As the University of California launches its Global Food Initiative, the World Food Center at UC Davis agrees to work with Chinese scientists on improving food safety.

SB 835 protects public health, but also lets veterinarians do their duty.

In an election year, Gov. Brown avoids giving his opinion.

Israel needs to negotiate with Palestinian Authority president to weaken Hamas.

California’s comeback shows that health care reform is working and that tax hikes aren’t economic suicide.

Corporations get tax breaks that mere people can’t.

Beware of education reformers armed with ‘silver bullets.’

Governor is paying a lot less attention to issue as he seeks re-election.

Obama’s detachment from world events is calculated – and dangerous.

Five basic points to understand how widening disparities are damaging America.

Israel’s right to self defense doesn’t absolve its responsibility to avoid civilian casualties.

Protests blocked Central American refugees, but city needs immigrants to thrive.

Tax credits for Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman would cost the state dearly.

Conservative federal judges use any argument they can to kill health care reform law.

President doesn’t let Ukraine plane shoot-down or Gaza death toll interrupt his regular schedule.

Money is running amok in politics because of the Citizens United decision by the Supeme Court.

Independent science overwhelmingly shows the health risks of soft drinks.

Initiatives are underway to increase economic and cultural ties.

Some wealthy Americans are showing empathy – not hypocrisy – by caring about income inequality.

Growth is returning to Natomas, but a troubling question is going to be ignored or dismissed by those with the power to address it: Is building in a floodplain a good idea?

Lessons from Ukraine should apply to Syria.

Texas governor’s foreign policy push doesn’t square with the humanitarian crisis on his doorstep.

U.S. should help Central America with investments to keep its young people at home.

Vladimir Putin has become a global menace. There is an irrefutable link between the Russian leader’s reckless policies on Ukraine and the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. This tragedy is the direct outgrowth of his decision to train and arm Ukrainian separatists with heavy weapons in an effort to destabilize Ukraine.

Panic over national debt turned out to be a false alarm.

American politics was trundling along on its usual unserious and trivial trajectory when news of the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in Ukraine shook the world. Suddenly, the stakes in public life and foreign policy were very high.

In a recount of a California election, how many votes will get another look? As many as someone can pay for.

In a perverse trade regime, the two-way illegal flow of people and guns across borders causes untold suffering and a growing humanitarian crisis.

A draft-Elizabeth Warren boomlet is underway and is eerily similar to the movement that propelled Barack Obama to challenge Hillary Clinton eight years ago, but with a key difference.

Finally, a Democrat speaks the truth about Obama administration’s lack of compassion.

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