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Op-Ed: I'm an American in Italy, where 60 million are trapped by the coronavirus. It's horrific
More than 12,000 people have been infected in Italy. Containment measures that seemed unusually strict two weeks ago turned out to be not strict enough.
2020-03-11 22:44:12
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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latimes.com
Opinion: Progressives aren't feeling Joe Biden? That won't matter against Trump in November
Joe Biden's candidacy may not be inspiring masses of young progressives, but Trump's hold over the White House will probably get them out in November.
2020-03-11 18:26:31
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Opinion: Bernie Sanders' big question: Should he stay or should he go?
With the shellacking Bernie Sanders took in Michigan, he needs to remember the big fight isn't for his progressive policies, but to oust President Trump,
2020-03-11 16:48:08
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Editorial: Mitch Englander's arrest should be a warning to L.A. City Hall: Time to clean up
Envelopes of cash exchanged in bathrooms. Hookers in Vegas. Clandestine meetings in cars. And it may be just one example of Los Angeles City Hall corruption.
2020-03-11 14:00:33
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Letters to the Editor: Voting in L.A. shouldn't be this complicated. Look at Australia
In Australia, there are no long voting lines, and they use paper ballots. Why doesn't L.A. County learn from that country?
2020-03-11 12:00:58
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Editorial: Panicking might work in zombie films, but it's making coronavirus worse for everyone
With the coronavirus spreading through the U.S., Americans are reacting in a variety of ways. Some smart, some ... not so much.
2020-03-11 12:00:26
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Letters to the Editor: GM, killer of its first electric car, now wants to spend billions on them?
In 2003, GM infamously killed its promising EV1 program. Now, it bizarrely wants to build a all-electric Hummer.
2020-03-11 12:00:21
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Op-Ed: Elizabeth Warren, caught in the electability trap
Voters worry about electability, but when they learn about women winning in elections, they are then more likely to support a female candidate.
2020-03-11 12:00:11
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Letters to the Editor: Women who didn't vote for Elizabeth Warren passed up an important opportunity
Women who don't vote for candidates like Elizabeth Warren are voting against their own interest.
2020-03-11 12:00:03
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Op-Ed: To fight coronavirus, turn homeless outreach workers into public health officers
To prevent the spread of the coronavirus among homeless people, governments must expand health and hygiene services for this population immediately.
2020-03-11 12:00:03
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Column: What the deadly 1918 flu epidemic can teach us about our coronavirus reaction
In the midst of World War I, our exhausted species buried the epidemic along with its dead.
2020-03-11 11:00:51
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Editorial: A week of rain is nice, but does virtually nothing to help L.A.'s water issues
Southern California should capture more of the raindrops that keep falling on our heads.
2020-03-10 23:58:09
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Column: Why does Hillary hate Bernie? Why did Bill have sex with an intern? We finally have answers
In a new Hulu series, "Hillary," the former Democratic nominee pulls no punches
2020-03-10 23:05:15
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Letters to the Editor: 'Namaste' instead of shaking hands is one way to halt coronavirus
Adopt the Indian custom of folding our hands close to our chest, in lieu of shaking hands, to help fight the coronavirus.
2020-03-10 22:51:50
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Editorial: When the U.S. uses migrants' therapy disclosures against them
The Trump administration required unaccompanied minors to take part in therapy sessions, then used their words against them in deportation proceedings.
2020-03-10 12:00:31
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Editorial: We've entered the coronavirus economy
The stock market sell-off Monday was, on the surface, a reaction to an oil price war beteeen Saudi Arabia and Russia. But the trigger was coronavirus.
2020-03-10 12:00:23
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Letters to the Editor: Prop. 13 was flawed, and not because of the school bond measure's number
People who voted against Proposition 13 didn't do so because the school board measure shared the same number as the infamous property tax initiative.
2020-03-10 12:00:21
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Letters to the Editor: Young people for Bernie? Sanders excites older voters too
Bernie Sanders' massive rallies have proved that his "revolutionary" agenda appeals to old and young voters.
2020-03-10 12:00:18
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Letters to the Editor: Even small dairy farms are cruel to cows. Don't drink their milk
Reforming certain aspects of a dairy farm's operations does not change the fact that inseminating cows so we can steal their babies' milk is wrong.
2020-03-10 12:00:17
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Op-Ed: Before it was a hipster haven, I called Highland Park home. Oh, how I miss its rough edges
With each passing day, Highland Park feels less like a neighborhood and more like a tourist attraction for millennials.
2020-03-10 11:59:02
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Opinion: Harry and Meghan just officially said goodbye to royal life. So what do they do now?
Harry and Meghan make their farewell tour as working royals. What's next?
2020-03-10 07:56:09
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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latimes.com
Opinion: Corruption, escorts and dirty cash at L.A. City Hall? You don't say
The Englander indictment only adds to the longstanding view that L.A. City Hall is tainted by cozy relationships and pay-to-play politics.
2020-03-10 00:17:23
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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latimes.com
Letters to the Editor: Enough with Trump's 'hunches' on coronavirus
People are getting sick and dying because of the coronavirus, but Trump is just trying to will this problem away. That won't work.
2020-03-09 21:51:47
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Column: Coronavirus is Trump's worst nightmare — and not just because he's a germophobe
Trump's unwavering braggadocio is entertaining (to some) when the stakes are low, but it's unnerving during a public health crisis.
2020-03-09 21:49:44
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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latimes.com
Editorial: Americans can afford a few extra pennies on their Nikes to clean up 'diesel death zones'
Shoppers can surely afford a couple extra pennies on imported goods to help clean up diesel death zones and fight climate change.
2020-03-09 14:00:03
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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latimes.com
Op-Ed: A bad rule lets fast-food chains off the hook for workers' rights
A narrow definition of 'employer' leaves workers at McDonald's and other chains out in the cold.
2020-03-09 12:00:12
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Op-Ed: In the global response to COVID-19, there's no room for racism
The international bonds we forge today coping with coronavirus and COVID-19 will serve us well in the future.
2020-03-08 22:04:47
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Editorial: Los Angeles should help pull its residents out of crisis, not sink them even deeper
Los Angeles County's criminal justice system could be reinvented to place an emphasis on public health and rehabilitation.
2020-03-08 12:00:54
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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Op-Ed: How to sing 'Happy Birthday' during an epidemic
I can't help feeling a bit ridiculous, standing in the bathroom, gazing at my face in the mirror, as I wash my hands and sing 'Happy Birthday' twice under my breath.
2020-03-08 12:00:33
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latimes.com
Letters to the Editor: Kids don't need cursive? How will they read the Constitution?
One problem with not teaching school children cursive is that they will not know how to read cursive either.
2020-03-08 12:00:31
2021-05-08T09:36:19.000000
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latimes.com