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In LA, Muslims From China Watch And Worry As Homeland Crackdown Escalates

In LA, Muslims From China Watch And Worry As Homeland Crackdown Escalates

There are credible reports of mass detention, restrictions on religious expression, mass surveillance, DNA collection and control of movement and communication.

The Next Site For Mayor Garcetti's Temporary Bridge Shelters? The VA Campus In Brentwood

The Next Site For Mayor Garcetti's Temporary Bridge Shelters? The VA Campus In Brentwood

The project should house up to 100 homeless veterans and open in 2019. So far it's not getting the same NIMBY pushback as other shelter sites.

What We Know So Far About Ramon Escobar, The Man Accused In A String Of Deadly Beatings

What We Know So Far About Ramon Escobar, The Man Accused In A String Of Deadly Beatings

Police say Ramon Escobar, 47, was behind brutal attacks that left three people dead and four people injured in Santa Monica and L.A.

Did You Know You Can Vote From Jail? County Inmates Didn't

Did You Know You Can Vote From Jail? County Inmates Didn't

LA County and the ACLU spent National Voter Registration Day educating some of its most forgotten voters. They brought Common along too.

92 Percent Of LA Homes Are Unaffordable To The Average Person

92 Percent Of LA Homes Are Unaffordable To The Average Person

We're No. 2! After San Francisco, L.A. is the second least affordable housing market in the country.

'Sexually Violent Predator' Bill Cosby Gets 3 To 10 Years In Prison

'Sexually Violent Predator' Bill Cosby Gets 3 To 10 Years In Prison

The man who built his career on a family-friendly image is being sent to prison for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman.

In Sherman Oaks, NIMBYs Loudly Draw A Line Against Homeless Housing  -- And Threaten Recall

In Sherman Oaks, NIMBYs Loudly Draw A Line Against Homeless Housing -- And Threaten Recall

In a planned protest, residents drowned out the conversation with boos and chants of "No common sense" and "Recall!" -- directed at City Councilman David Ryu.

LA Renters Have Been Shut Out Of Solar. That's About To Change

LA Renters Have Been Shut Out Of Solar. That's About To Change

To qualify, you must be an LADWP customer, and you must live in a multi-family apartment building.

No One Says 'Surf's Up' In Long Beach Anymore, But The Waves Might Return

No One Says 'Surf's Up' In Long Beach Anymore, But The Waves Might Return

Removing part of the breakwater may be the cure for the ecosystems in Long Beach Harbor. One of proposals to improve plant and animal life in the bay would remove a third of the wall.

Police Say Man Arrested In Brutal Attack In Santa Monica May Be Tied To Beating Deaths In Downtown LA

Police Say Man Arrested In Brutal Attack In Santa Monica May Be Tied To Beating Deaths In Downtown LA

Another man was found brutally beaten in Santa Monica. Police say the man they arrested was likely behind the attacks in downtown L.A.

Chanting, Honking, Marching And Dressed In Black: Scenes From Today's Kavanaugh Walkout

Chanting, Honking, Marching And Dressed In Black: Scenes From Today's Kavanaugh Walkout

People walked out of their offices, homes, classrooms, or wherever on Monday at exactly 10 a.m.

Car Repairs And Custom Work Might Be More Expensive Now, Because Tariffs

Car Repairs And Custom Work Might Be More Expensive Now, Because Tariffs

President Trump's new round of tariffs on Chinese goods could stick you with a higher price tag for new car parts. And they could put this SoCal company out of business.

Benedict Canyon Is Back Open Two Months Earlier Than Expected

Benedict Canyon Is Back Open Two Months Earlier Than Expected

The key link between Beverly Hills and the San Fernando Valley was supposed to be closed through November.

Your Guide To Finding An LGBTQ-Friendly Doctor In LA

Your Guide To Finding An LGBTQ-Friendly Doctor In LA

Homophobia, and the fear of homophobia, can keep people from getting medical attention. Let us help you find an LGBTQ-affirming doctor.

LA Wants To Make It Easier To Find Parking With Real-Time Data Sharing

LA Wants To Make It Easier To Find Parking With Real-Time Data Sharing

The data's current form on the city's site is not user-friendly, but the goal is for app developers to take it and push out a more usable version to drivers.

