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The Pharma Companies and Execs Who Fueled the Opioid Crisis Should Face the Same Fate as El Chapo

Addiction recovery advocate Ryan Hampton argues for taking a hard line with America's other kingpins
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What I Saw at the Revolution: A First-Person Account of the L.A. Protests

A native Angeleno's misadventures on the front lines of a movement that was generations in the making
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People Opposed to the New LACMA Plan Never Stood a Chance

A critic's take on the County Board of Supervisors' unanimous approval of a controversial museum redesign

The Day Cancel Culture Was Canceled

A journalist's tweet on the day Kobe died—and the fallout that followed—signaled that the era of blanket cancelation is over
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In Praise of Adam Driver Face, the Face We Need Right Now

ADF is everywhere you look—and that's a good thing
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Trump’s Refusal to Release His Taxes Makes Him Seem Shadier than Nixon

While the president continues his campaign of obfuscation, many Dems are doing the right thing
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Opinion: Why the Wealthy Should Want a Bernie Presidency

Producer Gavin Polone is rich. Here’s why he’s feeling the Bern
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California Congressman Eric Swalwell Is Running for President—but Why?

The 18th Democrat to announce a bid for the White House has some explaining to do
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Gavin Newsom Defied Voters and Flip-Flopped On a Campaign Pledge—and It Was the Right Thing to Do

California's governor made a big choice about the death penalty