Tuesday, August 4, 2020


Long Beach Tenants Go on Rent Strike

Photos and story by Hunter Chase, RLn Intern Not waiting for Long Beach to pass legislation to force property owners to pay relocation fees, one...

Teachers, Parents Fight to Save Public Education in the Harbor Area

By Mark Friedman, RLn Reporter CARSON — The battle to end the privatization of public schools is now centered at Catskill Avenue  Elementary in Carson,...

L.A. County Report Tackles Black Over-representation in Homelessness

Tent cities serve as homes for the growing Los Angeles homeless population By Dennis J. Freeman, Contributor African Americans account for only 9 percent of the...

Iconic S.C. Judge Mark Milestone in Talc Cancer Litigation

“So far, the story of the talc litigation has mostly been about two things: the science and the choice of forum,” — Howard Erichson, professor...


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Corruption Code Stuck in Error Mode

By Sara Corcoran, Washington DC Correspondent Title 18 Section 201 is a relatively unknown section of the federal criminal code related to the bribery of...

Homelessness and the Lies We Tell Ourselves

Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Councilman Joe Buscaino’s botched attempt to open a navigation center is still fresh in the minds of many in San Pedro....

Barragán- Port Advocate While Challenging POTUS’ Agenda

RLn’s Washington correspondent, Sara Corcoran, interviewed Rep. Nanette Barragán  (D-CA 44) on Feb. 15 in  her Washington, D.C. office.  Barragán discussed issues impacting San Pedro and the rest of her district include homelessness, port security, Trump’s border wall, and the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, perhaps better known as DACA.