The Los Angeles mayor insists that politics is working fine at the municipal level—and talks about Trump, policing, and his favorite L.A. film.
The fires in Los Angeles are a test not only for the city but for its mayor, Eric Garcetti.
To the editor: What are we teaching our children when they see how homeless people live? (“L.A. adds more public toilets as homeless crisis grows,” Dec. 5) Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and other officials are shown celebrating the opening of a trailer equipped with eight toilets and six showers...
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared a state of emergency in the city Tuesday as several wildfires continued to rage across the region. SEE ALSO: Surreal scenes of devastation across Southern California from unrelenting wildfires Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared a state of emergency in the city Tuesday as several wildfires continued to rage across the region. Blazes in Santa Clarita, Santa Ana and Ventura County claimed tens of thousands of acres between...Show More Summary
JOEL KOTKIN: Eric Garcetti for president? Really? Someone may be putting something in the Los Angeles water supply. In the past months, two unlikely L.A.-based presidential contenders — Mayor Eric Garcetti and Disney Chief Robert Iger — have been floated in the media, including in the New York Times. But before we start worrying about […]
With the 2028 Olympics on the horizon, Mayor Eric Garcetti has a plan to reduce congestion—and transform the way people navigate the city. Now that Los Angeles has claimed the 2028 Olympics, it’s embarking on an ambitious effort to reduce congestion and transform the city’s transportation infrastructure. Show More Summary
In the protracted, years-long effort to legalize street vending in Los Angeles, Mayor Eric Garcetti and City Council members have often praised sidewalk selling as the first rung on the entrepreneurial ladder and vendors as hardworking Angelenos just trying to make an honest living. So why, then,...
Eric Garcetti, the mayor of Los Angeles, says he's considering a run for the White House. Garcetti is a two-term mayor of the second-largest city in the US, and served on the City Council for 12 years. He pointed to President DonaldShow More Summary
As Democrats grapple with a short bench of possible candidates in 2020, the Los Angeles mayor is offering himself as part of “an impatient next generation” ready to lead.
Mayor Eric Garcetti was only half-joking when he said he would have liked for the new LA Original pop-up shop to be housed in City Hall in downtown Los Angeles. “Only I don’t think we would have gotten quite the foot traffic,” he said. The compact 340-square-foot retail space shouldn’t have that...
Remember this one? To the editor: Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and County Supervisor Hilda Solis in December announced the creation of a $10-million legal aid fund to “hire lawyers to defend local
Mike Allen: “Here’s something unusual and refreshing: There are two highly ambitious Democrats who don’t even bother hiding their strong desire to run in 2020 — and to reshape the party: Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and New Orleans Mayor [...]
Eric Garcetti, the enormously popular Mayor of Los Angeles, is "seriously considering" throwing his hat in the ring for the 2020 Presidential race... multiple sources connected to Garcetti tell TMZ. Garcetti just announced he's not going to run for…
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says he will not run for governor of California. Garcetti tweeted his decision Sunday, saying he wants to continue to serve in Los Angeles because he's passionate about his city and family. The 46-year-old decisively won a second four-year term in March. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Sunday that he's ruled out running for California governor in 2018 but remained mum on his prospects as a potential U.S. presidential candidate.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Sunday that he won’t run for governor of California. “We have a lot of work left to do to build a stronger city, state and nation, and I know I can best build on our progress here in L.A.,” he said on Twitter. “I am passionate about my city and my family;...