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Residents in southern LA County face increased asthma and cancer risk. One state legislator is trying to bring them relief by closing air pollution loopholes.
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Op-ed: No need to like the GOP to love the Reagan LibraryCalifornia
Commentator Joe Mathews says the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley is the best of its kind in the country, even if that has little to do with the 40th president…
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Families of terrorist attack victims sued Twitter and Google for allowing ISIS to use their platforms. But the Supreme Court sided with tech companies.
What to make with loquats, how Tina Turner reinvented herselfNews
Loquat trees seem to be everywhere in SoCal this season. Eat the egg-shaped, apricot-colored fruits fresh off trees, or use them to make jams, syrups, chutney, and more.
The China Dragon Roars Back Whether the US Likes It or NotInternational
The Western world, in the midst of being primed for a war with China, often has a limited understanding of who this supposed enemy is.