Why siding with Arnold on redistricting makes sense, and other ballot notes
Four years? Robbers get less time than the hated/loved black activist
The best of Leimert Park
Comparing the department’s responses in two cases: Suzie and Devin Brown
Tuned-out voters favored none-of-the-above
The Hahn campaign is modeled on Karl Rove’s and Lee Atwater’s greatest hits
The chosen people choose a mayor
Why Jim Hahn may not survive the primary, and other mayoral dynamics
Smart and out to break up L.A. Unified, this Valley guy wants to touch every voter in L.A.
Villaraigosa talks about the pitfalls and opportunities of running for mayor
Why Bob Hertzberg could take Jim Hahn
On the civic void that is Jim Hahn’s mayoralty
Deron vs. Martin: Who’s the darling of the black establishment now?
Tuesday’s election gives the African-American community the chance to reclaim its roots
What Williams said and didn’t say about his troubled youth
Remembering Celes King
Our recommendations in the March 4 Los Angeles municipal election
What to make of last week’s voting in California and L.A.
Can Bratton reform the LAPD without revisiting Rampart?
Bill Bratton needs to spend time with council members from high-crime districts
The City Council races shape up a month early this year
The mayor goes trolling for a twofer
Let’s draft David Dotson for police chief
Secession may no longer be a dirty word for black people
Bernie Parks weighs political future to even the score
On the exigencies and excuses of black history
The final days of Chief Parks
L.A.’s black political elite bamboozles itself
Laura Chick’s challenge is getting people to listen
LAPD’s new intelligence-gathering rules invite police abuse
Wendy and Tony battle to fill the shoes of Wachs
The sense and nonsense of a short workweek
Two unreassuring moves by the new Hahn administration
Helping people is never quite as easy as it seems
On the Hahn coalition, and other short-lived phenomena
Our recommendations in the June 5 Los Angeles city election
Our recommendations in the April 10 Los Angeles city election
This police chief also looks like a one-termer
Dick Riordan faintly feigns toughness
School reformer Riordan is the mayor of inertia at the LAPD
So just who is responsible for our chief of police?
Backward thinking let Rampart happen
Forget Parks. Forget Garcetti. Forget Chaleff. The man in charge of Rampart is the mayor.
Chief Parks tosses his weight around