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Occidental announces Spring 2020 remote instruction citing LA County guidance

Occidental College announced the continuation of remote instruction and limited on-campus housing protocols for the upcoming spring semester in an email Nov. 30 to...

Ballot boxes, online tracking mark the beginning of the election in...

Around the state and in NELA, residents have been casting their ballots through the United States Post Office (USPS) and at official LA County...

As NELA response rate lags, census organizers share challenges faced

Update: A federal judge announced Sept. 25 the Trump administration cannot end census operations early. Residents now have until Oct. 31 to respond to the...

LA County debuts digital voting system

Los Angeles County hosted a mock election to debut a new voting system, Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP), during a two-day event Sept....

Andrew Yang’s got that thang

Most readers will be familiar with the following scene: it is lunchtime at an elementary school. The day is ripe for enjoyment — only a...

A touchy subject: Democrats can do better than Joe Biden

Last year, I was with my parents while they talked to their work friend, a man I hardly know. We moved to walk, and...

Why the 2020 election will not resolve the Democratic Party’s identity...

Barring a nomination of the Antichrist, I am likely to vote for whoever the Democratic Party puts up for the general election in 2020....

Hindsight is 2020: Hillary Clinton shouldn’t run again

Hillary Clinton has been in public office for the better part of 30 years. As a first lady, senator, secretary of state and presidential candidate,...