A new study, citing historical precedent, claims 42 percent of recent layoffs will result in permanently lost jobs.
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There are signs that another foreclosure crisis may be looming in this swing state.
The deaths of young, previously healthy COVID patients show the danger of ignoring personal safety precautions.
Trumpers, conspiracists and anti-vaxxers attack shelter-in-place orders: “I can’t just work, work, work and watch Netflix!”
The firings of company whistleblowers, Tim Bray wrote, were further evidence “of a vein of toxicity running through the company’s culture.”
How a safety net became “a house of cards” under the economics of a pandemic.
As the pandemic’s cruelest month gave way to the merry month of May, Los Angeles was filled with demands and unrest.
Two Kaiser RNs look back on a week of having to use “reprocessed” N95 masks. Meanwhile, COVID cases have leveled off.
The Trump administration says no to family immigration, but yes to guest workers.
Amid a raging pandemic, immigrant detainees say they are double bunked in cells and that guards don’t wear protective equipment.
Los Angeles reports that its county’s low-income COVID deaths are triple the number of those of wealthier neighborhoods.
The 60-day ban, which originally targeted all forms of immigration, now freezes the issuing of green cards.
Everything from chronic physician shortages to the county’s political culture seemed aligned against a rapid response to the virus.
As pandemic-driven unemployment figures skyrocket, the once-unthinkable is being discussed: A universal basic income for Americans.
A new report shows that some American billionaires are making substantial gains during the global health crisis.
With the pandemic showing no signs of slowing, nurses at Peter Sidhu’s hospital are allowed to bring in their own masks from home.
From health care workers to immigrant detainees, efforts to acquire protective face coverings are complicated by bureaucratic resistance.
The ongoing threat of vector-borne disease is reshaping our understanding of the dangers of a warming climate.
San Francisco’s early lockdown spared it from the brunt of COVID-19, but the city has failed to shelter its homeless during the crisis.
“The public should not think one location is safer than the other,” says the county’s health department.