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A troubling trend is happening in California: traffic tickets are funding the court system.
Apr. 10, 2015
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
This week, author and journalist Mark Arax chronicles the journey water takes in California, from the mountainous peaks and snow melts of the north, through the nut and fruit farms of…
from Good Food
Greater LA spoke with more than 10 Olympians from Southern California about those challenges, their journey, and passion for their sports. Here are highlights from their interviews.
from Greater LA
The Long Beach Convention Center served as an emergency shelter for migrant children, and now it’s empty as all 1,538 kids are reunited with their families.
from KCRW Features
El Segundo has roughly 16,000 residents, and nearly three-fourths of them are white, according to the 2019 Census .
from Greater LA
Ken and Josh discuss the Avenatti trial(s), the DOJ’s decision on Mo Brooks, and how you get really, really wealthy people to show up for court.
from All the Presidents' Lawyers
Manufacturing jobs in California have migrated overseas in a race to the bottom on wages and regulations. It’s been happening for years.
Journalist Richard Silverstein has been sounding the alarm bells about the private surveillance spyware sold by Israel’s NSO for years.
from Scheer Intelligence
Vacationers in a tropical resort age mysteriously in "Old," an inexplicably silly horror/slasher/sci-fi feature by M. Night Shyamalan.
from Film Reviews
Government insurance is provided to people for medically necessary care. But, when care is not necessary should it still be provided as a benefit?
from Second Opinion