The LAPD and officer-involved shootings, A Nation Engaged: Mixed America, inside Adelanto
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How mixed heritage shapes American identity, the L.A. police commission's raft of reforms designed to reduce police shootings, our series inside a private immigrant detention center continues.
President of the L.A. Police Commission, Matt Johnson talks increasing transparency and reducing police shootings with a raft of new reforms.
A new health care provider brought in by the private operator of the Adelanto immigrant detention facility after two detainees died last year has been met with mixed reviews.
Sports roundup: Kaepernick takes starting spot amid protests, Dodgers face must-win, Tiger (kind of) returns
Brian and Andy Kamenetsky talk Colin Kaepernick, Tiger Woods and the Dodgers
The Battlefields to Ballfields program aims to help veterans officiate sports in order to give them what many have missed while on duty: a team and a purpose.
Clinton's tax plan unveiled Tuesday shines new light on the child tax credit, lowering the earning threshold for eligibility.
"Now there's a shift...where checking 'I am other' is actually empowering." A Nation Engaged looks at what it means to be American through the mixed heritage lens.
Congestion improvements will mostly be felt in areas where Metro's Measure M projects will be built, once completed
After years of anticipation, Joe Dante is finally going to have his script, about the time that Roger Corman took LSD, read on stage.
"I truly hope this shows that anyone and everyone can wear makeup and can do anything if you work hard"
A bright red sweater walked away a winner at the second presidential debate. But why?