New York Times]

  • Two early-morning earthquakes jolted the Los Angeles area on Monday. [New York Times]

  • The Huntington museum’s leadership was white for a century, but now it’s grappling with a lack of people of color among its leadership. [Los Angeles Times]

  • The Washington Post Opinion section explored why California’s population boom has stalled. It found that people are moving to other states, people are not having as many babies, and fewer migrants are arriving. [Washington Post]

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