Attorney General William Barr released the highly anticipated Mueller report this morning. As people all over the country and the world pour through all 448 pages, a few things are now clearer.
Attorney General Barr moves to deny bond hearings for some asylum seekers
Attorney General William Barr has unilaterally moved to keep some asylum seekers in jail indefinitely while their claims are processed.
Composer Ellen Reid on her Pulitzer Prize winning work ‘P r i s m’
Several Angelenos can now add Pulitzer Prize winner to their bios. Composer Ellen Reid won in the prize for for her debut opera, ‘p r i s m.’ ‘Pr i s m’ is about a woman’s psychological trauma of sexual assault.
Can a short-term fix help long-term homelessness?
Los Angeles County leans on a temporary rental voucher program that critics call a short-term fix.
A Yosemite glacier is dead, what that means for the planet's future
John Muir, who’s known as the father of National Parks, was a key player in the efforts to preserve what is now Yosemite. He first gained fame for proving that massive glaciers carved the park’s iconic valley and the area around it. Muir did that by finding and documenting those glaciers in the late 1800s; since then, those glaciers have taught us a lot about the Earth. But now, one of those glaciers is dead.