A collection of holiday themed “fractoids” recently promoted New Mexico’s oil and gas industry. Many suffered from a lack of facts.
Immigration, the outgoing president’s signal issue, could be his gravy train after he leaves the White House.
Joe Biden’s biggest challenge lies at the U.S.-Mexico border, where an estimated 67,000 migrants are stranded.
One big question will be whether Biden is as willing as his predecessor to use his far-reaching presidential powers to reshape policy.
County sources say the Board of Supervisors is trying to balance the health crisis with economic considerations.
Vons and other supermarkets will soon start replacing their delivery drivers with gig service contractors.
Trump’s education secretary seemed to be at war with the idea of public education. How much can Joe Biden roll back her legacy?
Nearly 70 videos of detainee testimony serve as evidence of crimes committed against immigrant children.
A book written by the “Erin Brockovich of sewage” is a call to find common ground for clean water and other environmental justice causes.
From street protests to COVID coverage to wildfires and beyond, our photographers were in the thick of the action.
The coronavirus lowered greenhouse gas emissions, but at year’s end global CO₂ concentrations are still at record levels.
Mark Kreidler speaks with Dr. Coley King, director of homeless health care at Venice Family Clinic.
A roundup of Capital & Main videos that captured a year on fire.
Joe Biden faces a divided Congress, but his first 100 days in office could see a big rollback of President Trump’s immigration restrictions.
Grocery store owners are making huge profits — frontline employees, not so much.
A look at L.A.’s best and worst year.
She has heard no plan for a federal relief package that might somehow lessen her burden. And, hotel worker Liliana Hernandez says, the whole notion of a vaccine getting the country back on track might be way too late for her and her colleagues. In a state of inequity, relief remains elusive.
Michelle Burton of the Community Health Councils discusses the systemic and pervasive racism that lies at the root of a deep distrust of the health care system among African Americans.
Advocates hope the use of eminent domain can become a new model for generating affordable urban housing.