Police Are Looking For A Connection In The Beating Deaths Of Men Sleeping Outside In LA, Santa Monica

Police Are Looking For A Connection In The Beating Deaths Of Men Sleeping Outside In LA, Santa Monica

On Thursday morning, a Santa Monica city maintenance worker found a man's body under the famous pier.

Complaint Filed Against Councilman Jose Huizar On Site For Reporting Misconduct

Complaint Filed Against Councilman Jose Huizar On Site For Reporting Misconduct

The specifics of the allegations aren't public, but the site is set up to report discrimination, harassment and retaliation.

2 In Custody After Student, Teacher Shot Near Van Nuys Charter Campus

2 In Custody After Student, Teacher Shot Near Van Nuys Charter Campus

The shooting happened near the campus of CHAMPS Charter High School of the Arts in Van Nuys

Democracy Dead Zone: Only 300 People Will Hear This SoCal Congressional Debate

Democracy Dead Zone: Only 300 People Will Hear This SoCal Congressional Debate

Find out about your candidates elsewhere: the Palmdale Chamber of Commerce banned recordings of a congressional candidate debate.

Newport Beach Police Deploy A Podcast In The Hunt For A Suspected Killer

Newport Beach Police Deploy A Podcast In The Hunt For A Suspected Killer

"We're not trying to do a trial by podcast," the host told us. "We're trying to run a manhunt."

One Man Dead, 2 Deputies Shot In Gun Battle At East LA Park

One Man Dead, 2 Deputies Shot In Gun Battle At East LA Park

The injured deputies, who Sheriff Jim McDonnell said were both in their thirties and "very seasoned," were listed in serious but stable condition.

When LA County Workers File Harassment Complaints, Sometimes Nothing Happens To The Accused

When LA County Workers File Harassment Complaints, Sometimes Nothing Happens To The Accused

An auditor says Los Angeles County can improve the way it tracks complaints about workplace misconduct.

Long Beach Police Have Been Using An App That Deletes Text Messages

Long Beach Police Have Been Using An App That Deletes Text Messages

After an Al Jazeera story, the department has suspended use of the app. An L.A. County deputy public defender plans to explore whether the practice affected the outcomes of homicide cases.

Want To Ride The Pink Line Or The Q Line? LA Metro Is Studying How To Rename Its System

Want To Ride The Pink Line Or The Q Line? LA Metro Is Studying How To Rename Its System

Metro didn't ask us for ideas, but our newsroom had plenty of great ones.

SoCal's Roadkill Danger Zones -- Where You're More Likely To Hit An Animal

SoCal's Roadkill Danger Zones -- Where You're More Likely To Hit An Animal

We have a map of hotspots and a list of the most dangerous freeway sections in the area.

Remedial Classes Aren't Working In Community Colleges -- And Now They're About To Be Canceled

Remedial Classes Aren't Working In Community Colleges -- And Now They're About To Be Canceled

Educators call it a huge change. How did it happen? When research showed the remedial classes were hurting instead of helping, campus administrators ultimately listened.

Inglewood's Multibillion-Dollar Football Stadium Is Taking Shape. We Got A Look Inside

Inglewood's Multibillion-Dollar Football Stadium Is Taking Shape. We Got A Look Inside

Six million construction hours later, officials say the project is on schedule to be completed by 2020.

LAUSD's Leader Wants To 'Manage Out' Bad Teachers. But Does The District Know Which Ones Are Bad?

LAUSD's Leader Wants To 'Manage Out' Bad Teachers. But Does The District Know Which Ones Are Bad?

The vast majority of LAUSD teachers "meet" or "exceed standards" on their evaluations, according to new numbers -- but are those numbers right?

San Bernardino Diocese Will Release Name Of Every Priest Accused Of Sexual Abuse

San Bernardino Diocese Will Release Name Of Every Priest Accused Of Sexual Abuse

San Bernardino's Catholic diocese plans to name names. A spokesman says of the victims: "Sometimes to see their abuser's name made public is beneficial in the healing process."

'Don't Grab Workers': McDonald's Employees Walk Out Over Toxic Male Behavior

'Don't Grab Workers': McDonald's Employees Walk Out Over Toxic Male Behavior

In South L.A. about 100 people, mostly Latinas, marched to a McDonalds restaurant at the intersection of Figueroa Street and Florence Ave.

This Amateur Metal Detectorist Is Fighting Pirates On The Beaches Of Santa Monica

This Amateur Metal Detectorist Is Fighting Pirates On The Beaches Of Santa Monica

Steve Smith is something of a treasure-hunting do-gooder, one who doesn't officially charge for his services.

