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How serious is the threat of artificial intelligence replacing Hollywood writers? It’s a point of contention in the current Writers Guild strike.
Prop HHH is now on track to exceed its housing goalsHousing & Development
Prop HHH, the LA voter-approved $1.2 billion homeless housing bond measure, has been slow and costly. But six years in, thousands of units are finally opening.
Gen Z chooses snacks over meals, lawmakers hear testimony on AINews
Millennials and Generation Z are eating more snacks daily compared to other generations. They want convenient fuel without the effort of cooking.
Some VA benefits get in the way as veterans try to secure housingHomelessness
Some disabled veterans are shut out of supportive housing due to VA disability income. It’s a catch-22 that reflects larger challenges in filling subsidized units.
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.
Dodgers’ fiasco over Pride Night, Norway’s EV lessons for CaliforniaNews
The Dodgers reinvited the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to their Pride Night celebration, after disinviting them over conservative backlash.
‘Succession’ writer on finale, Rufus Wainwright on folk music traditionNews
Georgia Pritchett says the joy of writing “Succession” is seeing the characters develop, often in disturbing ways. She breaks down the series finale.
Slow state payments push child cares to the brinkChild development
Last year, the state approved hundreds of millions of federal dollars to help child care providers through the pandemic. Eight months later, most payments haven't arrived.
‘Ghost students’ try scamming colleges, violence erupts over Pride monthNews
In California, an estimated 1 in 5 community college applications are scams, amounting to hundreds of thousands of "ghost students” who are trying to steal financial aid.