Louise Matsakis

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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is suing Facebook. He wants them to turn over emails, documents, etc.

California sues Facebook for key info in privacy investigation

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is suing Facebook. He wants them to turn over emails, documents, etc.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday announced that Facebook’s new service will simply be called “dating,” and won’t require downloading or signing up.

Will anyone use Facebook's dating app?

Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday announced that Facebook’s new service will simply be called “dating,” and won’t require downloading or signing up.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

From Riverside County, to South Whittier, Castaic, to most recently, today – Harvard Westlake. There’s been a rash of shooting threats this week by students at local schools.

Good guys with guns a bad idea?

From Riverside County, to South Whittier, Castaic, to most recently, today – Harvard Westlake. There’s been a rash of shooting threats this week by students at local schools.

from The Mixer

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Marine Mammal Care Center LA has survived struggles and the pandemic as it cares for injured sea life. Now the center has reopened to the public.

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Columnist Joe Mathews channels Plato and Jonathan Swift as he proposes universal orphanhood to be a straight path to societal equity in California.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

A new nature preserve in the Tehachapi Mountains and Southern Sierra Nevada aims to become a sanctuary for California’s iconic species to adjust to climate change.

from KCRW Features

LAUSD requires students and staff to submit a COVID test before returning to school on Tuesday. More than 60,000 have tested positive, and that has parents worried.

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Arts journalist Carolina Miranda asks in her essay remembering California native Joan Didion.

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The supply chain backlog increased toxic emissions at the ports in 2021. There’s a plan to clean things up, but residents worry it’s not moving fast enough.

from Greater LA