James Queally

LA Times

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Covers crime and policing for the LA Times.

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California officials are releasing some inmates in an attempt to reduce COVID-19 contagion behind bars. These former inmates are finding the outside world to be a strange new place.

Newly released inmates face challenges around housing, support, employment

California officials are releasing some inmates in an attempt to reduce COVID-19 contagion behind bars. These former inmates are finding the outside world to be a strange new place.

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Harvey Weinstein was found guilty on two out of the five charges against him.

What does Harvey Weinstein’s verdict mean for #MeToo?

Harvey Weinstein was found guilty on two out of the five charges against him.

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Los Angeles police have arrested two men on suspicion of attempted murder.

2 men arrested after allegedly setting fire to a homeless encampment

Los Angeles police have arrested two men on suspicion of attempted murder.

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