Jon Ward shared his unique rise through the industry with Annenberg students during a special event Tuesday.
Across the country, politicians like Michelle Wu of Boston and Ed Gainey of Pittsburgh became the first people of color elected to their respective roles.
Immigrants and activists rally at the Los Angeles Federal Building to demand a pathway to citizenship be included in the Biden administration’s reconciliation plan.
COP26 at Glasgow draws heavy criticisms from activists and experts.
Prominent voices from USC and other communities detail 20 years of inadequacy in Middle East.
A spokesman for the recall George Gascon campaign says it wants to be ready to meet the deadline on day one.
In states like Texas and Mississippi, access to abortion is dwindling — but people are fighting back.
The deadline is approaching for Congress to approve next year’s budget and avoid a government shutdown.
The Latinx population is a crucial demographic in California elections. September’s recall election proved this yet again.
The restrictions, which were in place for the past year and a half, prevented many students from traveling home to see their families.
USC student Hajah Bah was accused of messaging profanities to former deputy assistant to Donald Trump, which he then posted.
Newsom handily defeated his competitors, with a projected 67.5% of Californians voting no on a recall.
Gov. Gavin Newsom is at risk of being removed from office and Republican candidates are leading the polls to replace him if he is recalled.
Sunrise Movement LA expresses concern about a possible Larry Elder win.
Errin Haines, editor-at-large of The 19th, facilitated a virtual conversation between USC alumna, U.S. Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.), and civil rights activist Alicia Garza on June 17 about the future of Black Lives Matter.