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
Capital & Main’s founding editor-in-chief is stepping down after ten years at the helm.
Can California dodge the latest surge?
California workers say McDonald’s and other fast food chains repeatedly disregarded pandemic safety precautions.
Critics accuse the medical provider of not matching the level of its treatment of mental illnesses with that of its care for physical health.
Co-published by Fast Company
News that focuses only on energy production numbers and not the effects of petroleum gushing from wells is typical of oil and gas reporting.
How the infrastructure bill could easily be engineered to also build justice.
It’s been a particularly brutal few days for America’s COVID-19 vaccination campaign, most recently due to the Johnson & Johnson rollout.
Some workers fear revealing their undocumented status at vaccination sites. It takes the spread of only a few stories to stoke those fears.
Rethinking our parks to bridge gaps in equity and access to public outdoor spaces.
The oil company behind a spill in Inglewood is headed by a powerful lobbying official who’s fighting tougher regulations.