Mental Illness: The Challenge Of The Revolving Door

James Puntar, an IRN member, now lives in San Pedro

Ninety percent of the mentally ill inmates in the Twin Towers jail have repeated arrests.



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An Overseas Chinese Student's New American Dream

Chinese students in American University has grow by 220% in the past ten years, and the new generation has different understanding about “American Dreams."



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USC Students Rally Against Sex Trafficking

Sex trafficking in Los Angeles has become worse despite the passage of Prop 35.



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Rising Oil Prices Sting West Coast Drivers

Fuel prices continue to rise, pain at the pump for California drivers.



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When The State Has No Money, An Expensive Facility For Senior Veterans Sits Half Empty

TheVeterans Home of California

The Veterans Home of California, nicknamed the State Home, it is a nursing home sitting on the Westwood campus of the Department of Veterans Affairs. 



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Westwood Voter Calls For New Female Face In City Council

Chip Robinson is a Phd candidate from UCLA

Two voters want more women in L.A. City Hall.



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How Southeast Asia's Media Viewed Obama’s Visit

President Obama and Prime Minister Yingluck In a Press Conference

A look into Bangkok and more.



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Protests In China Will Not Dictate Leader's Actions

Protesters didn't expect the government to back off as soon as they have in protests.



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In China, A Farmer's New House Is Not A Happy Home

The farmland in Hunan Province

Developments in China may have some benefits, but are forcing some off their land.



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Congress: Too Risky To Let Huawei And ZTE Grow

Huawei Annual Meeting

National secrutiy concerns again prompt a block on a Chinese company.



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U.S. Understands Little About Rival China

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In the presidential election, “standing up against China” has become a key issue.



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