Justice Anthony M. Kennedy talks about original intent, flag burning, threats to democracy and the importance of civics and history teachers.

Sacramento Bee editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman: McCarthyism

Sacramento Bee editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman: O Governor, Where Art Thou?

The nature of caregivers is about giving, and I’m inspired by their dreams. Here are a few.

The debate over how best to regulate Web-based ride services such as Lyft and Uber has been widely depicted as an effort to bring the law into line with a new and innovative dimension of the modern economy.

Congress is taking baby steps to catch up with China and Russia, which are investing heavily in the information war.

Any consumer should want to know whether their couches contain questionable flame retardant.

Waning vaccination rates and immunity mean waxing pertussis epidemic.

I got a preview of how the California Assembly might function under new Speaker Toni Atkins, and it is likely to be quite different from that of her predecessor.

The reasoning of the judge’s opinion is as flawed as the result is troubling.

For all the talk of an intra-party struggle, it has become a false dichotomy.

The governor slashed the budget for neglected children, and the Legislature agreed.

In its battle with a developer, the Curtis Park neighborhood hopes to maintain its personality.

Sacramento Bee editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman: Seventy Four

To suggest that a longer skirt and a more sober girl would eliminate sexual assault is naive, irrational and unjust.

A modest suggestion to reduce campaign fundraising and increase candidates’ access to voters.

Last Sunday’s Conversation about the discussion on the water bond asked the question: Given the drought, are you more or less supportive of a water bond, and how important is it that the bond include money for new reservoirs and Delta restoration?

For the Salton Sea, there are a few positive signs, but also trouble.

We’re not conserving. Wildlife is suffering. But there are some encouraging signs amid the drought.

If no one can afford records, public access is a fiction.

Jerry Brown, Rick Perry compete for Tesla’s $5 billion battery factory.

‘Maybe you’re just not good at math. Some people are good at some things, and others aren’t. Maybe math isn’t your thing.” Those were the words my child, Julia Macias, heard from her second-grade teacher at a San Fernando Valley elementary school when she struggled to learn new math concepts.

The average student loan debt nationwide for the 71 percent of graduates who relied on student loans is nearly $30,000. Things are slightly better in California, an average of $20,000

Trying to save a buck, Assembly Democrats deny healthy food to poor people

Neel Kashkari should be careful what he wishes for.

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