To find effective and meaningful solutions to the immigration issue, policymakers must understand the most factor motivating people to migrate from Central America: violence, writes Tyler Takemoto.
A Pacific Council delegation recently visited the Port of Los Angeles to discuss the port's local and global economic impact, its record-breaking cargo operations, and several impressive environmental initiatives.
Pacific Council member Manpreet Anand, Deputy Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, attended the 2015 Regional Pravasi Bharatiya Divas Convention in Los Angeles.
More people are displaced in L.A. today than in 2013: Los Angeles is the third most homeless city in the world.
One of the worst hubs of human trafficking in the world is Los Angeles. Here's why that matters.
Los Angeles has become the largest city in the nation to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour from $9.
A record-breaking 44.2 million people visited Los Angeles in 2014 and contributed nearly $30 billion to the city’s economy.
Los Angeles – with its internationally recognized museums, galleries, and artists – is well on its way to becoming the new art capital of the world. How did this happen?
Los Angeles, famously known for having too many cars, too much smog, and too little affordable housing, is trying to reinvent itself by becoming the most sustainable global city in the nation by 2035.
Roughly 350 miles south of Silicon Valley, the tech scene in the Los Angeles region was the fastest-growing start-up ecosystem in the world in 2014.
If the financial strength of a city – especially a global city – is due in large part to its economic diversity, then the Los Angeles metro area is leading the way for the rest of the country.