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Kamala D. Harris

Protecting Health Care for All

Kamala D. Harris | March 5, 2015 | Politics
Regardless of whether you are young or old, healthy or ill, insured or uninsured, every person, in every state, has a stake in King v. Burwell.
Joseph M. Costa

From Bleak to Hopeful: One Woman's Success in LA's Foster Care System

Joseph M. Costa | March 5, 2015 | Impact
It is a story of a young girl bewildered and hurt by disappointment, fearing for her safety and well-being, who found her spirit renewed and her hope restored because of the care she received while at Hillsides.

5 Gorgeous Bathrooms With Jaw-Dropping Views

Details | March 5, 2015 | HuffPost Home
Your morning shave comes complete with a sneak peek of the ski slopes and the sixth and seventh holes.
Andres Tardio

Flying Over Los Angeles With A Camera

Andres Tardio | March 5, 2015 | Travel
Los Angeles is clearly a beautiful city, one that's inspired my photography and life in many powerful ways. So, it was a pleasure and an incredible opportunity for me to fly over the city that's become my daily muse. Thanks to York Galland, an amazing helicopter pilot...
Ashley Diana Morris

Back to Hollywood Chasing My Dreams

Ashley Diana Morris | March 5, 2015 | Canada British Columbia
Most people know me as a model and have seen some of my work but way before I ever entered the world of modelling, I was an actress (and a personal trainer, a publicist, a bartender.
Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson

If a Tree Falls in the Forest... Remembering Rev. Malcolm Boyd

Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson | March 4, 2015 | Religion
The Rev. Malcolm Boyd died last week at the age of 91. Accolades began popping up, but many do not know how Boyd shaped a generation of seekers in the 1960s to understand that unless Christianity was about justice and inclusion, it was just blowing smoke.
Andrew Lam

Saving California Parks -- With New Ideas and Tech

Andrew Lam | March 4, 2015 | Green
This year Parks Forward, an independent commission dedicated to assisting California's Department of Parks and Recreation, released a set of recommendations to fix what many parks advocates have called a "major crisis." Among its recommendations are ways to modernize the parks.

The 27 Best Bad Decision Bars in America

Thrillist | March 4, 2015 | Taste
Lucky you, you now have the option of making another bad decision.
Travel + Leisure

America's Original Speakeasies (PHOTOS)

Travel + Leisure | March 4, 2015 | Travel
As the contemporary speakeasy trend rages on, it seems apt to also celebrate the many American bars operating today that were actual speakeasies. San Francisco's popular Bourbon & Branch, for example, was the location of JJ Russell Cigar Shop, which was a front for a speakeasy for 10 years.
Chelsea Clinton

3 Ways We Can Stop Violence Against Women and Girls

Chelsea Clinton | March 3, 2015 | Impact
Violence against women and girls is an epidemic of global proportions. Transcending geographic borders, economic and social class, religion and ethnicity, violence impacts women of all ages, in all communities around the world.
Jeff Norman

LAPD Not Fit to Investigate Itself in Shooting of Skid Row Homeless Man

Jeff Norman | March 3, 2015 | Crime
It's possible the police were justified in shooting the man known to locals as "Africa." But considering how the Times equivocated about what's visible in the video, it seems Smith and Beck have so far doled out more propaganda than credible information.
Arianna Huffington

My Q and A With Christian Benedict on the Link Between Sleep and School Performance

Arianna Huffington | March 3, 2015 | Healthy Living
After many years of neglecting sleep's importance in our lives, we've entered a golden age of sleep studies. Christian Benedict, a neuroscientist at Uppsala University in Sweden, is helping lead this scientific movement, with a particular emphasis on how sleep is connected to performance in school.

The Best Burger in Every State in America

Thrillist | March 2, 2015 | Taste
We think we've got a case for a burger you're going to love in every single state in the Union.

10 Ways Road Tripping Was Different In The '90s

Thrillist | March 4, 2015 | Travel
Sure, new technology in cars, stereos, and maps have made just about every aspect of a long haul in a car better. But that doesn't mean you'd trade in your dashboard Discman for anything in the world.
Ian Spanier

RIGHT NEXT DOOR: Bev Francis, Former Bodybuilder

Ian Spanier | March 4, 2015 | Los Angeles
Francis wanted to be a ballet dancer --her young teenage body had other plans, and no longer conformed to the physiology necessary for such a career. So she embraced the change, pursuing weight training -- bulking up to become the...
Golriz Moeini

The Extraordinary Liana Yaroslavsky

Golriz Moeini | March 2, 2015 | Style
Her life would actually make for an incredible Hollywood script. She is anything but ordinary. She is unforgettable and distingué.
Marty Kaplan

Spock's 'Good Mother'

Marty Kaplan | March 1, 2015 | Entertainment
Leonard Nimoy is on location in Cambridge, Massachusetts, preparing to direct The Good Mother for Disney, starring Diane Keaton. I'm the executive on the movie, on the lot, where a studio chieftain and I have just watched the makeup, hair and wardrobe tests Leonard had shot.
William Bradley

Have the Republicans Gone Overboard Already?

William Bradley | March 1, 2015 | Politics
Well, the Republicans are, if anything, even more conservative now. They've also won back both the House and the Senate. After six years of the "game-changing" Barack Obama presidency, the game has changed, all right.
Jonathan Cohn

Remembering a Health Care Advocate Who Got a Lot Done in a Short Time

Jonathan Cohn | March 1, 2015 | Politics
You may not have heard the name Peter Harbage before. But if you are one of the millions of people getting health insurance because of Obamacare or some other government program, it's possible Peter had something to do with it.
Jay Weston

Vito's Pizza: My Choice As the Best in L.A.!

Jay Weston | March 2, 2015 | Los Angeles
Several years ago, the buzz at the food sites on the Internet had been building for months ... after a decade, Vito's Pizza was moving from its downtown Silverlake home to a more accessible location in West Hollywood.
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