Will Gov. Newsom sign a bill that would require employers to rehire service workers laid off in hotels, airports and event centers?
Mark Kreidler speaks to Keisha Banks, an events server at Hollywood’s Chateau Marmont Hotel, about layoffs and Assembly Bill 3216.
Images from the inferno threatening an historical observatory and a billion dollars worth of communications equipment.
If California’s new governor had looked too good to be true in his first months in office, environmentalists would soon learn the truth.
Donors to a campaign claiming to represent small shopkeepers and homeowners include North America’s largest freight railroad network, two New York real estate giants and one of Earth’s richest men.
Protests over the killing of George Floyd have hastened teachers union calls to remove police from Los Angeles’ public school campuses.
What happens in one DA’s race could set the course for the future of law enforcement in America.
A bill to reform the Department of Toxic Substances Control has been a long time coming, but will Governor Newsom sign it?
Mark Kreidler speaks to Kirsten Tobey, co-founder of Oakland’s Revolution Foods.
A key voting bloc in swing state Wisconsin has ample reason to feel disenchanted with the political process.
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Even before the pandemic, ICE consistently failed to provide adequate medical care to detainees on its flights — with dire outcomes.
Incluso antes de la pandemia, ICE fracasó sistemáticamente en brindar atención médica adecuada a los detenidos en sus aviones — provocando graves problemas.
Tenants impacted by the pandemic still face mounting debt and possible eviction in the new year.
Battleground states, including Florida, Arizona, North Carolina and Ohio, saw dramatic increases in the number of uninsured.
A UCLA study says that over a three-month period, three age groups of Latino workers suffered a nearly five-fold increase in death rates.
Mark Kreidler speaks to Marlene Mendoza, a server of 32 years at Los Angeles International Airport for HMS Host.
The real estate industry is a powerhouse opponent of rent control in California politics. But tenant activists are upping their electoral game.
A new report attacks L.A.’s systemic racism and lays out a roadmap for transformation centered in racial equality.