Opinion

Editorial: Congress and Biden failed tenants by letting the eviction moratorium expire

The expiration of the federal eviction moratorium over the weekend is a devastating example of governmental failure. In December and…

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Op-Ed: Democrats must scare their voters to the polls to fight Newsom recall

Shocked by recent polling that showed likely voters almost evenly split on the question of whether to recall Gov. Gavin…

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Editorial: Another commission to study homelessness? Get serious, supervisors

While there is a shortage of housing for homeless people, there is no shortage of studies on Los Angeles’ efforts…

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Op-Ed: How AI’s growing influence can make humans less moral

It started out as a social experiment, but it quickly came to a bitter end. Microsoft’s chatbot Tay had been…

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Column: California’s controversial law requiring women on corporate boards is back in the crosshairs

Three years ago, the California Legislature passed a bill requiring public companies to put women on their corporate boards. The…

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Op-Ed: COVID-19 is being used as a reason to keep people jailed without a trial. This has to stop

Imagine being one of the more than 14,000 individuals locked up in Los Angeles County’s expansive jail system and hearing…

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Letters to the Editor: Is white privilege behind the rage at vaccine resisters?

To the editor: Lots of folks share columnist Erika D. Smith’s frustration over the resistance to vaccination. Some of us…

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Letters to the Editor: L.A.’s encampment ban is unwieldy and inhumane

To the editor: Homeless encampments are indeed a blight. That said, the Los Angeles City Council’s ban merely underscores the…

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Letters to the Editor: Bring back the Fairness Doctrine to save American democracy

To the editor: Another factor leading to our current state of hyper-polarization and the Republican Party’s radicalism was the removal…

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Editorial: Newsom could be replaced by someone with a tiny fraction of the vote. That’s nuts

On Sept. 14, California voters will decide two questions: whether to oust Gov. Gavin Newsom from office and, if so,…

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