Featured Presentation: http://bit.ly/2lhvpjM A 2016 study by Researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College and the Medical Group Management Association found that physicians and their staff spend between 6 and 12 hours per week processing and reporting quality metrics to the government - at a cost of $15.4 billion a year.
The Los Angeles District Attorney's office determined Tuesday that officers who shot Ezell Ford in South Los Angeles in 2014 acted in self-defense and will not be charged criminally. The decision, revealed in a news release, brings to a close the family's push to see officers prosecuted for what they called an unjust shooting.
KPCC found some of the more iconic images of damage from the devastating Northridge earthquake of 1994 and wondered what was rebuilt and what was changed. KPCC Photographer Maya Sugarman spent weeks looking for the original sites and reproducing the shots from the days after the quake as closely as possible.