The California politician does not like where the U.S. is headed and may run for president in 2020 to change the country's course.
A Vice News report finds that from 2010 through 2016, cops in the 50 largest U.S. police departments shot more than 3,630 people, nearly double some prior estimates.
Latino grass-roots organizers in Los Angeles are resisting the Trump administration's assaults in ways that would make their forebears proud.
We must focus the fight on visible and invisible forces. Until real change comes, no one gets to "just enjoy the game."
The resistance of sanctuary cities, counties and states reminds us that the Constitution protects all people in our country.
Longtime Police Officer Deon Joseph discusses homelessness, mental health and crime in L.A.’s most run-down district.
Rather than go along with the president’s program, Mayor Eric Garcetti and other city officials have intensified their opposition.
Donald Trump's new orders give immigration officials and local cops around the country new and almost unlimited power to enforce a vague law.
The Truthdig team spoke with author Wellford (Buzz) Wilms about the complex relationship between urban neighborhoods and law enforcement.