Gov. Newsom’s revised budget puts programs aimed at addressing disparities in access to vital services on the chopping block.
The activist-writer was deeply planted in the here and now: What was at stake. What still needed to be done. What we couldn’t lose sight of.
COVID-19 is spreading throughout central Washington state. One agricultural county has the highest infection rate on the West Coast.
People say they care about climate. So why don’t they vote like it?
The lights are going out in America’s rural hospitals and clinics at the moment they are most needed.
A community coalition employs an alternative approach at an Alabama bus plant.
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The 60-day ban, which originally targeted all forms of immigration, now freezes the issuing of green cards.
In a Capital & Main interview, State Controller Betty Yee casts doubt about the prospects for Prop. 13 reform and other initiatives.
The five-year cleanup of a lead-contamination zone is a story of confusion, shifting goalposts, missed deadlines and bloated budgets.
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Demands for safer working conditions and extra hourly hazard pay during the pandemic are powering a strike wave in the Yakima Valley.
A new study, citing historical precedent, claims 42 percent of recent layoffs will result in permanently lost jobs.
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There are signs that another foreclosure crisis may be looming in this swing state.
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A new history by the author of City of Quartz examines the time and place of his own early activism.
Trumpers, conspiracists and anti-vaxxers attack shelter-in-place orders: “I can’t just work, work, work and watch Netflix!”
The new documentary on renewable energy is under fire from environmentalists for being “full of misinformation.”
The firings of company whistleblowers, Tim Bray wrote, were further evidence “of a vein of toxicity running through the company’s culture.”
How a safety net became “a house of cards” under the economics of a pandemic.
As the pandemic’s cruelest month gave way to the merry month of May, Los Angeles was filled with demands and unrest.