Public prosecution ‘a great model’ for future suits against polluters.
Tip to journalists: COP27 and food price inflation are part of the same story.
As advocates and academics question the impact of flights over neighborhoods, police departments lack persuasive evidence of crime-fighting effectiveness.
The Union of Southern Service Workers is organizing food service, retail and health care workers through direct action against low wages and historical racism.
The aftereffects of the pandemic are likely to depress homeownership rates for Black and Latino households in California.
As a warming planet brings economic tensions to a boil, following the money can reveal some critical stories.
Economists say fines are far cheaper than hiring staff. Kaiser says the union creates crises.
With Newsom’s environmental legacy in the balance, legislators are intensely pushing bills that advance the governor’s priorities.
COVID-19 ravaged Indigenous tribes in New Mexico. State and federal data reveal how a long legacy of uranium exposure may have made them uniquely vulnerable.
A state bill is poised to improve pay and conditions for more than 550,000 California workers. But is Gov. Newsom lovin’ it?
Democratic activists say they must flip state houses to block rogue actors.
Historian Timothy Shenk talks about dynamic ‘realigners’ who combine passion, discipline and vision to mobilize masses.
Critics say the lessons of COVID-19 have not been heeded in the U.S. response to the latest viral threat.
Striking Kaiser therapist says patients stuck without appointments ‘don’t have that backup.’
Her patients are waiting months for therapy. ‘This strike is not about money,’ says Sacramento therapist Jane Kostka.
Resolutions calling for companies to align their political spending with stated values gain ground.