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The governor and legislature are slashing the budget of the third branch of state government, leading to justice delayed, which means justice denied.
Mar. 12, 2012from Which Way, L.A.?
The LAPD is planning to expand its volunteer police force to 5,000 across the city. But some residents worry that vigilantism could take a wrong turn. We go for a ride-along.
Sep. 3from Greater LA
Nearly 200 years ago, the Cherokee Nation signed a treaty with the United States. The result? They were forcibly removed from the Southeastern part of the U.S. to Oklahoma.
Sep. 6from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
... there's a lot to discuss after last night's Democratic presidential debate.
Sep. 13from Left, Right & Center
Lots of people lie to federal investigators. Very few are indicted for it.
Aug. 27from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
Former FBI agent Asha Rangappa is our special guest!
Sep. 4from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
A state bill called AB 5 would require businesses that rely on independent contractors to reclassify them as employees and offer benefits such as health insurance and sick pay. There’s…
Sep. 11from KCRW Features
When LA Times business columnist David Lazarus turned to antidepressants, he had been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes and struggled with sleep. The pills helped.
Sep. 10from Greater LA
It doesn’t matter if you don’t stand at the center of the world, as long as you can convince people that you do.
Sep. 5from Zócalo's Connecting California
Critics say that the ordinance infringes on civil rights. Councilwoman Rodriguez says it's necessary for everyone's safety.
Aug. 30from KCRW Features