Deficits in technological skills and internet access has left millions of American seniors struggling to navigate the digital world.
The rise of telehealth can either make health care more accessible or divide more communities. Which will it be in L.A. County?
Opponents say the plan would worsen pollution and build momentum for more industrial projects near the fragile coastline.
Wildfires loom all over, but the rural counties with poor and elderly residents face the greatest threats.
Divisions deepen as America waits for the official Supreme Court ruling.
'Life-changing' apprenticeship moves low-wage workers into high-paying careers.
Proterra picks up riders on the high road to a zero emission future.
The organic and vegetarian meal maker is facing a litany of complaints from employees over workplace abuses.
Glendale Water & Power says it is obligated by law to meet generation requirements — opponents say it’s ‘gaslighting.’
A developer known for building high-end housing has bought the iconic property, sparking fears of unwanted gentrification.
Three bills would give trucking companies less incentive to misclassify full-time drivers as contractors.
So far this year, eighteen states have enacted laws that limit voting access. More onerous restrictions may be on the way.
Representatives could end what critics say is an outdated, "exploitative and discriminatory" legal framework.
Inside the movement to bring mental health care, not law enforcement, to people in psychiatric distress.
How the infrastructure bill could easily be engineered to also build justice.
Critics say the Oakland A’s waterfront development would cost port jobs and increase pollution and traffic.
Pro bono law firms say L.A. court system prioritizes nonessential operations over community safety.
Translators claim working within whisper distance of defendants makes them especially vulnerable to the coronavirus.
Different sets of construction regulations allow California's charters to build without environmental oversight.
An adviser for Physicians for Human Rights says that immigrant family separation cases meet all four United Nations criteria for torture.