An attempt by thousands of mostly Black workers to unionize at a fulfillment center gives new life to the labor movement.
New federal legislation makes the same mistake a California law did, which cost thousands of jobs.
History has shown that people-power is one of the best ways to advance rights and win protections, especially when the courts are unreliable.
If signed into law, California's AB-1993 would extend unemployment eligibility to more than 119,000 family caregivers, most of whom are low-income women of color.
In California’s most catastrophic wildfire season yet, an organization is challenging the state to hire firefighters who were previously incarcerated to help meet public safety needs.
It’s all about the incentives and weighing risks: Staying home has to be more attractive than going out.
The nation’s only state-owned bank serves as a model for how the U.S. is fighting the economic damage of the coronavirus pandemic.
The civil rights icon fiercely advocated for redistributive wealth and social democracy.