The archive of all headlines from March 30, 2016, organized by time of publication.
In a victory for abortion rights advocates, new labeling guidelines will ease access to the pill by requiring fewer doctor visits, lengthening the period in which it can be taken and reducing the dosage.
Bill Rosendahl, a television talk show host who became the first openly gay man to serve on the Los Angeles City Council, has died. He was 70. Rosendahl died early Wednesday morning at his home in Mar Vista, surrounded by friends and family, after a four-year battle with cancer, according to a…See the most-read stories this hour >>
The people who stand to benefit most from minimum wage hikes across California are low-income adults, most of them household breadwinners, according to an analysis by UC Berkeley's Center for Labor Research and Education. A law proposed by Gov. Jerry Brown would gradually lift the statewide minimum…California minimum wage deal passes committee
The chief executive of the Los Angeles County Fair Assn., who made more than $1 million in total compensation in 2014 even as the organization reported millions of dollars in losses, has resigned.Losses mount as compensation soars at Los Angeles County Fair Assn.
Activists from the Irvine-based Center for Medical Progress contend that they were acting as investigative journalists. But unpublicized footage and court records show that their methods were geared more toward political provocation than journalism. L.A. Now