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California’s employment development department has had ongoing issues throughout the pandemic, from issues of fraud to the growing backlog of calls.
A new poll conducted in late March by the Associated Press and NORC Center for Public Affairs Research noted that 88% of the public would like to live their twilight years in their home as opposed to a long-term care facility.
President Joe Biden spent only a weekend as the “Hamburglar” in the conservative media world. But while the false story lasted, it moved with a damaging speed and breadth, another example of a closed ecosystem of information affecting public opinion.
U.S. health regulators pledged again Thursday to try to ban menthol cigarettes, this time under pressure from African American groups to remove the mint flavor popular among Black smokers.
In an interview, Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg had noted that “there is racism physically built into some of our highways,” a sentiment that may seem odd at first glance but is rooted in facts that can be found in highways and other infrastructure across the country.
At a nursing home in Glendale, a certified nursing assistant was charged with raping a mentally ill patient in her room. After the incident, according to investigators, the victim said she felt "scared, sad, wanted to kill herself."
A long-running plan to build a community of 19,000 homes on vast Tejon Ranch north of Los Angeles has been halted by a judge who cited high wildfire risk.
The Supreme Court appeared ready Monday to side with two California agriculture businesses that want to bar labor organizers from their property, a case that could be another blow to unions.
One Shining Moment: How The Sports Memorabilia Industry Has Grown With The Rise Of NBA Top Shot And Trading Cards
It was in the late 19th century that sports trading cards became a thing, being these neat paper collectibles you got with a pack of gum or tobacco.
The Peace Corps Celebrates 60 Years Of Service: We Take A Look Back At The Organization And Its History
It was 1960 when then-senator John F. Kennedy was on the campaign trail speaking to students from the University of Michigan, challenging them to travel abroad and assist other countries overseas. This establishing moment was what sparked Kennedy to eventually create the Peace Corps in 1961 when he became president.
Los Angeles County recently released a long-awaited draft of its LA River Master Plan, which includes the implementation of an open parkland and improved flood protection.
Misinterpreting someone’s tone online has been an issue that has plagued folks for decades.
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, guest host Austin Cross speaks with Dr. Kimberly Shriner, infectious disease specialist at Huntington Hospital in Pasadena.
This year has not been a positive one for most folks in Southern California. With a pandemic having taken over the lives of everyone it seems as though there were no positives, but taking a really hard look back at things does show some bright spots.
Potential For More California Representation In The White House, Which Local Politicians Are In The Running For President-Elect Joe Biden’s Cabinet?
Following his presidential election win on Saturday, president-elect Joe Biden has a lot of work to do prior to his return to the White House.