For the first time, they could qualify as employees and enjoy benefits and rights that have been off-limits for years.
A guide to three key Golden State ballot proposals.
A quarter of 1,500 Kaiser clinicians surveyed in California said they had patients who could not access care in their primary language.
The governor's stated opposition is based on a procedural point that is moot, bill supporters say.
Striking Kaiser Permanente mental health workers say children may suffer even more than adults from delays in treatment.
With knowledge of personal details, ICE imposters have coaxed thousands of dollars from fearful relatives of detainees.
David Bacon spent three decades capturing the experiences of laborers, their treatment and where they came from.
Will Gov. Gavin Newsom expand food aid to help those he touted during the pandemic?
Affluent Californians flock to the region, creating a classic housing crisis, only more so.
Allegations of racial discrimination at Elon Musk's flagship auto factory trigger major lawsuit by state of California.
Migrant advocates are heartened by Biden's pledge to reverse many of Trump’s signature actions—but want him to go much further.
The president promises to sue his way to a second term. How far can his case go?
Are peaceful protesters at Adelanto Detention Center being tear-gassed and pepper-sprayed?
Empowered by a 2016 law, the state is quietly transforming the way Californians vote.
Co-published by Fast Company The ability to force the rich to pay their taxes is at least as monumental a challenge as the political project to...
Co-published by the American Prospect Prisons have been called universities of crime. What if they became, instead, actual universities?
“The best practices of psychotherapy state that patients should be seen weekly or every other week,” says one clinical psychologist. But at Kaiser, his average patient...
Gavin Newsom’s gubernatorial campaign was buoyed by his aggressive position on a single-payer system. Now comes the question: How far can--or will--Newsom take it?
Framing Prop. 11 as necessary to protect public safety was a strong argument, but it didn’t help that the opposition failed to file paperwork in time...
Supporters describe Proposition 11 as necessary to ensure public safety, but EMT workers describe grueling 12-hour shifts in which crew members can often go eight hours...