Mining's dangers and boom-bust cycles create health care challenges in small towns, exposing the vulnerability of mining communities and shedding light on broader rural health insurance issues.
Community & Public Health
The Trump administration’s final “public charge” rule has sown confusion among immigration communities who wonder if using public benefits will hurt their chances of becoming legal residents.
Undocumented Indian migrant farmworkers are at risk for diabetes, high blood pressure and heart problems, but lack access to health care.
Washington Post reporter Christopher Rowland is telling powerful narratives of older Americans who have been snared in our woefully deficient long-term care system.
That collective silence makes it easy to overlook the fact that many do not have access to the products they need.
By uncovering the lack of data and oversight in California's mobile home parks, this investigative reporter explores the severe conditions and health risks faced by residents.
A severe shortage of court reporters in California and the rest of the nation is denying thousands of poor litigants access to justice.
California's “failure to protect” laws aim get kids out of dangerous situations. But such policies can overlook the difficult choices mothers must make to find safety when facing violence.
Años después de que el LAPD desmantelara PredPol y LÁSER, activistas y expertos en tecnologías aplicadas a la vigilancia policial siguen denunciando la repercusión a largo plazo de programas como PredPol, Operación LÁSER y sus sucesores
The Sacramento region's rural hospitals carry a higher cost burden to serve aging, poorer communities. And it's getting worse.