Keren Yi profiles three people who face hardship with courage.
In her column, Keren Yi explores human interest stories about people who overcome challenges.
On Wednesday, Republican lawmakers proposed that teachers in California arm themselves to prevent gun violence at schools.
On Thursday, the UN voted to admit Palestine to the UN as a non-member observer state, in a diplomatic move with significant political consequences.
LAUSD is now introducing an innovative new change in their cafeteria systems, by replacing the fold-and-cut ticket system with a POS one.
Foxconn is accused of forcing student interns to work in assembly lines, the latest in a long history of accusations of labor abuses hurled against Apple and its manufacturers.
As of the 2012-2013 school year, LACES will be eliminating busing for students and thus, limit its accessibility drastically.
Author George R. R. Martin writes of a fantasy world unlike that we’ve ever dreamed of – painting us a world of politics and battle in a spell-binding and fascinating read.
An often overlooked classic, “Frankenstein” reveals different dimensions to our idea of humanity – and forces us to reevaluate our prejudices and biases, through an enthralling narrative of the life of a scientist whose life goes awry.
Greece voted Saturday to put New Democracy as the primary political party, a move that may save the Eurozone from immediate decimation and help Greece’s growth and recovery.