The archive of all headlines from April 30, 2017, organized by time of publication.
Participants in the People's Climate March said they objected to Trump's rollback of restrictions on mining, oil drilling and greenhouse gas emissions at coal-fired power plants, among other things. Here’s what happened during Trump’s 100 days
Trump revived the race-baiting speech that infused his election campaign, lashing out at immigrants and promising to jail or deport anyone who doesn’t belong in the United States. latimes.comBroken glass, fire and looting: Remembering the L.A. riots 25 years later
President Trump’s threat to pull the United States out of the North American Free Trade Agreement was effective as political theater.But as economic policy, a rupture to trade with Mexico and Canada would hurt the very workers Mr. Trump says he aims to help.
In a “very friendly conversation,” President Trump invited President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines to visit the White House.The administration is bracing for an avalanche of criticism over Mr. Trump’s embrace of the authoritarian leader, who has been accused of ordering extrajudicial killings.
From California to Massachusetts, the kinds of community energy programs that L.A. County approved this month lowered electricity bills 5% to 40% when they began. But after an initial honeymoon period, the savings have tended to shrink. CALIFORNIA
At the time, young officers were trained in old school, big-bad-cop ways -- choke holds, hogtying, arbitrary pat-downs, a wartime mentality. All that began to change after the riots and was further spurred by a federal consent decree.Read our full coverage of the riots