In praise of writer Mike Davis: prophet, burr, spellbinder and friend.
Weeks before the California Legislature considers a bill to end the prison-to-deportation pipeline, You was sent to the country his family fled when he was 4.
‘People’s lives haven’t really changed much. In fact, they’ve worsened around us.’
Supporters say the legislation would protect farmworkers from employer intimidation.
The state risks health and highway funding if it doesn’t pass regulations on oil and gas pollution.
As the migrant population swells in Northern Mexico, expectant mothers there are being denied care and falling prey to horrific violence, according to our two-year investigation. (In partnership with Rolling Stone)
A new California initiative may make a real difference in reducing the mountain of plastic refuse.
If the Legislature does not approve the bill by Thursday, a similar initiative will proceed to the November ballot.
Gloves off, departing L.A. Councilmember Mike Bonin says that’s what voters demand to know about homelessness, climate, policing and other crises.
The shipment of materials from one toxic disaster to another has prompted outcry from activists and politicians alike.
Major overhaul of labor laws circumvented by employers, say workers and advocates.
Lifting the minimum wage to $18 would elevate the earnings of 26% of the state’s workforce. What will lawmakers do?
Brian Lilla’s Children of the Vine examines the herbicide’s legacy in wine country.
Building digital infrastructure paves the way for jobs for those who need them most.
In the Central Valley, poverty and an OB-GYN shortage put some mothers and children at risk.
Oil group eyes strategy to promote in-state drilling as climate-friendly.
Lawsuit details about ‘an uncorrected culture of sexual assault and harassment’ are set to be revealed, per a recent agreement.
The industry-backed bill proposes to freeze the bond amounts that fossil fuel companies are required to put up.