California’s hot labor summer has quickly turned into a hot labor year. And now, a new participant is joining the fold.
An annual solar eclipse, known as a “ring of fire,” will grace the skies this Saturday, October 14. Tens of millions of people will watch the event in the western U.S.
The researchers sought to explain why the southern part of the San Andreas fault hasn’t produced a major earthquake in 300 years.
The “Fire Ready Formula” also calls for elevating wildfires to the “same category of global humanitarian response as major earthquakes and floods.” It recommends stronger international safety standards for firefighters as well.
The Delta variant is wreaking havoc throughout much of the United States. But after a deadly winter surge, California is faring comparatively well.
Climate change is threatening some of the most iconic plant life in California and could eventually transform our beloved desert communities.
Mask-wearing is one of the easiest, most effective ways to slow the spread of COVID-19. The anti-science movement fighting masks has put our health, our jobs, and our future at risk.
Experts call it an ARKStorm and they believe it could cause three times as much damage as the mega quake Angelenos have been warned about for decades.
Author Frank V. Zerunyan, J.D., offers insight into the emerging academic and practical topics that impact succesful public servants, and what he dubs the art and science of "Newgotiation."