DATA POINTS

California's economic recovery and a lack of new housing construction has sent housing prices skyrocketing so high that It’s now too expensive for institutional investors to buy lots of California…

The percentage of California single-family homes bought in all-cash transactions has climbed in the past decade from 10 to 25 percent—and many of those are investors from Asia. That means…

Over the past four decades, California middle-class incomes have stagnated, income inequality has grown, and more than half of Californians born that year made less than their parents did by…

One way or another, two words are likely to dominate the complicated politics of California’s housing crisis in 2018: rent control. With the Legislature set to hold a key hearing,…

California’s African-American students are struggling with standardized tests. Statewide, only one in three black public school students passed the English portion of this year’s exam,...

California leads once again in something no state wants to boast about: the highest poverty rate in the country.

It seems like a simple solution. Raise what you pay doctors for treating low-income patients, and they’ll treat more of them. All those waits for appointments and physician shortages that…

It's early, but it looks like good news for public health advocates.

Across ethnicities and economic status, girls outperform boys on English in standardized tests.

Nearly a decade removed from the depths of the Great Recession, a staggering 38 percent of California’s 18 to 34-year-olds still live with their parents.

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