‘My real ID, they just snapped in half’: 23-year-old says bar snapped her real ID in half
'Im 23 years old and i had another year till my license expires.'
On Jan 24, 2023 by Melody Heald
‘We deserve to take our mandated breaks’: Boba shop worker closed store to take a break—then he was fired
'He as a manager should have been responsible for the store while you guys took your break.'
On Oct 28, 2022 by Braden Bjella
‘We can fight for better wages without putting another group of people down’: Woman called out for criticizing increasing wages for fast food workers
'Be mad that a teacher isn't making enough, be mad the minimum wage hasn't been raised for EVERYONE.'
On Oct 6, 2022 by Brooke Sjoberg
‘Like girl how u expect me to pay rent with $2.13’: Worker moves from California to Texas, puts wage difference on blast
'HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO LIVE???'
On Oct 5, 2022 by Braden Bjella
‘Thank you for protecting women’: TikToker goes viral for confronting man allegedly pretending to be on the phone in order to film mall patrons
'Keep them queens safe.'
On Jul 16, 2022 by Braden Bjella
‘They tried to play ya girl’: California tenant says landlord tried to increase rent before her lease ends (updated)
'They got caught.'
On Jun 17, 2022 by Braden Bjella
‘Who the f*ck complains about tamales?!’: Racist male Karen fails at stopping vendor from selling tamales as thousands show up to support him
'Who the f*ck complains about tamales?!'
On Jun 15, 2022 by Jackie Ibarra
‘Texas had virtually nothing’: TikToker compares Target’s Pride collections in different states
'Literally couldn't find the Pride section in my Target—I live in Florida.'
On Jun 4, 2022 by Maria Poggi
‘I’m a racist, terrible person’: Santa Barbara Karen loses it on a restaurant manager
'This happens all the time. This person just got caught.'
On May 15, 2022 by Gisselle Hernandez
ISPs handed another defeat in their case against California’s ‘gold standard’ net neutrality law
A California net neutrality law will stand, a US Court of Appeals ruled on Wednesday.
On Apr 20, 2022 by Jacob Seitz
‘A major victory for internet users’: California’s net neutrality law upheld by court of appeals
The law has been subject to a years-long legal battle.
On Jan 28, 2022 by Andrew Wyrich
Facebook tells LAPD it can’t use fake accounts to spy on people
It's unclear if the LAPD is actually doing it.
On Nov 19, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich
Where’s Gavin Newsom?
Here's this week's 'One Dumb Conspiracy' newsletter.
On Nov 15, 2021 by Mikael Thalen
A 29-year-old YouTuber is charging up the polls as California’s recall vote nears
Kevin Paffrath has leveraged his social media savvy to court votes—but don't call him 'just a YouTuber.'
On Aug 18, 2021 by Claire Goforth