Labor Leader Maria Elena Durazo Steps Down to Move Up

Durazo is leaving her position as head of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor for a national post with UNITE HERE

Must Do: Book Face Time with the Mayor

Eric Garcetti offers one-on-one office hours with constituents during the week to discuss L.A. politics and problems—maybe even potholes

Is Your Ballot Selfie Legal?

This is the state of California. What do you think?

CitySpeak: Governor’s Gifts

How Governor Jerry Brown's pile of freebies stacks up (hint: It doesn't) to what Arnold Schwarzenegger received while in office

Federal Immigration Officials Arrested 100 People, and Angelenos Aren’t Having It

Protesters rallied downtown following federal arrests at homes and businesses

It’s Official: L.A. Is the U.S. Contender to Host the Summer Olympics in 2024

Let the games to bring the Games to the United States begin again!

The Idea Drop: Treating the City of L.A. Like a Start-Up

The Goldhirsh Foundation's Shauna Nep tells us why Abhi Nemani, L.A.'s new 25-year-old chief data officer, is worth talking about

Meryl Streep, Carey Mulligan, and All the Other Badass Ladies at the Suffragette Premiere

The L.A. premiere presented a light party for a heavy subject
Tom Bradley

A Documentary Showcasing the Lost Legacy of L.A.’s Only African American Mayor Premieres Next Week

We asked the filmmakers of Bridging the Divide: Tom Bradley and the Politics of Race: Why now?