A state secret comes into the open: how inflation targets the poor.
Compared with 60 years ago, workers are getting less and shareholders are getting more — sometimes a lot more.
Oil production and rhetoric are up — but jobs and investments? Not so much.
Democracy would flourish as new voters flexed their strength, says veteran columnist E.J. Dionne, co-author of a proposal to make voting the law.
As L.A. County unveils the most ambitious ‘free money’ program to date, studies show they help participants regain control of their lives.
The pandemic exposed the huge economic and social impact of not having reliable internet access. Now advocates are seeking to finally close the digital divide.
L.A. County’s labor federation, spurred by the pandemic, will launch a massive mutual aid initiative to address hunger, housing insecurity and other community needs.
The state senator says ‘we’re starting to break through’ on expanding the safety net for all Californians.
Gaps in environmental regulations may leave communities at risk of exposure to the toxic industrial compound.
Republicans’ witness in Ketanji Brown Jackson nomination linked to group that fueled the insurrection.
Fossil fuel companies are pushing for investment in emission-reducing technologies critics say are unproven or even harmful.
Exploring income inequality in the land of milk and money.
As billionaires blast off into space, Americans increasingly support federal and state wealth taxes.
The author says we should keep our eyes on the dark money donors animating the far right.
Will the city finally hold banks responsible for failing to serve the community?
Counting those who don’t want to be seen, in order to keep them alive.
Critics maintain that short legislative sessions hinder lawmakers’ ability to address significant policy issues.
Despite campaign promises, Biden hasn’t slowed down Trump’s ‘main engine of deportation.’
The long-time activist talks about the El Sereno community’s struggle for autonomy in the midst of a global pandemic.
Two years on, with mandates lifting, what’s changed about COVID — and what hasn’t.