LAPD Botched Its Response to Last Summer’s Protests, Official Report Concludes

“It is unfortunate that the same issues have arisen again and again,” the report reads
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Why Did an Alleged Chinese Spy Try to Infiltrate California Politics?

Counterintelligence officials allege Christine Fang was working undercover to build connections with local politicians
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Eric Garcetti Said He Wouldn’t Get Vaccinated Before His Age Group Came Up–Until He Did

In December statement, the mayor said would not be “jumping any queue,” but a month later he’s taking heat for accepting a dose

How L.A.’s Brentwood School Became a Battleground in the Culture Wars

A shift to a progressive curriculum has parents, faculty, and students at the elite private school locked in a furious ideological struggle that's tearing the campus apart
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Britney Spears Will Speak for Herself at Conservatorship Court Hearing

The 39-year-old pop star has rarely personally addressed her conservatorship status

States That Took COVID Seriously Did Better Economically Than States That Didn’t

California outperformed states like Florida and Texas in terms of health outcomes too
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California’s COVID-19 Exposure Notification App Is Now Live

Opting-in could give you a heads up that you've been exposed

L.A.’s Arms Race of the Affluent

From Beverly Hills to Santa Monica, the crime-panicked wealthy are banishing bling and buying guns
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The Academy Museum Delays Its Opening Again, This Time to Fall of 2021

Museum director Bill Kramer promises a "remarkable experience" come September