The Border Patrol says Operation Streamline's threat of criminal charges deters repeat offenders. But new data finds the same people are showing up again and again.
What do 100,735 immigrants have in common? Find out in our six graphics.
After failing to hit progress benchmarks, the agency now says its pledge to make quicker decisions on all claims was never meant to include some benefits.
The deadly twister was a "classic look," but data show we are experiencing more volatility in the U.S. tornado season.
Dudley's lousewort is found in only three places in the world. One of them is Camp Pico Blanco, where Scouts and staff harvested old-growth trees it needs to survive.
The Central Valley city went broke last year, the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history. Now, Stockton is at the center of an unprecedented legal battle.
How the California Assembly speaker squeezes the political "juice."
The first woman competing in a Los Angeles mayoral runoff in the city’s history has been unable to make significant inroads with female campaign contributors, an analysis of city campaign finance data shows.
A state program designed to help California veterans buy homes granted just 83 loans last year, despite more than $1.1 billion in available funding.
After students leave schools of education, and after years of reforms, institutions often have no way of ascertaining if their programs produced high-quality teachers.
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