David Sirota

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With just two Democrats still contesting the presidential nomination,  Hillary Clinton  and  Bernie Sanders  went one-on-one last night in New Hampshire.

Clinton and Sanders Square Off before New Hampshire

With just two Democrats still contesting the presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders went one-on-one last night in New Hampshire.

from To the Point

In a State of the Union speech every President speaks over the heads of the Joint Session of Congress to the American people.

The State of the Union Speech: The Rhetoric and the Reality

In a State of the Union speech every President speaks over the heads of the Joint Session of Congress to the American people.

from To the Point

In 1929, American newspapers carried sensational pictures of crumpled, dead bodies, victims of Al Capone's St. Valentine's Day Massacre.

Aurora, Mass Shootings and America's Gun Laws

In 1929, American newspapers carried sensational pictures of crumpled, dead bodies, victims of Al Capone's St. Valentine's Day Massacre.

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Josh Barro and Ken White return to this post-election world. What’s President Trump suing over now?

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Los Angeles erupted when news broke that the presidential race had been called for Joe Biden. Fireworks went off in Echo Park.

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California took new steps toward criminal justice reform this week when voters statewide and in cities from Los Angeles to San Francisco approved measures to address racial and…

from Zócalo's Connecting California

LA County said this morning that it has counted more than 3.3 million ballots, with about 618,000 to go.

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California is home to the first woman vice president-elect, Kamala Harris, and first female House speaker, Nancy Pelosi. So why does it lag on women holding power in the statehouse?

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Sun, sand, and surf are all synonymous with Southern California’s famous beaches.

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In this special one-hour broadcast the day after the election, Greater goes to Sherman Oaks to hear from voters on the streets.

from Greater LA

Over the last three decades, Californians have swung from “tough on crime” conservatism to a more lenient, less punitive approach to criminal justice.

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Nithya Raman is the new City Council member representing LA’s District 4, which covers Griffith Park, Silver Lake, the Hollywood Hills and part of Koreatown.

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