For many, the California Dream has been shrunk down to keeping a place to live
What we know about the relationship between housing costs and homelessness.
Federal data shows first-time buyers in California increasingly rely on family for help.
The state’s fertility rate has dropped to near-record lows, about 1.76 children per woman.
Inaccurate cost of attendance estimates can throw off students’ budgeting and their financial aid packages.
Seventy hours a week driving Uber, peeing in a bottle, and still late with the rent; refugee agencies are rethinking strategies in the “resistance state.”
When it comes to living in California and why it costs so much — you have a lot of questions. We set out to get answers.