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Saving Jobs By Destroying Them?

Deconstructing PMA’s flawed automation argument

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor As the Port of LA Board of Harbor Commissioners postponed voting on the automation permi

Mueller Report

Beyond Barr’s Muddling of the Mueller Report

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor AG obscured the fact that Mueller found substantial evidence that Trump was guilty of obstructing justice but didn’t recommend prosecution Donald

Port Truckers, Warehouse Workers Continue Push for Labor Justice

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor As the Port of Los Angeles moves toward finding a replacement for NFI, after its lease renewal was cancelled by the Los Angeles City Council for labor law violation

Students: The Key to Climate Action

A Lesson for World Leaders

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor Last August, after an unprecedented 11 wildfires raged through Swedish forests inside the Arctic Circle, a Swed

Satalite photo of Earth over Africa, Europe and the Middle East at night. NASA Earth Observatory image

Earth Night: Harnessing Uncertainty In A Dark Time

It May Be Key To Looming Climate Crisis Survival

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor

In 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson was warned about the dangers of climate chang

Truckers, Teamsters Cheer as Supreme Court Seals Misclassification Court Battle

Denies Appeal of Ninth Circuit Decision Upholding State Misclassification Rulings

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor For years, the Labor Commission

ILWU Faces Off With Automation

Harbor Commission gropes its way forward dealing with automation plan at Pier 400

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor “The really large question before us goes far b

Barragán on Frontlines of Immigration Battles

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor “Either you’re lying to this committee or you don’t know what’s happening at the border,” Rep. Nanette Barragán told Secretary of Homeland Security Kirst

2020 Presidential Primary—One Year Out

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor One year before the California presidential primary, there are 15 major declared candidates in the running, signaling a sharp break with the Democratic party’s pa

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