As Americans celebrate Independence Day, we asked social justice activist Dorian Warren where we are as a nation, and where we might be going.
American teachers sacrifice a lot in a system that gives them very little.
Soaring rents are placing intense pressure on tenants’ incomes and pricing people out.
A new California bill will make it easier to take life-saving treatment to the people who need it most.
As the state gradually emerges from the pandemic, an economic hangover lingers over the wine industry.
Questions over DTSC competency complicate taxpayer-funded plans to rehabilitate polluted properties.
Despite Democrats’ supermajority and an environmental emergency, climate bills are hitting a wall in the California Senate.
Biden’s ban on new drilling operations on public lands has been blocked for now, but the political battle rages on.
Does a crackdown loom for hundreds of homeless people?
How the American economy has left many behind and rewarded the few.
Is it too late for L.A. County to learn from its pandemic mistakes?
Pandemic restrictions are ending, whether we’re ready or not.
For millions in the Golden State, economic inequality brings a different kind of peril to daily life.
In the poorest state in the nation, a push to cancel federal support for those out of work.
Issues with death certification have led to unreliable mortality data, leaving families, vulnerable communities and epidemiologists in the dark.
California’s “State of Emergency” gets ready for the unmasked masses.
A conversation with political scientist Karthick Ramakrishnan.
Lax enforcement and major permitting problems plague hazardous waste facilities in Los Angeles.
‘Why would I put my kids in a place where there is no future?’
Selling a product many can’t afford to use, the insurance titans are setting record profits even as the pandemic wanes.