Proponents of a regulatory exemption claim it would protect small operators. But large oil companies would see the most benefit.
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As COVID-19 restrictions expire, advocates for the unhoused worry that the Echo Park sweep will become a model for the city.
The Johnson & Johnson pause threatens to exacerbate vaccination hesitancy.
Critics say the Oakland A’s waterfront development would cost port jobs and increase pollution and traffic.
Dr. Rochelle Walensky’s comments underscore how ethnicity and economic inequity place heavy thumbs on the scale of health outcomes.
A small band of white power militants and Trump supporters rallied in Huntington Beach Sunday – and were met by far more counter protesters.
Thirteen months after the coronavirus ground everything to a halt, California’s ballparks are navigating their way through reopenings.
The crushing defeat of an organizing drive at Amazon points to the formidable legal barriers facing America’s labor movement.
Kids are more susceptible to new coronavirus strains, leading some experts to rethink their stance on reopening classrooms.
In a wide-ranging talk, the 92-year-old rebel with many causes discusses the role of activists, intellectuals and Joe Biden in America.
The impact of underground injection wells on aquifers is not well understood, but the state continues to allow their proliferation.
The “changemakers” of one Minneapolis activist group use art and community outreach to help their city understand George Floyd’s death.
It could be a case of California vs. Californians, as policy and politics clash with the latest medical information and suggested guidance.
LAUSD survey data shows most families prefer online instruction for the remainder of the school year.
Energy companies use a greenhouse gas to force out more oil in a little-known process that can bring headaches to rural communities.
A look at how L.A.’s top universities treated their students, campus workers and professional staff during the pandemic.
After years of neglect, U.S. border policy remains in crisis.
Los Angeles County’s reopening leads to anxiety for workers, families and advocates — and to hope, too.
As the trial of George Floyd’s alleged killer unfolds in Minneapolis, a nation takes a long look at itself in the mirror.
Richmond Mayor Tom Butt was publicly optimistic about a Chevron oil refinery spill. In private he offered a much more critical assessment.