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President Trump’s latest attempt to bar some citizens of eight Muslim majority countries from entering the U.S. suffers a second defeat, as another federal judge rules that the latest policy is unconstitutional.
As raging wildfires in California scorch an area that is roughly the size of New York City, more than 11,000 firefighters are battling the blazes, and a number of them are women inmates.
Huell visits two replicas of the Golden Gate Bridge: the walkway to the Point Bonita Lighthouse, and the Guy West Footbridge at Cal State University Sacramento.
"Remand" tells the firsthand story of how two men met and worked together to inspire justice reform for an entire country.
Huell visits two trees in Monterey with interesting histories.
After sitting in juvenile prison for two years, waiting for Uganda’s painfully slow criminal justice system to try him for murders he did not commit, Henry inspired criminal justice reform in Uganda.
Follow Spanish garage rockers the Parrots as they cruise through Morocco, documented by a travelogue with the charm of a home movie.
When Pepperdine law professor Jim Gash boarded a plane to Uganda, he never expected to become friends with a young prisoner who helped form an international collaboration for freedom.
Oscar-nominated, KCET Lumiere Award-winning actor Gary Oldman is scheduled to attend the Q&A after the film.
SoCal Focus is a blog about the people, places, and issues in and around Southern California.
He was wearing a Mickey Mouse hat, something you do not see on every forty-something man, especially in Ventura County, but I did not think less of him for this.
In the welter of communities, cities, county agencies, and special districts that blanket the political landscape of Los Angeles, it's easy to mistake who does what and even why.
I cannot imagine a 'sense of place' without a sense of the historical narratives that bind people and localities together.
The problem with the impoverished language of lad-dom is you quickly run out of ways of intensifying the moment until every other word is an anatomical adjective.
The sickness has been diagnosed, but the medicine is unlikely to be taken. California's constitution is in crisis, but too much depends on the current initiative process.
Spring, with its days of overcast, was always a cause for disappointment for me and my ideas of a perfectly sunny SoCal. The drought has changed all that.