The head of the Los Angeles Archdiocese believes the solution must balance love and law with justice and mercy -- regardless of legal status.The head of the Los Angeles Archdiocese believes the solution must balance love and law with justice and mercy—regardless of legal status.
Throngs of protesters from various groups and backgrounds -- feminists, anarchists, Mexican activists and peace advocates among them -- turned up to make their presence known and face off with Donald Trump supporters at the Orange County Fairgrounds.
Prosecutors in Los Angeles and environs are coming down harder on protesters than on the officers who abuse and even kill African-Americans. The plea deals being offered to activists are much harsher than those in some other areas of the U.S.
The conservative Supreme Court justice holds the key to their fate in a case with blockbuster potential.
On Monday, the Supreme Court justices who handed victories to liberals in 2016 will hear a case that labor leaders warn could bankrupt public-sector unions and further curtail their political power.
Mothers of young men murdered by police in Orange County, Calif., testify to the systematic destruction of families and society that such shootings cause. And by extension they indict the capitalist evil that consciously holds the poor like animals in squalid pens.
When a plan to construct the first modern privatized highway in the United States did little to ease congestion, blocked residents from making further improvements and cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars, Californians had the opportunity to learn a lesson about the folly of privatizing transportation projects.
Friends tell the Los Angeles Times that Itzcoatl "Izzy" Ocampo returned from Iraq a changed man. The ex-Marine from Orange County, Calif., is accused of killing four homeless men, each stabbed more than 40 times. "He's a veteran who did not get the help he needed," said a fellow Marine, adding that she had trusted Ocampo with her life.
Ten Muslim students from UC Irvine who heckled Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren during an on-campus appearance last year were found guilty Friday of two misdemeanors to conspire and to disrupt the speech, despite their arguments citing free speech.