Different cultural definitions of “child” result in varying treatment of children in juvenile justice systems.
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The state’s growing Latino population could transform state and local contests as well as the presidential race.
Bernie Sanders’ campaign resonates with many Californians’ concerns about poverty, income inequality and homelessness.
A survey of U.S. service members found majority support for transgender troops among all branches of the military.
His research is cited in an assessment of Michael Bloomberg’s fortune on the Democratic presidential race.
Assembly Bill 1350 aims to create a new generation of lifetime public transit users by offering free passes to riders 18 and under.
History shows the importance of a Democratic majority in the Trifecta to successfully enact full or near-universal health care.
To persuade Angelenos to get out of their cars, “trains and buses must be almost as fast and convenient as driving,” he says.
She highlights the need for research efforts investigating the relationship between urbanism and microclimate.
Household proximity to transit stops is often used to measure transit effectiveness, but new research shows a discrepancy between nearness and actual use.