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.
Vons and other supermarkets will soon start replacing their delivery drivers with gig service contractors.
Trump's education secretary seemed to be at war with the idea of public education. How much can Joe Biden roll back her legacy?
Despite ominous portents, election watchers say acts of conflict were not especially greater in number than any other election year.
And why California could see more races like this.
Co-published by NewsweekIncreasingly belligerent armed militias have vowed to appear at polling stations. But election watchers are on the case.
Many progressive electeds have ignored an initiative that would revise California's constitution to assess commercial property at higher rates.
The headless-chicken days of March. Zoom crashes. Parents against PPE. And yet teacher stress levels are returning to normal.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis can save lives, but patients seeking the medications face numerous obstacles.
Social and bureaucratic hurdles have caused unnecessary delays in obtaining what can be a lifesaving antiretroviral medication.
Protests over the killing of George Floyd have hastened teachers union calls to remove police from Los Angeles’ public school campuses.
Critics charge DeVos is exploiting a national public-health crisis to promote her agenda of privatizing public education.
Is grab-and-go here for the duration?
With ridership in free fall, transit agencies face a long road back to normalcy.