Proponents of a regulatory exemption claim it would protect small operators. But large oil companies would see the most benefit.
As COVID-19 restrictions expire, advocates for the unhoused worry that the Echo Park sweep will become a model for the city.
The Johnson & Johnson pause threatens to exacerbate vaccination hesitancy.
Critics say the Oakland A’s waterfront development would cost port jobs and increase pollution and traffic.
Dr. Rochelle Walensky’s comments underscore how ethnicity and economic inequity place heavy thumbs on the scale of health outcomes.
A unionization vote could have far-reaching consequences for Amazon and America’s labor movement.
LAUSD survey data shows most families prefer online instruction for the remainder of the school year.
The Humanitarian Respite Center in McAllen, Texas, formerly a nightclub, now shelters between 200 and 300 migrants each day.
Energy companies use a greenhouse gas to force out more oil in a little-known process that can bring headaches to rural communities.
Hundreds gathered Thursday evening to protest the eviction of the unhoused community from nearby Echo Park Lake.
The city of L.A., in partnership with Councilman Paul Krekorian, has brought the first tiny home village to Los Angeles.
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In the Los Angeles area alone, 11 new tank projects are underway, mainly in communities of color.
Hundreds gathered Wednesday to protest the impending closure of Echo Park Lake, where a large houseless community currently resides.
Nancy Feinstein and Carol Rothman first started organizing older women in 2016—a demographic they see as an under-utlized resource.
New legislation requiring paid time off for COVID-related issues excludes businesses with 25 employees or less.
For many, the warehouse workers’ organizing drive is less about wages or benefits, and more about winning dignity and respect.
In Alhambra, a candlelight vigil denounces the targeting of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
Amazon, owned by the world’s richest man, has spent millions of dollars to dissuade its Bessemer workers from voting for a union.
A coalition of civil and human rights leaders, officials, and the community stood in front of the Los Angeles County Hall of Administration in the face of rising hate violence.