The California politician does not like where the U.S. is headed and may run for president in 2020 to change the country's course.
Powered by ferocious winds, wildfires northwest of Los Angeles and in the city's foothills have burned scores of structures and forced tens of thousands to flee.
The DOJ crackdown on sanctuary cities with high rates of violence could mean pulling funding for anti-violence programs.
Toughening of immigration enforcement actually creates problems, they say. (Pictured, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti.)
The resistance of sanctuary cities, counties and states reminds us that the Constitution protects all people in our country.
Rather than go along with the president’s program, Mayor Eric Garcetti and other city officials have intensified their opposition.
Donald Trump's new orders give immigration officials and local cops around the country new and almost unlimited power to enforce a vague law.
Although the state is ahead of the curve on renewable energy, Saturday’s rally in Los Angeles was a reminder to politicians that there’s far to go before we “Break Free” of our dependence on coal, oil and gas.
Los Angeles has faced years of chronic homelessness, and over the past year police have regularly raided encampments. Now a civil rights lawsuit has been filed against the city for exactly those actions -- yet the razing of sites goes on.
Finally Acknowledging the Obvious, Los Angeles Moves to Declare a State of Emergency on Homelessness
Whether a Truthdig series had anything to do with it or not, the mayor has committed to finding $100 million to get 10,000 people off the streets and into programs to help them.