An expose on sweatshops in Los Angeles that exploit mostly undocumented workers, paying them less than minimum wage to work in slave-like conditions, and the loop-holes protecting retailers that use these sweatshops for their house brands — including Forever 21, TJ Maxx and Marshall’s.
La La Land made the spoils of the spotlight look seductively attractive. This portrait of two of LA’s countless talented aspirants brings you back to earth.
The secrets behind the famed red carpet at the Oscar Awards, revealed.
Part three of an investigation by the Los Angeles Times looking into OxyContin’s role in the opioid epidemic.
A six-part series unraveling the story of a suburban PTA mom who was framed for drugs.
An investigation into America’s bestselling painkiller, Oxycontin. Reporters look through a trove of documents showing how the drugmaker Purdue Pharma’s deceptive marketing of Oxycontin has contributed to the prescription drug epidemic.
A fantastic profile of O.J. Simpson defense attorney Johnnie Cochran, from during the 1995 trial.
A quarter century has passed since the infamous beating of Rodney King. In the months before King’s death, he was profiled by Kurt Streeter, who portrays a man still very much haunted by the past.
Tens of millions of people have seen UCLA senior Sophina DeJesus whip, nae nae and handspring her way to a gymnastics tour de force (yes, that video). Resmovits goes beyond the viral video in this profile—probing into DeJesus’ family history, and looking at what it’s like to be a woman of color in the lily-white world of gymnastics.
The Los Angeles Times reconstructs the final hours of the seven experienced hikers who lost their lives last week in a flash flood at Zion National Park.