In 1980, an environmental art project inspired residents to take charge of their own destiny and prevent the construction of a 3,200 unit housing community in Laguna Canyon, California.
LGBTQ bars and clubs will always be important and necessary. Chico, a working-class dive in Montebello, has been proudly flying its freak flag since 1999.
Two decades in the making comes the highly anticipated release of Vireo: The Spiritual Biography of a Witch's Accuser. Follow the news and media coverage and reviews, as we lead into the launch this Spring.
The brainchild of architect Arthur S. Heineman, the Milestone Mo-tel — later known as the Motel Inn — ushered in a new era of convenience and comfort when it opened in 1925.
Despite a robust disability rights movement and a shift towards inclusion, stigma and discrimination continue to mark many disabled people's lives around the world.
Will a Kuwaiti-Kiwi model's Muslim culture stand in the way of her Parisian catwalk dreams?
To call Native peoples the "original environmentalists" is to mischaracterize their actual relationship to the land.
Daniela Brown prepares for an emotionally traumatic return to Romania, where she was from an orphanage at three years old.
If we're counting on future generations to protect our desert treasures, they need to get to know them now.
The Army Corps of Engineers did an about face on the Dakota Access Pipeline. But they're about to face more opposition.
They're delicate and bright and in trouble and they eat milkweed. But there's more.
The company behind a plan to ship water from a desert aquifer to thirsty California cities responds to its critics.
We look at the case of a 23-year-old father who was detained by ICE one week ago in Des Moines, Washington, even though he has permission to live and work in the United States under the DACA program.
Can Americans learn about digital security from Dalit activists with experience in India? This week's episode offers tech tips to protect yourself from state control and violence as a result of online surveillance.
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While congressional Democrats and some Republicans are pushing for probes into President Trump’s ties to Russia, Trump has focused largely on going after those who have leaked information to the press.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday ended a long-standing U.S. commitment to the establishment of a Palestinian state, saying he had no preference for either a one-state or two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Formal independence came to South Sudan on July 9th, 2011. Then things fell apart..
On Human Rights Day, the United Nations is urging individuals to stand up for someone's rights amid extremist movements, messages of intolerance, horrific violence, and an overall disrespect for humankind.
Draft Day follows two girls, who were born as males, as they participate in the drafting process.
Link TV revisits the stories that have shaped the island nation through the Castro era.
"Cohen Film Classics" will offer viewers a chance to see some of the most iconic films that defined the twentieth century cinema landscape.
This dramatic series tells the story of three Israeli soldiers who were held captive for 17 years following their kidnapping while on a secret mission with their unit in Lebanon.
Tending the Wild shines light on the environmental knowledge of indigenous peoples across California by exploring how they have actively shaped and tended the land for millennia.
During his first solo press conference, Donald Trump frequently interrupted reporters, dismissing CNN and other outlets as "fake news."
"When you have a president who lies pathologically [and] who believes in alternative facts, there's a problem."
The 31-year-old architect behind Trump’s Muslim travel ban has had a reputation for harrassing Hispanic people since his days at Santa Monica High School in Los Angeles.
Native artisans face the challenge of protecting threatened bird species while preserving their cultural traditions.
A talented chef reconnects with her Chinese heritage when she opens a restaurant based on her mothers Hong Kong dumpling recipes.
Shezan Aroos hopes that completing the 30 days of fasting during this years Ramadan will help him deepen his connection to the faith that has been shaken by his relaxed Kiwi lifestyle.
How does woodworker Chris Scotland aspire to impact today's throwaway society?
A short documentary revealing the process of a book artist's making the book Pointe Shoes with poems.
Aarón Rayos speaks about his wife Guadalupe García de Rayos, a mother of two U.S.-born children who is at the center of an immigration fight in Arizona and has been deported to Mexico.
The phrase "California wildfire" is now so synonymous with devastation that it has recently been used to describe the wildfires burning across North Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia.
Over the past few decades, it has appeared that the LAPD is seeking to change its policing tactics
Traditional ecological knowledge is a body of knowledge accumulated through observation, practice, and innovation over thousands of years.
Home to more than 140 nationalities and 200 languages, Los Angeles is one of the most diverse cities in the country.
While many see this as an opportunity to bring attention and commerce to the city, hosting the Olympic Games is costly and disruptive.
Tennis balls and umbrellas aren't allowed around the RNC, but guns are.
"Neither" is an ethnographic portrait of people outside the gender binary.
A dual gender Native American describes their life as a healer despite health concerns.
At 92, Robina Asti, a WWII veteran and pilot, tells her story of living as a transgender woman since 1976 and her fight to be treated like any other widow.