Nigel Duara

justice reporter, CalMatters

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Since July, a new law has required the California Justice Department to investigate incidents where police fatally shoot someone. But in some cases, that’s not happening.

CA Justice Department hasn’t probed, or even logged, all police shootings of possibly unarmed people

Since July, a new law has required the California Justice Department to investigate incidents where police fatally shoot someone. But in some cases, that’s not happening.

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Undocumented families, aging homes, high unemployment: The root causes for a cluster of evictions in this Southern California blue-collar port city.

A quiet crisis: Tenants fall through the safety net into an eviction cluster in Long Beach

Undocumented families, aging homes, high unemployment: The root causes for a cluster of evictions in this Southern California blue-collar port city.

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