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RT @robrtgreene : More housing. More people to build it . Editorial: California cities want to stop fast-tracking affordable housing constr…

A banner on the 405 freeway that read “Kanye is right about the Jews,” made Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff angry. Here’s what he did about it.

RT @latimesopinion : Column: Putin's war on Ukraine is in the sinister tradition of the Russian war machine (via @latimesopinion )

RT @latimesent : Congressman's China censorship worries 'stronger than ever' after Disney meeting

Strike or no strike? All about the Hollywood writers fight that’s just beginning

RT @maxsoeunkim : For my first story for @latimes , I wrote about jjokbangs, illegal cramped single-person occupancies in South Korea that ha…

Why Margzetta Frazier's final season with UCLA gymnastics was her most meaningful


The Senate on Thursday confirmed Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, promoting the appellate judge to a lifetime seat no Black woman has ever occupied.

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San Francisco police officers will be replaced with trained, unarmed professionals to respond to calls for help on noncriminal matters involving mental health, the homeless, school discipline and neighbor disputes, as part of a new wave of police reforms

A former nurse at Scripps Memorial Hospital showed columnist @Davidlaz  screenshots of the facility’s electronic health record system. The screenshots show price hikes ranging from 575% to 675% being automatically generated by the hospital’s software.

"I’ve covered protests involving police," writes @mollyhf  from Minneapolis. "I’ve also covered the U.S. military in war zones, including Iraq and Afghanistan. I have never been fired at by police until tonight."

#BREAKING : Kobe Bryant, the NBA and MVP who spanned a 20-year career with the L.A. Lakers, died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas. He was 41.

Even after releasing three No. 1 singles this year, global pop sensation BTS received only one nomination for the 2022 Grammy Awards.

Women in South Korea are protesting labor disparities by using an image similar to this 🤏 emoji to mock the size of men’s penises. Men are saying women are insulting their bodies.