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"Father Brown" follows a kindly cleric as he solves crimes in his community.
Clinton delegate: "I know her record on caring about people."
"Nobody argues that Donald Trump is not the most dangerous force in this nation..."
One of the newest segments of the California Coastal Trail sits above some of the best surfing destinations in Santa Cruz.
During the roll call vote, Bernie Sanders joined the Vermont delegation and then moved to give Clinton the party’s presidential nomination by acclamation.
Just For Fun: A Look at Delegates in Silly Headgear
"Trump says global warming is a hoax. I say Trump is a fraud."
This "Mosaic" special offers reports from the 2016 national conventions and a review of the world's reactions to the U.S. presidential election.
When 16-year-old Drew Anderson shared his powerful poem about coming out to his family, he discovered that many other members of the transgender community had the same experience.
Studies have shown that increasing access to green areas adds to the overall health of a city.
A study concluded that the 660-acre area bisected by the L.A. River within Lincoln Heights, Cypress Park, and Chinatown neighborhoods is an ideal neighborhood to encourage urban agriculture.
But conserving water and making full use of the L.A. River watershed could be.
One side advocated for a two-sidewalk option that would save pedestrians a pesky detour; the other wanted a one-sidewalk option that would give room for cars and avoid possible traffic jams.
The 1/4 mile segment of the planned Valleyheart Riverwalk Park is yet another bead in the so-called emerald necklace that would link green spaces from the Los Angeles River.
WCCW was created to be a place where women could work on their creative endeavors and be around others who would complement and nurture their work.
News and stories related to the revitalization of the Los Angeles River and surrounding communities.