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Nearly a year after Los Angeles began permitting street vendors, they are stuck between an expensive, complex permit system and the devastating penalties that come to those without a license.
A utility commissioner backs both Trump and solar energy, but his maverick reputation may not win him reelection. Georgia is changing.
In one of the wealthiest areas in the country, the Shinnecock Nation fights to survive as Thanksgiving approaches.
Mark Kreidler speaks to Jenny Wong-Swanson, a Kaiser Permanente nurse in Woodland Hills, about the pandemic’s explosion.
A new program would divert 500,000 Georgians out of the ACA exchange and nudge them into private insurance company offerings.
Trump’s education secretary seemed to be at war with the idea of public education. How much can Joe Biden roll back her legacy?
Legal observers worry a ruling against a California law could signal a willingness to undermine labor codes with ‘states’ rights’ arguments.
From the start a labor rule allowing union access to farmworkers in the field helped level the relationship between workers and growers.
Why wasn’t an African American community group allowed to make a final bid on the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza?
“We’re going into a very dark winter,” says President-elect Biden. By spring there could be nearly half a million COVID-19 American deaths.
Free COVID-19 testing provided by the City of Los Angeles at Dodger Stadium.
The actions — or inaction — of the lame duck president may further the spread of the pandemic.
Dorian Warren explains how Black America voted strategically and made Biden-Harris a reality.
Why did the Schools and Communities First initiative lose when other progressive measures passed in California?
Mark Kreidler speaks to Dr. Jeanne Noble about the new president-elect and his impact on how the country deals with COVID-19.
Los departamentos (Estrada Courts) continúan sin salida de la zona de contaminación, sin embargo, el estado no ha examinado la posible presencia de plomo en esas casas.
Who was watching the watchdogs as the cleanup of lead contamination on L.A.’s Eastside ran out of money?
As COVID-19 surges, service sector workers’ necks are again on the chopping block. Joe Biden’s new programs are 10 long weeks away.
If the president doesn’t concede his loss to Joe Biden, will there be a wave of revenge firings and appointments, plus regulatory sabotage?
The increasing volatility of the oil and gas market could loosen the industry’s grip on state politics.