio de 2016 con Donald Trump Jr., el hijo del presidente, Donald Trump, es Ike Kaveladze,... Read more »

Families Fear Missing Ramona Gardens Teens Could Be Suicidal

Two teenagers who went missing Wednesday in Boyle Heights and were feared to be suicidal have been found unharmed, police said early this morning. Police said the... Read more »

2 Police Officers Injured in South Gate Explosion

Two police officers were injured today in an explosion in South Gate, authorities said. Fire crews responded about 5:45 p.m. to the blast in the 5600 block of Imperial... Read more »

La Casa Blanca se opone a nuevo plan para proteger a jóvenes indocumentados

WASHINGTON —La Casa Blanca sugirió miércoles  que el presidente, Donald Trump, no apoyará un proyecto de ley bipartidista que se presentará este jueves y... Read more »

MALDEF Sues State for Substandard Medi-Cal Care

Civil rights advocates sued California last week, alleging that care provided by Medi-Cal, the state’s health program for low-income people, is substandard and... Read more »

Groups Slam Cap-and-Trade Deal as Too Industry-Friendly

SACRAMENTO, CA – Some environmental groups are criticizing the cap and trade bill passed in the California Legislature on Monday, calling it a corporate giveaway... Read more »

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