The nation’s largest hospital chain faces a lawsuit alleging it failed to protect employees.
Mark Kreidler speaks to Eileen Saltman, a worker at Reem’s California, a restaurant and bakery in Oakland.
What California’s nursing home COVID crisis can teach us about taking better care of essential health workers.
In an eleventh hour move, Sacramento extended the statewide eviction moratorium for renters suffering COVID-related hardships.
Are COVID deaths going unreported? Or has living on the street become more dangerous?
While many struggle in the shadow of COVID-19, CEO compensation has never been so good.
Frank Lara, a teacher in San Francisco’s Mission District, discusses the challenges of distance learning as the fall semester begins.
Defenders of L.A.’s public health chief see a fierce advocate for equity but many question her record and leadership style.
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The dual public health and economic crisis has driven Native American leaders to ponder diversifying gaming-dependent tribal economies.
Could lives have been saved if the state had a 90-day supply of PPE on hand when COVID-19 erupted?
The headless-chicken days of March. Zoom crashes. Parents against PPE. And yet teacher stress levels are returning to normal.
Middle school is where many students branch out academically. Some seem to thrive online, while others have “dropped off the map.”
Teachers are trying new ways to make online learning work. Getting students to turn on their screens can sometimes be the hardest part.
This week a new series examines the fears and frustrations of teachers facing a new year of distance learning.
While some kids spend class time looking at age-inappropriate YouTube videos, their teachers search for ways to connect with them.
The rural county of Tulare has become a hotspot for the virus, with Latino communities and essential workers hit especially hard.
How Florida Has Become the Epicenter of ICE’s Shameful COVID Response
Demonstrators call for the mass release of prisoners and immigrant detainees in the name of public health.
In less than two months, over half the inmates of San Quentin have become infected with the coronavirus.
A Bay Area rent strike could be a harbinger of tenant unrest as California prepares for an eviction tsunami triggered by the pandemic.