Republicans may not win control of the U.S. Senate in November after all.
Sacramento city schools’ new chief needs to meet with Mayor Johnson immediately, get WiFi districtwide, and shake up the traditional school model.
Proposition 46 raises important issues about drug-using doctors and patients who are addicts, but is not a good solution.
Should records be kept on officer-involved shootings? How would the public benefit from that data?
When you reach your 50s, your perspective on life – and death – changes dramatically.
Grocery workers save their pro-employee CEO’s job, a fascinating twist for Labor Day.
Thank you, President Lyndon B. Johnson – for signing the Wilderness Act on Sept. 3, 1964
We need to brace ourselves for severe federal budget problems.
Unelected bureaucrats issue regulations that have the power of law.
Conservatives overreact to Gov. Brown’s welcoming comments.
One-size-fits-all regulations are not good for California.
Re “The cost of abusive lawsuits is taking a big bite out of state’s classrooms” (Viewpoints, Aug. 26). Robla School Board member Craig DeLuz, without presenting evidence, writes that school districts paid lots of money for attorney fees because of “abusive lawsuits.” That’s just wrong.
California would be burdened by the consequences of even more casinos.
Studies show that mandate doesn’t reduce reduce workplace illness or turnover.
Some legislation would be better off dead.
We can all cultivate admirable character traits such as courage and humility.
Fewer choices for patients and possible tax penalties are on the way.