Republicans open another front in the culture wars—but shoot at the wrong target.
A $15 per hour minimum wage increase was stripped from the economic stimulus package. But the fight to raise the wage has just begun.
Shoring up working conditions at the bottom of the economy will be a priority for state political leaders. A new report could shape policy.
One of the state’s most polluted counties is poised to rubber stamp new oil and gas wells for decades to come—putting its most vulnerable residents at risk.
HVAC standards are the elephant in the living room of debates over reopening classrooms. Many schools can’t afford needed upgrades.
Vons and other supermarkets will soon start replacing their delivery drivers with gig service contractors.
Gov. Gavin Newsom says schools can reopen safely, but many campuses can’t meet the state’s most recent guidelines for being open.
Capital & Main Exclusive: A visual journal of daily life inside a small city of asylum seekers along the Rio Grande.
A book written by the “Erin Brockovich of sewage” is a call to find common ground for clean water and other environmental justice causes.
This week a sweeping immigration reform bill is to be introduced in the House of Representatives.
Rideshare companies spent $203M to pass a California measure limiting driver rights. A lawsuit says its fine print could block unions.
While California struggles to distribute COVID-19 shots, Latino Los Angeles takes a hit.
How Joe Biden could bring much-needed change to America.
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.
A conversation with dean and law professor Erwin Chemerinsky on the latest impeachment and on what happens next.