A lifelong advocate reflects on the philosophy that fueled the late congressman’s pursuit of justice.
It doesn’t take the wisdom of hindsight to know that the way state and local officials barreled ahead with reopening would lead to disaster.
To break the corporate grip on our food, we need to stop looking to fields far away and look closer to home.
Ahead of Thursday’s Democratic debates, Golden State native Manuel Pastor offers a primer for the presidential hopefuls.
Two of the biggest shockers happened in Los Angeles and Orange counties, in races that have historically drawn the most conservative voters: sheriff and district attorney.
Marvin Miller, who freed Major League Baseball players from virtual serfdom, would be angry as hell at the team’s behavior in Boston.
50 years after his death, Martin Luther King Jr.’s teaching on nonviolent direct action are as relevant as ever.
Perhaps no year in living memory presented greater challenges and opportunities to the press than 2017, and Capital & Main was no exception.
The political journey between good intentions and the statute book was twisted even by Sacramento standards in 2017. But there was more — much more.