Maria L. La Ganga

Los Angeles Times

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President Trump appointed Republican donor Louis DeJoy as the new postmaster general a few months ago, and since then, changes at the postal service have ramped up.

How long does it take USPS to deliver mail? An experiment with 100 letters

President Trump appointed Republican donor Louis DeJoy as the new postmaster general a few months ago, and since then, changes at the postal service have ramped up.

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It’s another hot, dry year in the Western United States. At least 36 massive wildfires are raging in Oregon, Utah, Idaho, California, Nevada, Arizona and Colorado.

An Existential Challenge for Smokey the Bear

It’s another hot, dry year in the Western United States. At least 36 massive wildfires are raging in Oregon, Utah, Idaho, California, Nevada, Arizona and Colorado.

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For nearly a generation, San Francisco has been escorting undocumented juvenile convicts back to their home countries or taking them to San Bernardino County.

The Curious Case of San Francisco’s Sanctuary Law

For nearly a generation, San Francisco has been escorting undocumented juvenile convicts back to their home countries or taking them to San Bernardino County.

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