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A new report attacks L.A.’s systemic racism and lays out a roadmap for transformation centered in racial equality.
The fight for a seat on the Railroad Commission of Texas may just be the most important environmental election in the country.
The nation’s largest hospital chain faces a lawsuit alleging it failed to protect employees.
On Saturday, Los Angeles sheriff’s deputies faced angry demonstrators in 100-plus-degree heat.
An Ethiopian-born labor leader takes stock of his movement, Trump, the immigration crisis and police reform.
Mark Kreidler speaks to Eileen Saltman, a worker at Reem’s California, a restaurant and bakery in Oakland.
Three migrant workers recall the adversity they faced when they arrived to resurrect New Orleans. Many workers who came in Hurricane Katrina’s wake still face those conditions today.
The election looms for Arizonans living at an increasingly militarized border.
The Trump administration has suspended family visa applications – and Trump has ordered an end to the census count three weeks early.
Many progressive electeds have ignored an initiative that would revise California’s constitution to assess commercial property at higher rates.
What California’s nursing home COVID crisis can teach us about taking better care of essential health workers.
In an eleventh hour move, Sacramento extended the statewide eviction moratorium for renters suffering COVID-related hardships.
Are COVID deaths going unreported? Or has living on the street become more dangerous?
While many struggle in the shadow of COVID-19, CEO compensation has never been so good.
Frank Lara, a teacher in San Francisco’s Mission District, discusses the challenges of distance learning as the fall semester begins.
Why climate advocates say funding the unproven technology is a costly mistake.
Defenders of L.A.’s public health chief see a fierce advocate for equity but many question her record and leadership style.
Co-published by L.A. Taco
At least a dozen White House figures have ties to racist and anti-immigrant groups. But there’s a long history of this.
At least 12 past and present Trump administration staffers have ties to neo-Nazi and anti-immigrant hate groups.
Could Trump’s effort to tackle the opioid crisis be overshadowed by his handling of COVID?