While the state is flush with record fossil fuel revenues, key legislators oppose full funding of state agencies that police the industry.
Chesa Boudin became district attorney to reform the criminal justice system. Is he the scapegoat for the city’s woes?
The acclaimed op-ed contributing writer to the N.Y. Times and L.A. Times examines the past, present and future of racialized housing policy.
The Labor Department is readying a rule that could allow millions more Americans to earn additional wages.
An ‘onslaught’ of school protest aims to do what California’s government has struggled to achieve: keep students safe.
While most producers dramatically increased their reporting, the state’s largest natural gas producer’s numbers haven’t budged.
King went to Memphis, where he was killed, to support African American garbage workers, who were on strike to protest unsafe conditions, abusive white supervisors and low wages.
Before he was a leading man, the legendary actor proved himself in tough, no frills genre films that brought a new kick to Hollywood.
New state protocols allow health care workers who test positive but are asymptomatic to immediately return to work.
“Hungry at the Table” singles out pay and conditions at grocery giant, whose profits have soared during the pandemic.
First-in-the-nation legislation takes aim at egregious violations in the fashion industry.
Agricultural workers in New York just formed the state’s first farmworker union, but a new law guaranteeing overtime protections and organizing rights for the first time has been delayed.
The activist discusses how to keep communities safe without policing as we know it.
A debate on voting rights seems destined to irrelevance, as the Biden agenda remains stalled out.
Nirvana manager-turned-activist Danny Goldberg shares lessons from the intersection of celebrity and the 2020 presidential campaign.
They understand the need to extend sick leave. They have the money. Do they have the will?
Two scholars on a power more transformative than markets or government: people.
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