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Gascon’s Controversial Parole Reform | May 6

Today, L.A.’s DA asks prosecutors to focus much on rehabilitation, not the original crime.
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Democracy Now!

'Monumental Moment:' U.S. Backs Waiving COVID Vaccine Patent Rights After Months of Blocking Talks

The Biden administration has announced it now supports temporarily waiving the intellectual property rights for COVID vaccines, in what the World Trade Organization is calling a “monumental moment.”
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Christiane speaks with South African Foreign Minister Nalendi Pandor about what's ahead in Africa's fight against COVID.
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Wednesday on the NewsHour, "PBS NewsHour" looks at the implications of the Biden administration's decision to lift COVID-19 patent protections in order to help other countries in need.
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LAUSD Rejects Longer School Year | May 5

Today, LAUSD turns down Newsom’s request for a longer pandemic calendar.
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L.A. Responds to India’s Major COVID Crisis | May 5

Today, Indian Americans in L.A. respond to the devastation of India’s second COVID wave.
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While L.A. may be more closely associated with palm trees lining its sidewalks and streets, this sprawling city and its surrounding municipalities is actually a horticultural delight of varied treescapes. Here are seven spots to get a glimpse of great blossoms.
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Emmy-nominated tap dancer Chloe Arnold credits dance for saving her life. Now, she is paying it forward by offering inner-city youth an opportunity to connect with themselves and others through dance.
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Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir

The story of the author of the “The Joy Luck Club.”
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