Does a crackdown loom for hundreds of homeless people?
How the American economy has left many behind and rewarded the few.
Is it too late for L.A. County to learn from its pandemic mistakes?
Pandemic restrictions are ending, whether we’re ready or not.
For millions in the Golden State, economic inequality brings a different kind of peril to daily life.
As American wealth gets concentrated among a smaller number of cities and corporations, many communities are fighting to hold on.
But teachers and their allies are fighting back in Arizona, Kentucky and elsewhere.
Biden talked the talk on border policy during the campaign, but has been a different guy since becoming president.
A new initiative to turn bottles from New Orleans’ drinking spots into tiny particles of sand has raised hopes of a green transformation.
From The Guardian and Covering Climate Now
More than a year after a shuttered drilling site in the middle of a South L.A. neighborhood was deemed unsafe, it remains a risk for residents.
Plans to dredge a fragile Gulf Coast estuary and Superfund site are being ‘fast-tracked’ in a rush to export Permian oil to Europe
The statewide competition awarded Capital & Main the top prize for online investigative reporting.
With a full reopening less than a month away, 60% of the state’s Latino population remains unvaccinated.
In the first three months of 2021, the petroleum industry spent over $4.3 million lobbying Sacramento.
The city of Clovis was found to be in violation of state housing laws.
Inside the movement to bring mental health care, not law enforcement, to people in psychiatric distress.
State officials want the petroleum industry to cut ozone-causing pollutants, but say understaffing will make enforcement tricky.
Low-wage workers face big unpaid bills from the pandemic.
The political gridlock behind the transit gridlock.