The instability wrought by the pandemic could lead to census counts of historically undercounted Latino communities. Organizers are racing to get people to fill it out before the Sept. 30 deadline.
Some firefighters in the Chumash Fire department in Santa Ynez double as "cultural specialists" to try and protect indigenous cultural sites.
Nondisclosure agreements are part of how Harvey Weinstein got away with it for so long.
When we’re resting, a very important part of our brain gets to work.
At this dual-language immersion preschool in Los Angeles, teachers were upset by Donald Trump's victory. And they didn't hide it.
Twelve years ago, marine biologist Nancy Caruso and a group of students and volunteer divers began restoring the kelp forests off the coast of Orange County, California. In August 2014, when huge mounds of the giant seaweed started piling up on Laguna Beach — to the consternation of tourists and beach-goers — Caruso knew the project had succeeded.
Well-tended lawns and the sound of leaf blowers have a lot to do with California's immigrant roots, and not just ones that stretch south into Latin America. The history of garden work in California stretches further back to the state's striving Japanese immigrant community.
Undocumented immigrants in California now have a privilege most Americans have: the right to apply for a drivers' license.
Most Americans celebrate Thanksgiving, but what's special about the holiday differs for everyone. There’s family, sure. And food. And football. Yet for an Iranian-Armenian family and their community, it's a chance to celebrate religious freedom, and their lives in the US.