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Remaining Holocaust survivors speak out about their experiences in Auschwitz.
Can Black Lives Matter start a national movement?
The Sheriff's Department spent $20 million on excessive force cases last year. Where did the money go?
Los Angeles Aids Healthcare Foundation recently launched an ad campaign against the drug.
There are better ways to push for diversity in the Oscars and Hollywood than retweeting a collage of white nominees.
American media's portrayal of Charlie Hebdo is predictably oversimplified.
Gay rights will always be intertwined with the fight for racial equality
Scrolling through Facebook one afternoon, I came across a high school acquaintance’s status which read as follows:
“Unless you are willing and ready to have and love a gay child, a transgender child, or a disabled child, then please don’t have a child at all.”
Achieve celebrity perfection without the obscene price tag.
See which older shows have the best TV boyfriends.
Add a little flower power to your wardrobe.
And why do they find it so difficult?
How will a win or loss in Super Bowl XLIX affect each team's legacy?
Poor free-throw shooting riddled USC as they fell to Stanford Sunday night.
With a new champion crowned, is the SEC still the best conference in football?
"Billy Elliot" will really make you wish you had taken ballet lessons.
2014 was a tough year for diversity, but what is the L.A. theater community doing to help?
A show about numbers, this play is far more than just academic.