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A Window Onto an American Nightmare

Homelessness is where the most acute American nightmares of this era meet, and San Francisco has a way of making what is hidden elsewhere visible. Ever since the recent tech boom turned life in the ... read more

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Early patient discharged, putting them in the Ritz, deputized churchgoers: News from around our 50 states

A plan to temporarily move homeless people into a Ritz-Carlton hotel has gotten pushback from residents of multimillion-dollar apartments on the upper floors of the Los Angeles high-rise, according to ... read more

Contra Costa County Unemployment Soars To 14.5%

Preliminary data indicate that 14.5 percent of Contra Costa County residents were unemployed in April, up 10.4 percentage points from the March unemployment rate of 4.1 percent. That means 54,900 ... read more

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Church leaders charged with using homeless people as forced labor

A dozen leaders of California-based Imperial Valley Ministries, including a former pastor, are accused of using dozens of mostly homeless people as forced labor, making them surrender their ... read more

Sen. Lamar Alexander will self-quarantine and chair hearing with Fauci and other top health officials remotely

With unemployment at record levels, pressure is high to reopen the country, even as the easing of restriction has resulted in new infection clusters in the U.S. and abroad. read more

Ministry had growing empire before forced-labor charges

SAN DIEGO -- A Southern California ministry whose leaders are charged with using deadbolt locks to detain homeless residents ... guilty to crimes including forced labor and benefits fraud. read more

Study: Mass unemployment due to coronavirus could lead to a 45% jump in U.S. homelessness

That would mean an additional 250,000 or so people would be without permanent shelter compared with the 568,000 who were homeless in January 2019, according to government data. California is ... read more

Top Health Experts Paint Bleak Picture of Pandemic

At a hearing, Dr. Anthony S. Fauci told senators that if the country did not adequately prepare, “then we run the risk of having a resurgence.” ... read more

BECERRA, cities sue UBER, LYFT over AB5 — more OC BEACHES to reopen — NEWSOM hits ‘big mistake’ of YUBA, SUTTER — STEM CELL signatures

LATE SCOOP — POLITICO ... California Ban On Church Services During Coronavirus Pandemic,” by the AP’s Brian Melley. — “San Francisco Leaders Clash Over Hotel Rooms for Homeless ... read more

Homeless rerouted, ‘safe’ Margaritaville, summer camps cancel: News from around our 50 states

Crowded Maryland beaches alarm Delaware governor, North Carolina town installs hand sanitizer stations, and more ... read more

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here’s what happened May 11 with COVID-19 in the Chicago area

Pritzker was forced to work from home Monday, after his office announced an unidentified senior staff member has tested positive for COVID-19. 5:46 p.m.: Church leaders push back on Lightfoot and ... read more



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