Writing letters to the editor
A retired physician warns that, with Roe vs. Wade overturned, there will be hospital wards filled with women suffering the effects of dangerous, illegal abortions.
This surge is real, says a childcare center operator sick with COVID-19. She encourages parents to get their young kids vaccinated.
Readers express appreciation for an op-ed article by someone fully embracing her decision not to have children.
As Justice Sonia Sotomayor said, the Supreme Court is leading us to a place where upholding the church-state separation is itself unconstitutional.
In overturning state laws that restrict the concealed carry of loaded handguns, the Supreme Court twists the Constitution for its political aim.
Teenagers set out to make their teachers’ lives miserable. Now, imagine those teachers have guns.
Humans routinely do things to domesticated animals that can be described as barbaric. Why target cat declawing, which can actually do some good?
Georgia election worker Shaye Moss’ testimony was an opportunity to see the racism underpinning Trump’s Big Lie.
One letter writer says, ‘After reading about Arellano’s disdain for jacarandas, I was left wondering, does he arrive at The Times in a big yellow taxi?’
Regulations boost the cost of building affordable housing, but so do investors who drive out long-term tenants and profit off housing scarcity.
The noise. The energy. The empty promises from tech start-ups -- does Los Angeles really want to be part of the hype over air taxis?
Criminal justice reform is complicated, but it must be done because the current system is not working. Dist. Atty. Gascón gets that.