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The Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings and “Fear” inside the White House.

Questions about Kavanaugh

The Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings and “Fear” inside the White House.

from Left, Right & Center

President Trump and Steve Bannon exchange fire and furies over controversial White House tell-all book.

Fire and fury, and the White House

President Trump and Steve Bannon exchange fire and furies over controversial White House tell-all book.

from Left, Right & Center

Listen: why LA’s Freeways were built KCRW listener Hunter Owens asked “How did the freeways get laid downtown? How did we as a city go about deciding where to place…

4 freeways that did not get built in LA (and why)

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We visit a job fair in South LA set up for transgender people who often face unemployment and workplace discrimination and harassment.

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