SpaceX Has Booked Its First Private Passenger For A Moon Voyage, But He Won't Be Going Alone

SpaceX Has Booked Its First Private Passenger For A Moon Voyage, But He Won't Be Going Alone

The trip is planned for 2023 on board the SpaceX BFR launch vehicle. The crew will spend at least a week in space.

More Expectant Moms Want An Alternative Birthing Experience. Hospitals Are Listening.

More Expectant Moms Want An Alternative Birthing Experience. Hospitals Are Listening.

A new study found that more California women are thinking about delivery options that would get them out of a sterile hospital room.

This Art In Hermosa Beach Shows You How Many Bottles And Cans You Use Each Year

This Art In Hermosa Beach Shows You How Many Bottles And Cans You Use Each Year

The average American uses 839 bottles, cans and cartons every year (and recycles only 32 percent of them). Here's what that looks like.

3 Homeless People Were Beaten With A Bat In DTLA Over The Weekend

3 Homeless People Were Beaten With A Bat In DTLA Over The Weekend

The three homeless victims are still in critical condition. Police have released surveillance video of the suspect.

Have You Ever Stepped Over Homeless People? What Science Tells Us About Our Capacity For Empathy

Have You Ever Stepped Over Homeless People? What Science Tells Us About Our Capacity For Empathy

When one elderly Santa Monica woman barely getting by on Social Security got some help from the city, she was excited she could give $10 to the homeless man across the street. Would you do the same?

3 Mice, 2 Chainsaws, 1 Rusty Mattress Spring: Those Are Just A Few Things Volunteers Found On LA's Beaches

3 Mice, 2 Chainsaws, 1 Rusty Mattress Spring: Those Are Just A Few Things Volunteers Found On LA's Beaches

They also found unused meds, wedding rings and urns amid the 35,000 pounds of trash they hauled away during Coastal Cleanup Day.

The Case For Preserving All Of The LA Times' Former HQ

The Case For Preserving All Of The LA Times' Former HQ

Five former L.A. Times buildings at the intersection of First and Spring streets might become monuments -- getting in the way of redevelopment.

Beyond A Drug And Gun Bust, Ouster Of Squatters From Hollywood Building Is A Snapshot On High Rents

Beyond A Drug And Gun Bust, Ouster Of Squatters From Hollywood Building Is A Snapshot On High Rents

The raid was conducted by a task force that was formed to target commercial and industrial spaces illegally converted to dwellings. It was inspired by the fatal 2016 Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland.

LA Metro Released More Rider Etiquette PSAs. They Are Still Bananas. Now With Danny Trejo

LA Metro Released More Rider Etiquette PSAs. They Are Still Bananas. Now With Danny Trejo

LA Metro may take rider etiquette seriously, but they've taken a decidedly funnier approach to educating the public about it.

Why LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner Wants To Talk About Teacher Quality Right Now

Why LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner Wants To Talk About Teacher Quality Right Now

Beutner's answer: focusing only on the issues at dispute in contract negotiations sidelines other worthy conversations.

LA's District 14 Council Seat Could Stay In The Huizar Family

LA's District 14 Council Seat Could Stay In The Huizar Family

Richelle Huizar announced she's running for the council seat currently occupied by her husband, José Huizar.

LA Surfers Are Covered In Germs And Scientists Are Stoked To Study Them

LA Surfers Are Covered In Germs And Scientists Are Stoked To Study Them

Watch out surfers. The scientists are coming for ya.

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To Arcadia: 'Chinese Beverly Hills'

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To Arcadia: 'Chinese Beverly Hills'

Bet on some horses and maybe you'll win enough money to buy a multi-million dollar mansion in "Chinese Beverly Hills."

27 Of The Best Things To Do In Southern California This Weekend

27 Of The Best Things To Do In Southern California This Weekend

A major Los Tigres del Norte concert. Muay Thai boxing and goats. A tortilla battle. A water lantern festival. Culture, eats and wackiness abound this weekend.

Cambodia Town Is Mapping Its Political Future In Long Beach

Cambodia Town Is Mapping Its Political Future In Long Beach

Vy Sron has only been in the U.S. for five years. the 70-year-old immigrant was taking a civic engagement class in Cambodia Town when she asked: 'How come we don't have a local representative?'

