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.
The ongoing threat of vector-borne disease is reshaping our understanding of the dangers of a warming climate.
San Francisco’s early lockdown spared it from the brunt of COVID-19, but the city has failed to shelter its homeless during the crisis.
“The public should not think one location is safer than the other,” says the county’s health department.
A new Los Angeles program distributes farm-fresh food to struggling families.
The crisis has hit marginalized communities especially hard, deepening inequities in access to housing and child care.
From corporations to street vendors to mariachi tailors, entrepreneurs face huge challenges.
More than 2 million Californians have recently lost their jobs and many are now without health coverage.
Is grab-and-go here for the duration?
California struggles to protect its health care workers as they fight the pandemic.
California now has 19,472 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 541 deaths.
Despite warnings from public health experts, ICE still holds nearly 35,000 detainees in close quarters.
Unclear policies and protective equipment shortages are stirring heated confrontations in the hallways of Kaiser Permanente hospitals.
Some neighbors support the Reclaimers with donations of food and clothing. Others are loudly opposed to their presence.
“I’m here fighting for my community,” said Eva García, who had come to a Food Not Rent protest in Boyle Heights.
With ridership in free fall, transit agencies face a long road back to normalcy.
Restaurant workers at a Los Angeles eatery were looking forward to the high season of tips and extra hours. Then came the pandemic.
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Supermarket and pharmacy employees are “essential workers” who are still on the job. The say they need more COVID-19 protections.