Resolutions calling for companies to align their political spending with stated values gain ground.
Weeks before the California Legislature considers a bill to end the prison-to-deportation pipeline, You was sent to the country his family fled when he was 4.
In praise of writer Mike Davis: prophet, burr, spellbinder and friend.
‘People’s lives haven’t really changed much. In fact, they’ve worsened around us.’
Supporters say the legislation would protect farmworkers from employer intimidation.
As the migrant population swells in Northern Mexico, expectant mothers there are being denied care and falling prey to horrific violence, according to our two-year investigation. (In partnership with Rolling Stone)
A new California initiative may make a real difference in reducing the mountain of plastic refuse.
If the Legislature does not approve the bill by Thursday, a similar initiative will proceed to the November ballot.
The industry-backed bill proposes to freeze the bond amounts that fossil fuel companies are required to put up.
The L.A. City Council’s recent approval of a hotel worker protection measure is part of a growing trend.
Los Angeles City Councilmember Kevin de León discusses new gains for some of the most invisible workers in town.
Resignations follow stories from Capital & Main and Type Investigations on faulty permitting system and under-monitoring.
When it comes to wages, baseball’s billionaires give stadium workers peanuts.
A patchwork of regulations is out of sync with the urgency of the climate crisis, experts say.
Residents challenge regulators’ claims that they can’t account for toxic oil and gas emissions in the San Joaquin Valley.
Economists caution the billion-dollar tax windfall is the boom portion of a boom-bust resource cycle.
The rise of telehealth can either make health care more accessible or divide more communities. Which will it be in L.A. County?
While state coffers overflow, some California families must make hard choices about how they survive.