As expected, it’s now late spring and water rationing is upon California.
No candidate campaigned harder this spring that Neel Kashkari, the former federal Treasury Department official and ex-Goldman Sachs executive who just become the first Asian-American ever nominated to run fo
Looking for a new reason to distrust a state government that won’t even expel legislators when they’ve been indicted or convicted?
Businesses are moving out of California — or at least building new plants in other states — in droves because this is such a high-tax state.
At the very moment that California’s largest utility company was being assessed a $14 million fine for failing to report discovery of flawed records on its gas pipelines in the San Francisco Peninsula town o
Jerry Brown has been called a lot of things in his 45-year political career, from “Gov. Moonbeam” to “the old man,” but no one ever accused him of being a do-nothing dud of a politician. Until now.
The next front in California’s long-running water wars has already opened, and the reasons for it will sometimes be hard to see — but not always.