FROM Wendy Selig
Sunscreen Envy If you’re planning a trip this summer to Europe, Asia, Central or South America, one thing you probably shouldn’t pack is sunscreen. Not because those places don’t have sun. But, according to a coalition of public advocacy groups and dermatologists, they all have better sunscreen than you can buy here in the U.S. The PASS Coalition says new, more effective sunscreen ingredients have been held up for years awaiting approval by the FDA.
Watergate Offices, Trump Hotel; 'The Price of Illusion' Joan Juliet Buck was fired from the helm of French Vogue and later wrote an ill-timed profile of a tyrant's wife. Now she examines her life in The Price of Illusion. And architecture meets politics in the Watergate complex and Trump's hotel in DC's Old Post Office Building.
LA County social workers on trial, and reforms to juvenile justice Four former LA County social workers will go to trial on child abuse and other charges in the death of an 8-year-old boy. Also, two California state senators introduced new legislation that would end incarceration for kids under 12 and ban life sentences without parole for those under 18.