Host Madeleine Brand looks at news, culture and emerging trends through the lens of Los Angeles.
LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl talks about this COVID-19 surge, balancing the health crisis with the economic crisis, possible fines for not wearing masks, and mixed messaging…
John C. Fremont was instrumental in California becoming a state. He was one of the first two senators. He was the first Republican candidate for president in 1856.
Critics review “Hamilton,” a stage recording of Lin Manuel Miranda’s hit Broadway musical, available on Disney+; “Metamorphosis,” a Korean horror film; “The Truth,” about an actress…
Warmer temperatures mean ice cream season. Good Food host Evan Kleiman recommends LA spots with the best pints.
Ahead of the Fourth of July weekend, Governor Gavin Newsom ordered that dining rooms in 19 counties must close again. The closures will last at least three weeks.
The LAUSD board voted on Tuesday night to cut $25 million from the school police budget. That’s a 35% decrease to a department that employs more than 450 officers.
About 2600 California inmates have tested positive for coronavirus. About 1000 are at one facility: San Quentin in Marin County. San Quentin was coronavirus-free for months.
Eric Andre is known for absurd, physical, and gross comedy. The fifth season of “The Eric Andre Show” is expected later this year.
In the U.S., businesses can ask their employees to download software that records which websites they’re on, takes screenshots of their computer, and tracks their cell phones.
Filmmaker Dawn Porter chronicles Lewis’s life of activism in her new documentary called “John Lewis: Good Trouble.”
Heading into July, coronavirus is spreading in California, rent is due in one day, and extra unemployment benefits will run out soon. At least 40 million Americans are out of work.
California reported more than 7,000 new COVID-19 cases on Monday — the largest daily jump so far. Other parts of the U.S.
The Associated Press reports the White House knew more than a year ago that Russia offered bounties to Taliban-linked forces to kill coalition troops in Afghanistan.
As COVID-19 cases increase, hospitals are considering postponing elective procedures. That means another financial shock for doctors not involved in emergency care.
During the coronavirus pandemic, people seem to be doing more puzzles, including jigsaws, crosswords, and the New York Times’ Spelling Bee.
The Supreme Court struck down a controversial Louisiana abortion law that could have forced all but one of the state’s clinics to close.
Music critic Craig Jenkins explains why tracks by Lil Baby and Meek Mill effectively capture today’s protests against police violence.
How unequal is Los Angeles? There’s a new city office with a mandate to find out.
Ten days ago, bars reopened in LA County after being closed for months due to the coronavirus. Nine days ago, half a million people went out for a drink.