California Still Has The Nation's Highest Poverty Rate (Blame Housing Costs)

California Still Has The Nation's Highest Poverty Rate (Blame Housing Costs)

California's overall economy may be booming. But nearly one in five Californians are still living in poverty.

Could LAUSD Seriously Be Taken Over For Overspending?

Could LAUSD Seriously Be Taken Over For Overspending?

The 'window of opportunity is closing to address the district's fiscal challenges,' a county official recently warned.

Here's Why People In Los Feliz Lost Sleep Early Wednesday Morning (And Complained On Twitter)

Here's Why People In Los Feliz Lost Sleep Early Wednesday Morning (And Complained On Twitter)

L.A. Twitter is lively this morning, with #LosFeliz as its top trend, thanks to an early-morning visit from an LAPD helicopter.

Google Maps' Phantom Neighborhoods Are Confusing Southern Californians. Help Us Keep Track Of Them

Google Maps' Phantom Neighborhoods Are Confusing Southern Californians. Help Us Keep Track Of Them

We've been exploring Google's inexplicable and sometimes incorrect map labeling in Los Angeles. They are not hard to find.

Jerry Brown Is Getting Heckled At His Own Climate Conference

Jerry Brown Is Getting Heckled At His Own Climate Conference

Protesters want Jerry Brown to ban oil drilling in California. He says that's impractical.

Snapshot: LA's Plan To Cut Smog 25 Percent By The 2028 Olympics (It's Electrifying)

Snapshot: LA's Plan To Cut Smog 25 Percent By The 2028 Olympics (It's Electrifying)

City officials want to eliminate 25 percent of our smog before the world arrives for the 2028 Olympics.

LA County Moves Forward On Stabilizing Rents For 200,000 People

LA County Moves Forward On Stabilizing Rents For 200,000 People

If enacted, it would limit annual rent increases to 3 percent each year for residents who live outside the boundaries of one of the county's 88 cities.

Shots Fired Inside Kaiser Permanente Medical Center In Downey, Arrest Made

Shots Fired Inside Kaiser Permanente Medical Center In Downey, Arrest Made

One suspect was taken into custody Tuesday after reports of an active shooter at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Downey.

The Court Case That Forced OC To Stop Ignoring Its Homeless

The Court Case That Forced OC To Stop Ignoring Its Homeless

An encampment was cleared. A lawsuit was filed. Is OC now better equipped to help those experiencing homelessness?

What 9/11 Was Like In Los Angeles

What 9/11 Was Like In Los Angeles

The tragedy was felt in Los Angeles as it was around the world, and like other major cities across the country, L.A.'s emergency services had to swing into action.

Attn SoCal Edison Customers: Your Bill May Be About To Go Up To Prevent Wildfires

Attn SoCal Edison Customers: Your Bill May Be About To Go Up To Prevent Wildfires

The 'new normal' for California fire season has SoCal Edison officials looking at ways to harden the power grid in an effort to prevent as many fires as possible.

People Thought She Would End Up On The Streets Or Locked Up. She Proved Them Wrong.

People Thought She Would End Up On The Streets Or Locked Up. She Proved Them Wrong.

Smuggled from El Salvador as a child, Liliana "Patty" Flores survived abuse, foster care, gangs, drugs and lockup before deciding to turn her life around.

What To Expect When You See The Gynecologist For The First Time

What To Expect When You See The Gynecologist For The First Time

It's okay to feel a little nervous. It's actually totally normal.

How To Spot LA's Many, Many, Many Illegal Pot Shops

How To Spot LA's Many, Many, Many Illegal Pot Shops

The city attorney is cracking down on unlicensed pot businesses, which continue to undercut the city's fledgling licensed adult-use pot shops eight months into legalization.

The DMV Says Wait Times Are Shorter, So I Tested It Out. It Crushed My Soul

The DMV Says Wait Times Are Shorter, So I Tested It Out. It Crushed My Soul

The DMV claims it's reduced the average time you'll spend in line by a half hour. That wasn't exactly how it panned out for us.

Why Some LA Jewish Millennials Are Walking Off Their 'Birthright Israel' Trips

Why Some LA Jewish Millennials Are Walking Off Their 'Birthright Israel' Trips

Founded by an L.A. local, IfNotNow is a growing movement of young Jewish American progressives who want to end support for the Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands.

Just How Big Of A Deal Is The DMV Voter Registration Screw-Up?

