Supermarket and pharmacy employees are “essential workers” who are still on the job. The say they need more COVID-19 protections.
The president of the Economic Policy Institute discusses the COVID-19 financial tailspin and attempts by lawmakers to mitigate the damage.
L.A.’s City Council will vote on a far-reaching aid package for workers and renters. Business groups are fighting the plan.
Even as Californians are ordered to shelter in place, renters face the prospect of homelessness.
Frontline nurses claim that a lack of both N95 masks and coronavirus testing is putting hospital populations at risk.
Classifying immigrants as “arriving aliens” allows the government to deny them a chance for release from detention.
Erwin Chemerinsky says an impeachment trial’s need to hear witnesses overrides White House claims of executive privilege.
A family of toxins known as PFAS has gotten its closeup on the silver screen via Dark Waters. Will regulators take note?
The coronavirus story involves governmental response times and political spin. But economic inequality issues also play a large part.
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Despite a surge in Michigan’s GDP, the state remains one of the most susceptible to another recession.
Will the school bond’s failure serve as a wake-up call to pass a Proposition 13 reform initiative in November?
Dorian Warren, president of the advocacy group Community Change, explains the extraordinary turnaround of Joe Biden’s presidential campaign.
Even before Wall Street’s dramatic mood swings, many Americans have been feeling left behind in the decade following the Great Recession.
By some metrics, racial disparities between blacks and whites in Minnesota are among the nation’s worst.
Unlike the rest of the country, North Carolina has seen a surge in the percentage of people living in or near poverty.
Opponents of Measure A, led by the real estate industry, have spent $1.72 million to defeat the anti-sprawl ballot initiative.
L.A. Trade-Tech’s student body resembles the blue-collar bloc that helped elect Obama.