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Arts Program Strives to Reach All Students

By Melina Paris, Arts and Culture Reporter For as long as many can remember, educators and parents have complained about school funding and how subjects...

Today’s BattleBot Competitor, Tomorrow’s Engineer

By Hunter Chase, Reporter A 250-pound machine created purely for destruction may sound like something from a science fiction movie, but it’s reality for five...

Saudi Fugitives Accused of Serious Crimes Get Help to Flee While U.S. Officials Look the Other Way

The FBI, Department of Homeland Security and other agencies have known for years that Saudi diplomats were helping Saudi fugitives. But Washington avoided even...

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,...

Unlock Public School Potential

Strike: Did UTLA settle too soon? By James Preston Allen, Publisher To understand the historical significance of the recent teachers’ strike against Los Angeles Unified School...

UTLA Teachers Ratify Contract But Say Fight is Not Over

Most teachers disappointed. ‘We could have gotten more, especially class size reduction.’ By Mark L. Friedman, RLn Contributor Rather than a traditional labor contract focused on...

School Safety Panel: More Counselors, Fewer Random Searches

By Lyn Jensen, Reporter Los Angeles Unified School District requires all of its middle and high schools to conduct “daily random” searches of students and...

UTLA Brings School Issues to Community 

By Dennis J. Freeman, Contributor United Teachers of Los Angeles is working to get factions of the Los Angeles community more involved in its efforts...

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The Tipping Point!

By Robert Lee Johnson The general assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1669 addressed the killing of...

Protests”: In Portland, Getting Out of Jail Requires Relinquishing Constitutional Rights

Federal authorities are using a new tactic in their battle against protesters in Portland, Oregon

Governor Newsom Takes Action to Strengthen State Unemployment Insurance Delivery System

This includes the formation of an Employment Development Department or EDD strike team, and a renewed focus on processing unpaid claims.

Gov. Newsom Releases Final Water Resilience Portfolio

The portfolio prioritizes securing voluntary agreements in key watersheds to improve flows and conditions for fish, address air quality and habitat challenges around the Salton Sea and protect the long-term functionality of the State Water Project and other conveyance infrastructure.