Cervantes, a progressive policy expert, explains what has and hasn’t changed for immigrant workers under the Biden administration.
Tribes struggling to rebuild after Hurricane Ida were surprised when the Biden administration reopened oil and gas leasing.
A significant portion of eligible water systems haven’t yet applied for funds meant to help customers, despite a Dec. 6 deadline.
The state is waiting for a federal court case to be resolved before implementing regulations meant to prevent further deaths.
The unpopular proposal promotes a fuel that may cause more harm to the environment than it’s worth to produce.
Major hotel chains are considering making daily room cleaning an exception rather than the norm.
The model is expanding in California and nationally and includes a democratic approach that involves parents, teachers and staff.
Detained immigrants are at risk on ICE Air’s charters, which face minimal regulation by aviation watchdog agencies.
Democratic Assemblymember Ash Kalra is proposing a bill to jump-start the process, but Big Medicine will fight to kill it.
The EWG tap water database brings into focus challenges facing underserved communities grappling with drinking water contamination.
The “insidious” expansion is creating new physical and psychological harms, advocates say.
Photojournalist Christian Monterrosa is on the ground documenting the second-largest wildfire in California’s history.
The August 20 closure comes — ironically — as state and federal lawmakers invest heavily in early childhood care and education.
An entirely different approach is needed to turn the tide on COVID vaccinations among the 18-29 group.
With case rates rising once again, businesses with everything to lose are doing what the government will not.
Photojournalist David Bacon documents the harsh lives of farmworkers in the San Joaquin Valley.
PFAS chemicals persist indefinitely in the environment and are linked to severe illnesses.
Health experts feared this would happen when mask restrictions were lifted. Now, children’s COVID rates have increased fivefold.
For Kaiser member Victor Gomez, getting help meant going out of network.
Pressure and potential legislation in California could change Amazon’s approach to workforce protection and burnout across the U.S.