The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday ordered an investigation into complaints about long waits and equipment malfunctions that hampered voting at many poll centers during last week’s primary election. At a hearing on Tuesday, the supervisors ordered the county’s chief elections official, Dean Logan, to explain whatContinue Reading

The numbers in L.A. County are staggering, leaders say: 9% of the population is black, but blacks comprise 29% of people in county jails. Hispanic or Latinx people make up 49% of the population, but they are 52% of the county’s incarcerated population. Black and Latinx women are 49% ofContinue Reading

UFC 248 takes place Saturday night from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada and is headlined by UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya (18-0) defending his title against Yoel Romero (13-4). The co-feature is a UFC women’s strawweight title defense with champion Zhang Weili (20-1) meeting former champion Joanna JedrzejczykContinue Reading

Last week, organizers announced that the Korea Times Music Festival at the Hollywood Bowl was being postponed “due to current travel restrictions in Asia” over fears of COVID-19, the strain of coronavirus that has swept across Asia, Europe and the Middle East and spread to the U.S. too. While fewContinue Reading