Douglas Kellner talks about gun culture in the United States, societal changes that need to be made and the media’s contributions to violent culture.
Activists on a panel co-sponsored by UCLA preached the roles of persistence, patience and bipartisan cooperation in getting the FIRST STEP Act through Congress.
The educator, prolific author and blogger provided extensive guidance to policymakers. He died July 21 at the age of 68.
Q&A with UCLA’s Adam Romero and co-author Abbie Goldberg about their new book on marriage dissolution.
With release of new issue of UCLA Blueprint magazine, civic leaders, scholars and citizens discussed ‘the most pressing problem in this region.’
Rep. Karen Bass opened the inaugural conference about issues facing Southern California.
UCLA's Quality of Life Index shows that sky-high housing prices most worry respondents — especially younger people and renters.
The External Environmental Economics Advisory Committee, launched by J.R. DeShazo, will advise the Environmental Protection Agency on the benefits and costs of its policies.
The inaugural conference, which marks the 25th anniversary of UCLA Luskin, will address major issues facing the region.
Toxic pesticides are widely used in California agriculture to control soil pests for strawberry, almond, citrus and other high-value crops.
UCLA professors Marjorie Kagawa-Singer and David Hayes-Bautista participated in a Zócalo Public Square/The California Wellness Foundation discussion.
The paper, which was presented to state lawmakers, will guide the conversation about expanding coverage as the state takes steps to revamp the system.
The paper recommends nearly a dozen policy strategies aimed at ensuring adequate staffing and training to serve the growing number of elderly people in the state.
Middle East expert James Gelvin says that while both presidents wanted to decrease U.S. military presence, Trump’s actions have been more driven by impulse than strategy.
The report highlights needed improvement in housing policies and employment opportunities to ensure that incarcerated women and their families successfully adapt.
A report by UCLA, UC Berkeley and California Food Policy Advocates found that the state could lose up to $1.67 billion in federal benefits.
The continuing low proportion of uninsured state residents illustrates the continued success of the Affordable Care Act, according to a UCLA policy brief.
California law could be amended to allow Los Angeles to extend rent protections to units that are not currently rent-controlled, including properties built since 1979.
They can be forced to move far from their social and medical networks to find rentals they can afford; they may end up in substandard housing; or — at worst — homeless, the paper’s authors say.
Three days of workshops at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs teach officials from around the United States. how to support their constituencies
Environmental law experts Ann Carlson and Cara Horowitz review the long record of benefits achieved by the state’s aggressive anti-pollution rules.
UCLA researchers found that a smog test and vehicle repair program has shown benefits to residents in central California’s San Joaquin Valley.
UCLA researchers recommend strategies for California transportation fuels policy to meet 2030 climate target
Guidance from legal researchers could strengthen California climate policy by helping policymakers further reduce carbon pollution from transport fuels.
UCLA Magazine: For more than 30 years, the Riordan Programs in UCLA's Anderson School of Management have helped low-income high school students envision a brighter tomorrow.
Low-income and minority students are particularly affected, and the problem stands to worsen as global temperatures rise, according to public policy researcher Jisung Park.