SoCal’s massive economic engine serves global shipping interests, but a study finds some residents and workers are being left behind.
An interview with Roy Bahat, the renegade venture capitalist who believes in labor unions.
A new report from the Forest Service blames climate change for record-setting fires, but fails to mention the fossil fuel industry.
A giant federal contractor’s failure to abide by a settlement is building pressure for Biden to take action.
The uneven impact of the pandemic has fallen heaviest on the most vulnerable students in the state.
If the Legislature does not approve the bill by Thursday, a similar initiative will proceed to the November ballot.
With knowledge of personal details, ICE imposters have coaxed thousands of dollars from fearful relatives of detainees.
Advocates say big telecom proposals could water down the state’s ambitious effort to connect 98% of residents by 2026.
As Roe v. Wade falls, a new podcast immerses listeners in the harrowing experiences of those seeking abortion, and the network of doctors, nurses and clergy helping them.
Psychotherapist Stuart Perlman’s portraits capture the humanity of those living on the streets.
Opponents say the plan would worsen pollution and build momentum for more industrial projects near the fragile coastline.
Wildland firefighters have been sounding the alarm on a lack of accessible housing. Is anyone listening?
Wildfires loom all over, but the rural counties with poor and elderly residents face the greatest threats.
A new California initiative may make a real difference in reducing the mountain of plastic refuse.
In-home care is a growing necessity across the state. When will counties treat it that way?
The legislation would increase fines for violations at long last, but is getting heavy pushback.
Immigrant youth activist Juliana Macedo do Nascimento on the good and bad about DACA.
The planes reconfigure from “ultra-luxurious” aircraft for athletes to mass deportation machines for migrants.
The proposed legislation would direct the state’s public pension funds to cease investment in oil, gas and coal companies.
A store in Anaheim, California becomes the latest to organize amid a national wave of dissent against the java giant.