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‘King Tut’ Exhibit coming to L.A.

Tickets are now on sale for a California Science Center exhibit billed as the largest traveling collection outside Egypt of artifacts from the tomb of Tutankhamun... Read more »

Putting The Heat On What Takes the Edge Off

                    Jeff Sessions wants to crack down on legal marijuana, the only thing getting some people... Read more »

L.A. Times Writers, Editors Vote to Unionize

Newsroom employees at the Los Angeles Times voted overwhelmingly to unionize for the first time in the paper’s 136-year history, according to results tallied Friday. The... Read more »

Chain Migration or Family Reunification?

It is historical fact that millions of people have come to the U.S. to create new lives in freedom. Immigration is the origin of our history as a country. Our federal... Read more »

It’s Time for a Permanent Solution to Protect Dreamers

Depression, anxiety, frustration: This was my reality as an undocumented young woman living in the United States. For many years the love and support of my family... Read more »

Rare Hispanic Politician Reaches Higher

Hispanics — 58-million strong — are represented at all levels of American society, business, professions, street and homeless populations, criminal gangs, law... Read more »

LAPD Chief Beck Riding Off to Retirement

Saying it is time for fresh leadership of the agency he’s called home for four decades, Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck stunned colleagues Friday... Read more »

Organizers Expect Hundreds of Thousands to Attend Women’s March Saturday

The one year anniversary of President Trump’s assent into office will be observed locally with the repeat of the 2017 Women’s March that drew millions of women... Read more »

Father Sues County For Crash that Killed His Young Sons

The father of two young boys who were fatally struck by an SUV driven by an on-duty rookie sheriff’s deputy in Boyle Heights is suing Los Angeles County, alleging... Read more »

L.A. Council Votes to Join Legal Fight to Block Trump on Immigration

The Los Angeles City Council took several actions Wednesday in opposition to the Trump administration’s immigration policies, including directing the city attorney... Read more »

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