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By Michael Flores Angelenos carved right through a 443-turkey deficit in a pair of weeks. Each year, the Union Station Homeless Services collect Thanksgiving meals for community members. Just two weeks ago, the Pasadena non-profit had only seven of their...
By Scott Rodd Members of Congress are demanding answers after a recent CapRadio/California Newsroom investigation revealed how the U.S. Forest Service mishandled a plan that could have protected a California town from being destroyed in last year’s Caldor Fire. More...
By Christopher Kane The Senate’s version of the Respect for Marriage Act (RFMA) was written to “provide the strongest protections possible while being very thoughtful to ensure the best legal defense” in the face of a possible litigated challenge, Sen....
By Rae Ann Varona Democratic lawmakers expressed urgency Wednesday in getting Republicans on board to pass a permanent solution before January for undocumented immigrants who arrived in the U.S. as minors — so-called Dreamers — saying inertia could spell deportation...
By Seema Mehta and Rachel Uranga Alex Padilla grew up on the polluted northern edge of Los Angeles framed by brown hills and freeways in a working-class community long neglected by the city. His win as the first Latino elected...
By Staff Nearly 400 school districts spanning all 50 states and Washington, D.C., along with several tribes and U.S. territories, are receiving roughly $1 billion in grants to purchase about 2,500 “clean” school buses under a new federal program. The...