Just How Big Of A Deal Is The DMV Voter Registration Screw-Up?

Secretary of State Alex Padilla said he was "extremely disappointed and deeply frustrated" by the department's mishandling of roughly 23,000 voter registrations.

Canada's Super Scoopers Are Back In LA. But As Fire Season Gets Worse, Why Don't We Buy Our Own?

Canada's Super Scoopers Are Back In LA. But As Fire Season Gets Worse, Why Don't We Buy Our Own?

L.A. County spends $8 million for two of them and their crews to stay here from September through November

This Map Tracks Where Emergency Homeless Shelters Have Been Proposed, Approved And Opened In LA

This Map Tracks Where Emergency Homeless Shelters Have Been Proposed, Approved And Opened In LA

As L.A. leaders navigate the selection of sites and community concerns, you may be wondering if there are any shelters being planned or built where you live or work. LAist is here to help.

LA's First Emergency Homeless Shelter Under Mayor's Bridge Housing Initiative Opens Sept. 10

LA's First Emergency Homeless Shelter Under Mayor's Bridge Housing Initiative Opens Sept. 10

The El Pueblo site, which cost about $2.4 million to build, consists of several subdivided trailers built into living facilities.

LA County Is Giving Away Bracelets To Help You Keep Tabs On Loved Ones With Dementia Or Autism

LA County Is Giving Away Bracelets To Help You Keep Tabs On Loved Ones With Dementia Or Autism

Caregivers know how scary it is to try to find someone who has wandered off in a county that covers 4,000 square miles.

LAPD Releases Another Highly Edited Video Of The Trader Joe's Shooting

LAPD Releases Another Highly Edited Video Of The Trader Joe's Shooting

The footage appears to back previous claims that the suspect opened fire on officers during a pursuit that started in South L.A. and ended in Silver Lake. But it sheds little light on the death of store manager Melyda Corado.

Here Are LA's New Rules For Scooter Companies Like Bird And Lime

Here Are LA's New Rules For Scooter Companies Like Bird And Lime

New regulations include a cap on the number of devices like scooters that companies like Bird and Lime could operate.

Thousands Of Angelenos Work While Homeless, And Many Don't Want Their Bosses To Know

Thousands Of Angelenos Work While Homeless, And Many Don't Want Their Bosses To Know

California doesn't define homelessness as a protected class in the workplace.

5 Things We Didn't Expect To Find At LA's Cannabis Convention

5 Things We Didn't Expect To Find At LA's Cannabis Convention

From CBD dog treats to hash-scented humidifiers, here are the latest ways marijuana can be monetized.

LAUSD Teachers Just Voted To Strike. It's Still Not Clear If -- Or When -- They'd Walk

LAUSD Teachers Just Voted To Strike. It's Still Not Clear If -- Or When -- They'd Walk

Weeks or months could still pass before UTLA leaders actually call for a walkout.

Could This Tax On Vacant Properties Help End Homelessness?

Could This Tax On Vacant Properties Help End Homelessness?

Oakland voters could approve the state's first tax on privately owned vacant properties in November.

After A Rash Of Valley Street Racing Deaths, Here's How The LAPD Is Cracking Down

After A Rash Of Valley Street Racing Deaths, Here's How The LAPD Is Cracking Down

The leader of the team recently talked with Take Two's A Martinez about what they do and the impact they're having in the Valley.

You May Not Have To Take The Laptop Out Of Your Bag At LAX For (Too) Much Longer

You May Not Have To Take The Laptop Out Of Your Bag At LAX For (Too) Much Longer

One-step ID checks and 3D scanning, currently being tested at LAX, could get you on your way faster.

Women Tell Us Their Labor Stories Just In Time For... Labor Day

Women Tell Us Their Labor Stories Just In Time For... Labor Day

We asked you for your stories, and, oh baby, did you deliver!

What Is LADYist?

What Is LADYist?

LADYist is here to fill the gaps in your sex education. It's sex ed for grown women.

Bird And Lime Scooters Are Staying In Santa Monica -- And 2 Other Companies Will Join Them

Bird And Lime Scooters Are Staying In Santa Monica -- And 2 Other Companies Will Join Them

Four e-scooter operators have been chosen to participate in the city's shared mobility pilot program, which is set to run for 16 months.

Dear LAist: How Do I Clean Up My Neighborhood?

Dear LAist: How Do I Clean Up My Neighborhood?

