Vessels with nuclear-powered desalination systems could be useful in emergencies but may not be the most practical solution for increasing broad access to drinking water.
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New lounges where customers can consume cannabis on site aim to compete with the illegal marijuana industry, but they will likely pose many policy challenges.
Though not technically classified as a “mass shooting,” an attack at an Alabama church left three dead and an entire community in mourning.
The term “climate disasters” fails to acknowledge the role of policies that make certain communities more vulnerable to disasters in the first place.
The proposed $12 billion ballpark complex at the Port of Oakland faces lawsuits and a possible referendum, while the team also explores a move to Las Vegas.
New York City has fielded an average of two school shooting threats per day this year, and an average of six per day in the week following the Uvalde shooting.
A new UCI study found that the addition of affordable housing did not increase crime or decrease property value in Orange County.
The House California Challenge Program aims to provide $5 billion in rental subsidies for people who are homeless or on the brink of it.
Requiring that space be set aside for parking increases real estate costs and exacerbates inequality, but two new state bills propose the elimination or reform of parking minimums.
Over time, high temperatures and lack of air conditioning in classrooms lead to poor student academic outcomes.