The chorus of global warming deniers has not shrunk. Outcries claiming the entire issue is fraudulent are not going away.
When Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel asked Congress the other day to authorize a new round of military base closings and consolidations in 2017, alarm bells should have gone off in many parts of California.
From early in his career, Gov. Jerry Brown has had a proclivity for dismissing problems with wisecracks or aphorisms.
As the round of memorial services for the six students fatally stabbed and shot in late May by the psychotic killer Elliot Rodger recedes into memory, a serious public policy question remains even while fami
With polls showing Californians distrust their state government more than citizens of almost any other state, it’s high time legislators at least began taking small steps toward earning back some of the publ
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