Detainees’ pleas for help from the Governor’s office have gone unheeded.
At least 2,700 people have been arrested in the city of Los Angeles for participating in protests denouncing the killing of George Floyd.
A veteran photojournalist captures one tumultuous weekend in a city gripped by angry protests against police brutality.
Even porn actors must work from home as one of the most intimate industries remains in lockdown.
Guest: Jose Martinez Gonzales, Detainee at Otay Mesa Detention Center
More than half of the county’s COVID-19 deaths have occurred at nursing homes. Where was the public health department?
COVID-19 is spreading throughout central Washington state. One agricultural county has the highest infection rate on the West Coast.
Pandemic-battered California faces another falling domino as paychecks vanish and rents come due.
A veteran photographer records the stories of Los Angeles street vendors pushed to the edge by a pandemic.
Why ICE’s immigration detention facilities throughout the country have become COVID-19 hotspots.
Guest: Anthony Alexandre, a detainee at the Otay Mesa Detention Center.
The Mayor’s Fund has raised $20 million to fund debit cards for impoverished residents hit hard by the COVID-19 economic crisis.
Demands for safer working conditions and extra hourly hazard pay during the pandemic are powering a strike wave in the Yakima Valley.
COVID-19 Death at Otay Mesa Detention Center | Guest: Anthony Alexandre, Detainee at Otay Mesa
Trumpers, conspiracists and anti-vaxxers attack shelter-in-place orders: “I can’t just work, work, work and watch Netflix!”
How a safety net became “a house of cards” under the economics of a pandemic.
As the pandemic’s cruelest month gave way to the merry month of May, Los Angeles was filled with demands and unrest.
The Trump administration says no to family immigration, but yes to guest workers.
Amid a raging pandemic, immigrant detainees say they are double bunked in cells and that guards don’t wear protective equipment.
Everything from chronic physician shortages to the county’s political culture seemed aligned against a rapid response to the virus.