Opinion

Editorial: Senate Republicans won’t even consider voting rights. The filibuster must go

As expected, debate on a bill to protect voting rights was blocked in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday when the…

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Column: Don’t kid yourself. Carl Nassib’s announcement is a huge deal in this America

Gerry Crane had only been a music teacher at Byron Center High School outside of Grand Rapids, Mich., for three…

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Opinion: Vaccination incentives might be effective, but they send the wrong message

As we claw our way out of the pandemic, state governments across the country are offering all kinds of rewards…

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Editorial: L.A. County should stick with its criminal justice reform measure

In November, Los Angeles County voters backed a ballot measure that would eventually require the county to spend hundreds of…

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Column: The trouble with fighting a culture war over critical race theory

It feels like yesterday my wife and I were shopping for grade schools for our daughter — the same daughter…

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Editorial: If there are aliens in those UFOs, they must not like us

What are we, interplanetary social rejects? If E.T. or his kind come for a visit, they never seem to want…

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Op-Ed: UC betrays its values when it partners with Catholic hospitals that restrict care

More than 500 abortion restrictions have been introduced in state legislatures this year. Laws banning gender-affirming care for transgender young…

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Letters to the Editor: The stunning hypocrisy of Catholic bishops who want to deny Biden communion

To the editor: I have been a Roman Catholic for the past 80 years. I have seen the good, the…

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Letters to the Editor: Black liberation benefits everyone. One L.A. family’s achievements are proof

To the editor: I was deeply moved by the various articles The Times has published regarding Juneteenth. Opal Lee, the…

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Opinion: Bishops vs. Biden: high drama, low stakes

On Sept. 12, 1960, John F. Kennedy, who later that year would become the first Roman Catholic to be elected…

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