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Parents Need to Guard Their Child’s Privacy

A recent survey by the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s hospital revealed that a majority of parents are using social medial outlets to share photos... Read more »

Household Debt Is a National Crisis

Years after Toni Potter’s husband passed away from pancreatic cancer, debt collectors in her state of Washington were still relentlessly hounding her about his... Read more »

Becoming ‘A Thing Apart’ is the Story of Government

Voltairine de Cleyre, the 19th and 20th century anarchist without adjectives, stated in her essay, “Anarchism and American Traditions” that, “…the nature... Read more »

County Library Offers Free Courses Online

Everyone with a Los Angeles County library card now has access to free online video courses teaching business, technology and creative skills, the county’s lead... Read more »

Violent Crimes Up in Los Angeles

Just two months after reporting a drop in crime to 1966 levels, Los Angeles police are now struggling to combat an increase in crime across the city this year, including... Read more »

Gomez: Montebello High’s Winning Tradition

A Montebello Highs School athlete coached by his father, has turned wrestling into a family tradition, a championship one at that. Nichols “Nico” Gomez became... Read more »

Experts, Seniors Tell CA Lawmakers ‘Hear Us’ on Rising Elder Poverty

New America Media–SACRAMENTO, Calif.— “We have to raise hell with this man,” declared elders’ advocate Gary Passmore at a California Assembly hearing last... Read more »

Community Calendar: March 26, 2015 – April 1, 2015

Friday, March 27 6-9pm—Glassell Park Utility Box Art Community Vote Night. Cast your vote for your favorite works of Art. Top 12 selected artists will install... Read more »

Is it Dementia, or Just Normal Aging?

Newswise – Rochester, Minn – Researchers at Mayo Clinic developed a new scoring system to help determine which elderly people may be at a higher risk of developing... Read more »

State Supreme Court Won’t Review Case of Man Convicted of Murdering His Mother

The California Supreme Court refused Wednesday to review the case against a man convicted of murdering his mother, whose butchered remains were found in a freezer... Read more »

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