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The Mayor Slayer: Naomi Seligman’s Relentless Crusade Against Eric Garcetti

No one person has done more damage to Eric Garcetti’s political future than his once-loyal former communications director, Naomi Seligman

Happy 1st Birthday to Eric Garcetti’s Nomination For Ambassador to India

With an OK to take on his next gig mired in politics and ongoing accusations, the waiting game to move on continues for L.A.’s mayor.

Garcetti Probably Knew Of Aide’s ‘Pervasive and Notorious’ Sexual Misconduct: Senator’s Report

Nevertheless, Sen. Chuck Grassley released his months-long hold on the L.A. mayor’s nomination to become the U.S. Ambassador to India.

Mayor Garcetti Nominates First Female LAFD Fire Chief

If confirmed by the City council, Kristin Crowley would become the first woman to lead the city's fire agency

Why LAFD Women Firefighters Want Chief Ralph Terrazas Out

Women firefighters claim that Fire Chief Ralph Terrazas has ignored allegations of sexism, bullying, and sexual harassment
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‘I Feel My City Is in a Crisis’: Karen Bass Opens Up About Her Mayoral Run

In a conversation with Los Angeles magazine on Friday, the U.S. Rep discussed how she'll tackle what ails L.A.

‘I’m an Outsider with Insider Experience’: A New Candidate Jumps into the Race for Mayor

Jessica Lall, CEO of the Central City Association and a working mom, is the first major non-City Hall candidate to throw her hat in the ring
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Amid Protests, L.A.’s New Civil Rights Department Gets a Home

Formed in the wake of the murder of George Floyd, the city's Civil + Human Rights and Equity Department is setting out to quash discrimination and bias, but not everyone is sold
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Karen Bass’s Mayoral Momentum Is Building

There are more indicators that the highly regarded Congresswoman could blow up the 2022 Los Angeles mayor’s race
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In City Elections, More Money Doesn’t Always Mean a Big Victory

The fundraising race is on for 2022, but Los Angeles has seen numerous instances where an outfunded candidate finishes on top