Los Angeles is known worldwide as a city of glamour but on a visit this week, US President Donald Trump said its growing homelessness problem could "destroy" it. So how did LA end up in this situation?
Trump says feds will punish San Francisco over filth, needles and pollution. City leaders fight back
President Trump ratcheted up his attacks on California over its homeless crisis, threatening San Francisco with some type of violation notice for what he described as environmental pollution. He said pollution”
President Trump’s big idea for fixing California’s homelessness crisis should look familiar to many prominent Democrats: Eliminate layers of regulation to make it easier and cheaper to build more housing.
The White House has said it is exploring using police to remove homeless people from the streets, a vague threat that has escalated concerns about Trump pushing a law enforcement crackdown in California.
Los Angeles homeless providers were rebuffed when they asked to use Cesár Pelli’s Hawthorne Building, which the White House is eyeing to relocate Skid Row residents. This week, senior Trump administration
President Trump’s tour of California took him to San Diego on Wednesday with an afternoon visit to the border,where he reviewed a prototype of his much-debated wall and signed it in Sharpie. Trump toured
Los Angeles (CNN) — Shawn Pleasants has the kind of resume that would attract the attention of any job recruiter: high school valedictorian, economics major from Yale University, Wall Street banking jobs,
President Donald Trump is set to face a backlash from Hollywood as he descends on Los Angeles to raise money for his re-election campaign during the week of the Emmy Awards. Mr Trump's opponents in the
Inside LaRayia’s Bodega, a vegan cafe and shop wedged between a panadería and a hair salon, the vibe is hip and millennial-friendly. Glass bottles hold cardamom-scented almond milk coffee drinks and freshly
HUD Secretary Ben Carson, other top Trump officials to visit California as White House ramps up homeless push
Senior administration officials, including Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, plan to visit Los Angeles in the coming days as part of President Trump’s push to crack down on homelessness