U.S. senators refuse to file their campaign finance reports online. Why? They make their own rules.
Since World War II, the post-presidency years of most of our former chief executives have centered around the construction of their presidential libraries, writing their memoirs, burnishing their legacies through foundations, making vast amounts of money, and, in many ways, doing some social good.
Sacramento City Council backs off move to kill 10-day public notice rule for big contracts.
The biggest drug problem in the United States is not the one we think we have: illegal drugs. It is drugs prescribed by doctors.
Twice a year, most Americans, along with millions of people across the globe, are forced to abruptly adjust to a one-hour change in the imaginary numbers we apply to the movement of the sun around the Earth. We did that Sunday, and there are probably more than a few people reading this who are as sleepy, and as late for work, as I am.
The owners of a pivotal parcel for the proposed downtown arena are claiming that they can’t get a fair shake in Sacramento.
California’s primary election in June will be no barn-burner but far from a snoozefest, thanks to the open primary experiment
Props. 89 and 9 have been ruled unconstitutional because they retroactively affect prisoners.
Unfair ‘student success’ fees must be stopped at California State University campuses before they spread systemwide.
Secretary of State John Kerry’s scheduled arrival in Kiev today is the right move, emphasizing that diplomacy and sanctions, not hotheaded military intervention, must be used to pry Russian President Vladimir Putin’s hands from around Ukraine’s neck.