Articles by Aura Bogado
Dear Neutrogena: You can’t wipe away a drought
Neutrogena's social media campaign says we can save tons of water by using its wipes to wash our faces. Reality is messier than that.
Immigrant women take a 100-mile pilgrimage to see Pope Francis
Marie Hernandez of Los Angeles, who joined the march, talks about why she traveled to bring the immigration issue onto the papal agenda.
Climate activists help stop deportations at Tacoma detention center
A human-chain blockade brings together a coalition spanning immigration rights and the environment.
In the new Walking Dead spinoff, black lives don’t matter
AMC's new "Fear the Walking Dead" saves the grossest violence for its black characters -- and makes a mockery of Los Angeles diversity.