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.
They’re repackaging stale ideas to try to win elections.
References to Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Crimea as some sort of “19th-century behavior” misjudge the enormity of recent events. He hasn’t miscalculated; Putin is redefining 21st-century warfare.
Conservative conference laid bare all the anarchy bedeviling Republicans.
Federal judges ruled correctly in California school case.
California’s primary election in June will be no barn-burner but far from a snoozefest, thanks to the open primary experiment