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A Top Garcetti Advisor Is On Leave Amid Multiple Sexual Misconduct Accusations

Rick Jacobs has stepped away from his duties at two of Garcetti's nonprofits after several men came forward with reports of unwanted kissing and touching

Nury Martinez Has Introduced a Motion That Could Cut $150 Million from the LAPD

Moving city funds away from policing and into community programs has been a rallying cry of this week's protests
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L.A. Councilmembers Are Being Blasted for LAPD Hypocrisy

City Hall politicians are being called out by both sides of the aisle for paying lip service to defund protesters after accepting police union cash

LAPD Officers Are About to Get a Raise—but How Much Do They Make to Begin With?

As L.A. declares a fiscal emergency and moves to furlough thousands of city workers, a look at the police department's big salary budget

What We Know So Far About the LAPD’s Dramatic Cost-Cutting Measures

Facing a $150 million budget cut, the department is preparing to decrease its ranks and disband units that handle things like sex crimes and animal cruelty
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Bribes, Bags of Money, and Karaoke—the City Hall Corruption Probe Keeps Getting Wilder

The ongoing federal probe into City Hall corruption takes another jaw-dropping turn
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In a Dramatic Reversal, the L.A. City Budget Will Contain No New Funds for Police

Activists can claim it as one victory from this week’s protests
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Inside a Judge’s Controversial Crusade to Solve Homelessness in L.A.

As he presides over a lawsuit against the city and county over conditions in homeless encampments, 76-year-old Judge David O. Carter finds himself at the crux of one of the most pressing issues in the region
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The Fall of Councilman Jose Huizar Isn’t Only Astounding. It’s Disappointing

A journalist who’s covered the District 14 councilman’s political career since the beginning laments a political mess
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Can Jose Huizar’s Elected Successor Convince His Constituents to Trust City Hall?

In a candid interview, incoming District 14 councilman Kevin de León talks about the challenges and opportunities ahead