Garbage in your street? Here's how to join a cleanup for your neighborhood -- or start your own.

LA Man Arrested For Allegedly Threatening To Shoot Boston Globe Journalists

LA Man Arrested For Allegedly Threatening To Shoot Boston Globe Journalists

Robert Chain was unhappy that the newspaper coordinated editorials responding to President Trump's attacks on journalists.

Rent Strikes Are Back. Can They Save Poor Tenants From Homelessness?

Rent Strikes Are Back. Can They Save Poor Tenants From Homelessness?

Withholding the monthly rent check from the landlords is a risky move, but renters around SoCal are doing it more and more.

This Teen Separated At The Border Is Finally Reuniting With Her Parents -- After 3 Months Apart

This Teen Separated At The Border Is Finally Reuniting With Her Parents -- After 3 Months Apart

The Trump Administration is under a court order to reunite the migrant families separated under its zero tolerance border policies. Yet even a month after the deadline, children remain in federal shelters. One teen's story reflects in part why it's taking so long.

How Cheaper Metro Passes And Scooters (Yes, Really) Can Help Prevent Homelessness

How Cheaper Metro Passes And Scooters (Yes, Really) Can Help Prevent Homelessness

Discounted transit fares and subsidies for new shared mobility tech, like scooters and ride-share, could help low-income people stay on their feet.

An Improved Stretch Of Figueroa Street Is Officially Open In Downtown LA

An Improved Stretch Of Figueroa Street Is Officially Open In Downtown LA

After $20 million and 10 years, the project to remake a stretch of Figueroa (from downtown L.A. to Exposition Park) is finally a go.

USC Gynecologist Accused Of Abuse Loses License To Practice

USC Gynecologist Accused Of Abuse Loses License To Practice

The California Medical Board has stripped former University of Southern California gynecologist George Tyndall of his ability to practice medicine in the state.

Why LAUSD's 30,000 Teachers Might Go On Strike

Why LAUSD's 30,000 Teachers Might Go On Strike

Breaking down the broken-down contract talks.

Obama Boulevard Is Coming To South LA

Obama Boulevard Is Coming To South LA

The soon-to-be former Rodeo Road, which runs east-west in the Baldwin Hills-Leimert Park area, will be named after POTUS No. 44.

The Government Is Barred From Taping Attorneys' Talks With Inmates. So Why Is It Happening In SoCal?

The Government Is Barred From Taping Attorneys' Talks With Inmates. So Why Is It Happening In SoCal?

A recent attorney-client recording operation involving an L.A. County prosecutor has prompted alarm about the scope of similar methods across the county.

9,000 Angelenos Live In Their Vehicles. This Lawsuit Challenges Cities' Authority To Impound Their Homes

9,000 Angelenos Live In Their Vehicles. This Lawsuit Challenges Cities' Authority To Impound Their Homes

For thousands of homeless people living in their cars across California, impoundment can be the tipping point into joblessness and a life on the streets.

You Might Be Missing Out On Important Emergency Alerts About Where You Live

You Might Be Missing Out On Important Emergency Alerts About Where You Live

L.A.'s fire, police and emergency management departments all have their own way of notifying us in a disaster. That is, if you've signed up for alerts.

Venice Is The Latest Homeless Shelter Battleground As LA Leaders Press On With Housing Plan

Venice Is The Latest Homeless Shelter Battleground As LA Leaders Press On With Housing Plan

A neighborhood meeting to explain Mayor Garcetti's Bridge Housing plan descended into shouting and a "lock her up!" chant.

A Message For Black Moms: Keep Calm And Carry On Breastfeeding

A Message For Black Moms: Keep Calm And Carry On Breastfeeding

Black moms are much less likely to breastfeed compared to women of other races and ethnicities. That's why maternal health advocates devote the last week of August to bringing awareness of the benefits for infants and moms.

How To Keep People Off The Streets? Help Them Before They Get Evicted

How To Keep People Off The Streets? Help Them Before They Get Evicted

More than 50,000 households get eviction notices every year in Los Angeles County alone.

Santa Monica Is Offering Cash To Seniors Struggling To Pay Their Rent

Santa Monica Is Offering Cash To Seniors Struggling To Pay Their Rent

As senior homelessness spikes in some parts of the state amid a shortage of affordable housing, Santa Monica is trying out rental subsidies to help keep its seniors off the streets.

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