The new ruling, a key environmental protection, will impact 30% of oil wells in the state.
A developer known for building high-end housing has bought the iconic property, sparking fears of unwanted gentrification.
Advocates propose expanded access to attorneys as a way to keep tenants in their homes.
The contest is sponsored by the Los Angeles Press Club and is one of the largest regional media contests in the nation.
Again, Gov. Newsom contradicts past public safety orders and sides with political allies.
Without adequate oversight, there is little incentive for employers to protect workers during wildfire season.
The plan has its origins with Betsy DeVos, Donald Trump’s secretary of education, and could drastically affect L.A. school budgets.
The expedited process doesn’t require Republican support and may be the best chance for reform in decades.
Sen. Joe Manchin and Rep. Henry Cuellar represent areas that have some of the highest poverty rates in the U.S.
The former plant is believed to have impacted more than 10,000 properties east of Los Angeles.
So far this year, eighteen states have enacted laws that limit voting access. More onerous restrictions may be on the way.
A sloppy stat underscores the need to watch carefully as corporate America tosses out numbers to show how it has embraced stakeholder capitalism.
From a farm in North Carolina to a desk at Duke University, Pearson now investigates how race and poverty affect public health.
Underpaid and saddled with debt, Vibez maintains a strong work ethic and a hopeful attitude.
Delinquent on her property tax payments and with no savings, Harris’ story exemplifies the widening racial income inequality gap in the U.S.
Despite gains in educational attainment and income, the wealth gap experienced by Black Americans is persistent.
As the Delta variant rages, caregivers face dual battles against the virus and burnout.
The civil rights activist is remembered for fighting on behalf of the most vulnerable.
The drastic increase in permits comes at a time when climate science shows that new drilling and production should be winding down.
The second-largest metropolitan area in the U.S. is in limbo — and wasting time.