Land barons seized control of the Tulare Lake Basin generations ago. This year’s destructive flooding left troubling questions about the power they wield.
Two young entrepreneurs who themselves struggled to remain housed now run a company that aims to create affordable dwellings in California’s biggest cities.
With unemployment rising, some young people are opting to become professional children, paid by their parents to stay and help out at home. Critics call it ‘gnawing on the elderly.’
For decades, Cleveland’s Core humanities program fostered a culture of sexual abuse in which teens were exploited by their teachers, former students say.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, Phylicia Rashad and others will unveil a new bill to support the struggling theater industry: ‘If you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu.’
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