One big question will be whether Biden is as willing as his predecessor to use his far-reaching presidential powers to reshape policy.
County sources say the Board of Supervisors is trying to balance the health crisis with economic considerations.
A conversation with dean and law professor Erwin Chemerinsky on the latest impeachment and on what happens next.
After Trump, can Americans bridge a chasm of political beliefs to meet halfway on immigration issues?
Immigrant rights advocates claim that the abuses of the criminal legal system parallel institutional injustices against migrants.
Vons and other supermarkets will soon start replacing their delivery drivers with gig service contractors.
Trump’s education secretary seemed to be at war with the idea of public education. How much can Joe Biden roll back her legacy?
Nearly 70 videos of detainee testimony serve as evidence of crimes committed against immigrant children.
A book written by the “Erin Brockovich of sewage” is a call to find common ground for clean water and other environmental justice causes.
Even in the face of catastrophic changes to the environment, fossil fuel interests continue to advance their agenda in the Golden State.
L.A. County is projected to see an 86% increase in chronic homelessness by 2023.
A 204-bed hospital in L.A.’s Mid-Wilshire district is shuttering, despite the city’s need for intensive care beds for COVID-19 patients.
California’s workplace safety agency has received complaint after complaint about COVID-related cases fueled by lax labor protections.
The state’s slow-footed distribution of COVID-19 shots is the result first and foremost of a federal botch-job of the highest order.
On Wednesday photographer Ted Soqui covered a clash between 500 pro-Trumpers and counterprotesters. The melee turned out to be a sideshow to the riot at the U.S. Capitol.
New Mexico is facing a drier than normal winter — its reservoirs are nearly tapped out. And things are going to get worse.
Dorian Warren of Washington, D.C.’s Community Change was preparing to celebrate the Georgia Senate wins. Then everything changed.
Today’s attack on the Capitol was not only predictable; it was the very quintessence of Trumpism.
More than 40% of New Mexico’s income relies on oil and gas, leaving the state vulnerable to the industry’s boom and bust cycle.