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The Scholastic Aptitude Test administered by the College Board has no shortage of critics.
Mar. 6, 2014
from To the Point
One year ago this week, George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis at the hands of former police officer Derek Chauvin. The killing set off the largest civil rights movement the U.S.
from Greater LA
All of California is officially facing drought conditions, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor . And much of the state is in extreme or severe drought after the dry winter.
from Zócalo's Connecting California
Legalizing the sale of cannabis in California has turned out to be a fruitful endeavor for the state thanks to taxes.
from KCRW Features
Vice President Kamala Harris visited Central America this week. She told would-be migrants in Guatemala “do not come” (to the U.S.), which drew criticism from progressive democrats.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Echo Park Lake reopened to the public this week after two months of being closed for repairs, with some obvious changes.
Josh Barro talks with panelists Rachel Bovard, Elizabeth Bruenig
from Left, Right & Center
The former Congress member talks to Robert Scheer about his life and the dramatic events surrounding his political rise, as told in his new book “The Division of Light and Power.”
from Scheer Intelligence
After 15 months of the pandemic, the Golden State is no longer requiring capacity limits, masks, or social distancing in most places.
from Greater LA
Josh Barro and Ken White talk about the grand jury empaneled to consider indictments for or related to former President Trump, and more.
from All the Presidents' Lawyers