The end to decades of intractable charter warfare came courtesy of an unstoppable grassroots movement.
A bill awaiting Gov. Newsom’s signature would bar new private prison contracts. Two industry giants are already reinventing themselves.
The state might be three decades late in meeting its 2030 climate goals and more than 100 years late in hitting 2050 targets.
Armed with a state override of its rejected application, Promise Academy filed a new request. Then came the lawsuits.
Guns spewed lead dust. Child gymnasts trained. California regulators failed to act.
In the first half of the 2018-2019 school year, LAUSD called police more than 3,000 times.
An ICE investigation details days of suffering in which Kamyar Samimi pleaded for help and attempted suicide because he said the pain from methadone withdrawal was so intense.
How an agency charged with protecting public health gave talking points to the lead-battery industry.
One analysis predicts consumers would lose $460 billion between 2021 and 2026, primarily due to reversals in net fuel economy.
Researchers say low provider pay and low quality care are endemic to California’s patchwork childcare industry.
Eugene Scalia has consistently fought to undermine the very people his department is obligated to protect, and has a long history of defending corporate interests over workers’ rights.
The nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute says nearly 300,000 undocumented immigrants could be quickly deported under a new rule.
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Supporters say vacant-property taxes keep speculators from sitting on properties until they can rent or sell them for more money.
In the state’s cannabis industry, some businesses are less equal than others.
The packing of an education task force panel has diluted a highly anticipated Assembly bill reforming charter schools.
Immigration advocates say a recent announcement of ICE raids was intended by the Trump administration to create fear in immigrant communities.
Frogtown, also known as Elysian Valley, is yet another Los Angeles neighborhood being transformed by gentrification.
In the face of a landmark Supreme Court ruling, public-sector unions are creating new strategies to survive — and in many cases, to grow.