New study finds that PrEP, a daily pill that prevents transmission of the virus, is used by fewer than 8% of gay and bisexual men.
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Violence by a mob of Trump supporters was predictable, he says, warning that the instability could continue in the days to come.
Scholars from Urban Planning, Luskin Center for Innovation and Institute of Transportation Studies join cross-campus effort to find climate solutions
“Today’s winning coalition of voters will continue to shape American politics,” she writes after Gov. Newsom’s groundbreaking elevation of Latino and Black leaders.
The L.A. mayor will not join the Joe Biden administration, but “this is not a time to write Eric Garcetti’s obituary. Biden remembers his friends, and Garcetti is his friend.”
If confirmed, Rep. Deb Haaland would become the first Native American to hold a Cabinet position.
Low-income, non-white and immigrant communities are severely harmed by diminished transit services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Undeterred by recent defeats, California lawmakers unveil package of bills calling for expansion of affordable housing.
UCLA study recommends Congress prioritize communities of color for next pandemic relief payments.
Filling several high-level vacancies in government is “an unprecedented opportunity and responsibility that has fallen in the governor’s lap.”