Tara Kangarlou was a Masters candidate finishing her degree in Broadcast Journalism at USC Annenberg. She received her English Literature Bachelors from UCLA. She has held various positions with different major news organization as fashion editor, opinion editor, assistant producer and on-air talent. She is a frequent contributor to The Huffington Post, NBC-LA, Neon Tommy and ATVN. Born and raised in Tehran-Iran, Tara moved to the United States in her teens. She takes strong pride in her background and has worked extensively on human rights and women issues in the Middle East. She speaks multiple languages and holds expertise on Middle East and International Affairs.
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In the United States, there are twenty-five thousand teens that exit the system each year to homelessness.
The new stadium is expected to be located between the Staples Center and the Los Angeles Convention Center.
AEG released the environmental impact report for Farmers Field.
Mortgage providers, non-profit housing counselors, and banks provide free counseling to homeowners facing foreclosure.
After a long battle, the City of Los Angeles will give small businesses new tools to succeed.
The International Olympics Committee aims to increase women Olympic athletes.
The American Red Cross and Macy's brings together men and women for "Strut for Love" campaign.
The city introduced 95 new natural gas-powered buses to the Commuter Express program.
Ten years and $1.6 million later, LAX is more secure, but communication issues remain between police agencies.