The Denver area’s next public transit chief must tackle decreasing ridership in a metropolitan that favors those who drive themselves around, he says.
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Professor emeritus of social welfare issues a call to action to address issues critical to the black community in Long Beach.
Improved public transit options are a positive step but are unlikely to remedy ski season traffic headaches.
A new report by the Luskin Center for Innovation serves as a roadmap for navigating worker concerns in the transition to clean energy.
She challenges conventional notions of the contemporary sanctuary city as a form of resistance to Trumpism.
He emphasizes the importance of school climate and social-emotional learning in the aftermath of the Saugus High School shooting.
Contrary to the future described in the 1982 sci-fi film, Los Angeles is still a long way from flying cars.
States, cities and counties across the U.S. are taking environmental health into their own hands, UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation reports.
Many Californians felt betrayed by the ballot initiative, which made undocumented immigrants ineligible for public benefits.
The upcoming retrial of a volunteer with the migrant advocacy group No More Deaths reignites the debate surrounding aggressive border policies.