Pressure and potential legislation in California could change Amazon’s approach to workforce protection and burnout across the US.
Some local governments around the country are already mandating shots for public employees.
The bureaucratic battles over cart permitting have high stakes for Los Angeles’ 10,000 vendors.
Civic and environmental groups accuse AG Hector Balderas of improper dealings with a lawyer and longtime friend.
Immigrant rights advocate Cynthia Buiza explains Gov. Newsom’s historic plan to help immigrants receive health care.
As the state gradually emerges from the pandemic, an economic hangover lingers over the wine industry.
But teachers and their allies are fighting back in Arizona, Kentucky and elsewhere.
Questions over DTSC competency complicate taxpayer-funded plans to rehabilitate polluted properties.
The move could make it harder for landowners to sue companies that pollute water tables.
More than 50 years after I participated in the Mississippi Freedom Summer Project, the struggle for racial equality continues.
A new survey of 150,000 Americans finds private health care consistently ranks lower than public options.
Experts fear hyperlocal outbreaks in communities with low vaccination rates.
Just when Los Angeles is getting back on its feet, struggling vendors have fresh reason to worry.
The state has hit record oil and gas production, but the industry jobs outlook remains bleak.
The demise of a dynamic media ecosystem diminished L.A. but a renaissance may be underway.
As Americans celebrate Independence Day, we asked social justice activist Dorian Warren where we are as a nation, and where we might be going.
American teachers sacrifice a lot in a system that gives them very little.
Soaring rents are placing intense pressure on tenants’ incomes and pricing people out.