by Helen Zhao
Jasmine Richards finally let herself cry on a trip to Ferguson, Missouri in the aftermath of Michael Brown’s shooting in August 2014.Read full story...
by Diana Lee
South L.A. had the second highest number of homeless youth in a single-day count conducted in 2015.Read full story...
by Joy Hahn
Sex education is not standardized in classrooms across the United States, but research shows that whether it’s taught effectively, if at all, can have a strong impact on young people’s health and drastically change their lives.Read full story...
by Kevin Walker
Homelessness in Los Angeles County is up 12 percent since 2013, with a total homeless population between 40,000 and 45,000.Read full story...
by Whitney Ashton
The Los Angeles City Council delayed a vote Wednesday on a five-year, $31 million contract between the LAPD and Taser International Inc., for body cameras and stun guns.Read full story...
by Ryan David McRee
Senior Arts and Culture Editor
An analysis of what it means to be a political arts advocate and a look at our current candidates.Read full story...
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Officers and mourners gathered in downtown Los Angeles for the funeral of slain Downey police officer Ricardo Galvez.
USC College Republicans get attention for their opinionated choices in guest speakers. Radio personality Ben Shapiro was no excpetion during the group's meeting Wednesday.
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The U.S.'s culture of worker exhaustion is unsustainable.
Why Asian-Americans have difficulty identifying with other people of color in the struggle against racism
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Treating HIV-positive people like a disease runs contrary to decades of science and can no longer be tolerated.
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Revisiting some of the best sounds of the year.
This free sneak-peek event includes a live performance by Bebe Rexha.
“Sorry” if you missed these worthwhile tracks.
The USC Women of Troy continue their undefeated streak against UCLA.
The Women of Troy started off Pac-12 Conference play on a positive note by beating the Beavers.
Men's Water Polo begins their MPSF season by ousting Long Beach State.
As one would expect from one of the most influential writers of the 20th century, Nabokov uses poetic language to profess his love.
The temporary exhibit at LACMA reconnects Angelenos with a scarce natural phenomenon.
Curious about yoga? There's more to it than you think, and now you can try it out too.