Behind the billion-dollar fashion industry in LA lies an underbelly of exploited workers receiving less than minimum wage and working in sweatshop conditions. Despite state law mandating that all garment workers must be paid at least the minimum wage, many allege that they don’t even get half of the designated amount.
For around a decade, the LAPD has been using data-driven policing methods to prevent property crime. Crime rates however have largely remained steady across the city but the black community is disproportionately being targeted by the police.
A third of California's hospitals employ workers who are not vaccinated against the flu increasing chances of people contracting the disease after they visit a hospital.
A fifth of California's hospital buildings are likely to collapse in the event of an earthquake measuring more than 7.0 on the Richter scale. Many more unlikely to be operational later.
Space enthusiasts from across the world met today at Los Angeles to discuss ways to promote space exploration and to build human settlements on the moon.
[Re-publication] Forced Out: In Exposition Park, Residents Face Likely Eviction to Make Room For ‘The Fig’
How a community of around 70 working-class people are facing evictions to make way for a real-estate project to build a luxury residential-cum-commercial complex.
Facing a high dropout rate, LAUSD creates inclusive arts programs for students experiencing social and economic problems.
A story on a community of around 70 people facing evictions to make way for a real-estate project to build a luxury residential-cum-commercial complex.
A social media post by USC student Sydney Nguyen alleged that a Lyft driver dumped her and her companions in the middle of the I-10 freeway more than five miles from their destination around 1 a.m on Friday.
Across Los Angeles County, homeless people are working to make their voices heard in the political sphere. This is one such story.
In the early 1990s a few ambitious politicians rejected redistribution for a ‘new capitalism’ based on equal opportunities and the free market. Some people became filthy rich and others turned to grassroots politics. Sound familiar?