Four years ago, we became the 41st cancer center in the country to be designated “comprehensive” by the National Cancer Institute, and on the occasion met with The Sacramento Bee editorial board to talk about our commitment to reduce the burden of cancer for everyone in our region, not just for patients at the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center.
American mosques are part of the solution because they have the religious credibility to inoculate those few Muslims susceptible to manipulation by promoting the peaceful tenets of our faith and American values.
Bernie Sanders campaigned loudly and convincingly against the baleful consequences of the Obama years. Clinton was forced to echo those charges while simultaneously defending the president and policies that brought on the miseries
WASHINGTON – The extremely rare sit-in by Democrats in the House chamber may have been, as Speaker Paul Ryan claimed, a “publicity stunt.” But it was a righteous one that may improve the prospects for meaningful gun control.
CAMBRIDGE, England – As I listen to the stormy debates here in the run-up to Thursday’s vote on whether Britain should exit the European Union, my thoughts keep drifting to my friend Jo Cox, a member of Parliament assassinated last week.
Calling Hillary Clinton’s faith into question before a group of evangelical leaders on Tuesday represented a new low – if such a thing is possible in a campaign that hits those markers on an almost-daily basis.
Sacramento area residents flocked to the American River for the annual Rafting Gone Wild outing despite an alcohol ban during the event that's been in effect for a few years now. Some estimates put the number of people hitting the waterway at over 8,000.
Autumn PayneThe Sacramento Bee
They take off from Sunrise bridge on Rafting Gone Wild day
Rafters go wild despite alcohol ban
The Shift: Variations on a theme
Husband calls for driver who killed his wife to come forward