357 entries

Editors' Favorites

Stories you should check out...

No Guidelines from State About DACA Medi-Cal Eligibility

The California Department of Health Care Services' failure to issue the guidelines has resulted in hundreds of young immigrants being turned away.
categories HealthImmigrationPolitics

Mental Health Issues in California Kids Go Largely Untreated

A new study shows more than 8.5 percent of California children have mental health needs, yet only a quarter receive timely mental health treatment.
categories HealthYouth

Rising Beef Prices Taking a Toll on L.A.’s Korean BBQ Restaurants

Demand for beef and the recent bump in California’s minimum wage from $8 to $9 have mainly been responsible for the inflation in prices.
categories BusinessFood

7-Eleven Discriminates Against Its Franchisees, Claims Lawsuit

Corporate convenience store giant 7-Eleven faces a lawsuit alleging racism, ageism and unscrupulous business practices.
categories BusinessRace/Ethnic Relations

California Children With Limited English Can’t Get Mental Healthcare

Troubling data has emerged showing a massive deficit in services provided to California children in need of mental health care, in particular children from homes with limited English proficiency.
categories HealthYouth

Behind the Beard — A New Generation of Muslim American Leaders

Salmon Hossein, a graduate student pursuing a joint MA in law and public administration, is part of a new generation of Muslim American leaders.
category Race/Ethnic Relations

LA Youth Fast for Central American Youth — 'We Are Just Like Those Kids’

Young people in Los Angeles say they can related to the children who are coming to the United States to flee violence back home.
categories PoliticsYouth

Facing Severe Drought, Californians Support Mandatory Cutbacks

Californians rank the drought as their number one environmental concern and favor mandatory curbs on water use.
category Green News

Solving Immigration With Cold War Approach

Cold-war era foreign aid policy could serve as a long-term solution to our current immigration predicament by providing economic assistance to developing Latin American nations.
categories ImmigrationPolitics

The Faces of L.A.’s Skid Row: A Powerful Photo Project by John Hwang

John Hwang makes friends with some of society’s most invisible members: the people living on L.A.’s Skid Row. Many know his face and name, some have his number. He knows their stories and, with their permission, shares them with the world. “Everyone has a story,” he says. Here’s his.
categories Arts & CultureMediaNeighborhoodsWeathering the Storm
entries per page: 5 10 25 50 100
Valid XHTML 1.0 Valid CSS