Food insecurity skyrockets in the key battleground state.
A new Los Angeles program distributes farm-fresh food to struggling families.
The crisis has hit marginalized communities especially hard, deepening inequities in access to housing and child care.
From corporations to street vendors to mariachi tailors, entrepreneurs face huge challenges.
More than 2 million Californians have recently lost their jobs and many are now without health coverage.
Policies for PPE (personal protective equipment) have become streamlined, but a fear of cross-contamination remains.
A trio of Democratic lawmakers is attempting to correct Congress’ omission of undocumented workers from the CARES Act.
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Americans stricken by COVID-19 face another pandemic threat: crushing medical bills.
California struggles to protect its health care workers as they fight the pandemic.
California now has 19,472 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 541 deaths.
Despite warnings from public health experts, ICE still holds nearly 35,000 detainees in close quarters.
Unclear policies and protective equipment shortages are stirring heated confrontations in the hallways of Kaiser Permanente hospitals.
Some neighbors support the Reclaimers with donations of food and clothing. Others are loudly opposed to their presence.
For registered nurse Peter Sidhu, every work shift is hand-to-hand combat with a virus that sickens – and kills — more Californians daily.
SB 943 would expand the state’s Paid Family Leave program, extending benefits to parents impacted by school closures.
“I’m here fighting for my community,” said Eva García, who had come to a Food Not Rent protest in Boyle Heights.
Cheering the clear skies of the COVID-19 epoch is a little like celebrating the return of wildlife to Chernobyl’s exclusion zone.
Critics charge that the poor and people of color will be left out
“How are you going to pay for it?,” a standard retort to Medicare for All, seems to have melted away. Today, how can we not pay for it?
With ridership in free fall, transit agencies face a long road back to normalcy.