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How that Harper’s Letter Came to Be

An open letter condemning liberal intolerance broke Twitter on Tuesday
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Peter Meehan to Resign as Los Angeles Times Food Editor

Critics say Meehan mistreated staff and failed to truly understand L.A.'s diverse food culture
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Defamation Suit Against the ‘Shitty Media Men’ List Creator Can Move Forward, Judge Rules

The judge ruled that author Stephen Elliott is not a public figure, lowering the standards for what constitutes libel
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Real Estate and Urbanism Publication Curbed L.A. Is Closing

Some content will continue to be produced as part of a national site
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Black L.A. Times Journalists Are Calling on Management to Address Newsroom Inequities

A letter to Times leaders asks for investment in hiring and retaining diverse staff–and rethinking the paper's coverage
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Byron Allen’s David and Goliath Battle with Comcast Made Him a Crusader for Black Entrepreneurs

After a years-long legal fight against alleged racial bias, the media mogul has struck a deal with the cable giant
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Fox News Can’t Stop Running Faked Images of Seattle’s Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone

The network's website and hosts have been using doctored photos and mislabeled footage to get conservative viewers fired up about CHAZ
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Is Anna Wintour Going Out of ‘Vogue’?

Rumors about the flinty editor's departure are swirling, but Condé Nast denies that the longtime fashion fixture is on her way out
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Fox News Chairman Tells Staff to ‘Understand that Black Lives Matter’

Based on recent coverage, it's unclear whether the network’s talking heads are receptive to Lachlan Murdoch’s message
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A Local Animal Rights Activist Is Being Accused of Staging Videos of Dog Torture

Marc Ching became a Hollywood darling for saving dogs from the Asian meat trade, but a probe casts a harsh light on his nonprofit