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One survey found that 80 percent of one encampment’s residents reported having a diagnosed mental illness.
Classifying immigrants as “arriving aliens” allows the government to deny them a chance for release from detention.
Baby boomers are criticized by younger, debt-burdened Americans frustrated by economic inequality. But many boomers are also hurting.
Pull back the curtain on the Trump economy and you’ll find a nation where income inequality is rising to become the new normal.
Detainees have lodged a complaint concerning “abuses, atrocities, violations of human rights, racism and hate.”
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Our reporting began with the Los Angeles teachers strike and included coverage of the immigration, housing and climate crises.
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Oakland’s homeless groups and local government are struggling to find common ground. The process has not been easy.
“Our administration will look like America,” the presidential contender tells Capital & Main. “We have got to undo the racism and xenophobia of the Trump administration.”
For Indians who are not part of a casino-connected tribe, life on the state’s reservations and rancherias can be a hardscrabble existence.
Ahead of Thursday’s Democratic debates, Golden State native Manuel Pastor offers a primer for the presidential hopefuls.
Test your knowledge about inequities in the nation’s most populous state.
A deeply funded lobbying group led by a former Hillary Clinton aide is out to kill Medicare for All. Its ideological roots run back to the Truman era.