Legislation that would open California’s gang database to more public scrutiny has advanced in the state Assembly, despite significant opposition from law enforcement.
A pay discrimination complaint by top U.S. women’s soccer players is helping bring more attention to the gender pay gap that persists across so many industries.
Despite Donald Trump’s hard-line stance against illegal immigration, his development company acknowledged that it tried to get permanent work certifications for Ecuadorean stonemasons who entered the U.S. illegally.
Every day, invisible armies of men and women head to work, performing tasks that make our lives a little bit easier. They clean buildings, assemble the devices we can’t live without and cook our favorite cheap eats.
California’s statewide CalGang database, which includes more than 150,000 people, has come under fire for its secrecy, which can ensnare innocent peop
Top House lawmakers want to know whether the Transportation Security Administration has retaliated against managers by forcing some to take unwanted reassignments.
The family of a federal prisoner has filed a wrongful death lawsuit, alleging that private prison operators negligently left him in the care of underqualified medical workers who failed to respond properly to a medical emergency.
This year’s presidential election will be the first without the full protection of the Voting Rights Act since the civil rights era.
Female janitors working alone at night have been particularly vulnerable to sexual assault and reluctant to report it. California Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego, said her office is working on a bill that would increase protections for night shift workers.
It’s a quirk of history that a racist congressman who opposed integration in the 1960s paved the way for the first government lawsuits against anti-gay job discrimination.