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As recession gripped the state a half-decade ago, Californians receiving what used to be called food stamps more than doubled to more than four million, a legislative hearing was told Tuesday, but the state still has, relatively, a very low rate...
Each year all 30 of the NHL's general managers get together in March to discuss ways they can help improve the game.
A noisy demonstration at the California Democratic Party convention over the weekend helped Gov. Jerry Brown boost his image as a moderate, Dan says.
State Treasurer Bill Lockyer is a notorious hater of vegetables. So it came as no surprise last weekend when he delivered to the California Democratic Party’s annual convention his final (he’s retiring) Republican-bashing top-10 list...
When Jerry Brown signed legislation giving California’s public employees collective bargaining rights during his first governorship, he – wittingly or otherwise – began a major political shift.
Lawyers for the man charged with killing 12 people in a Colorado movie theater asked the U.S. Supreme Court to require a Fox News reporter to identify her sources for a story about the defendant.
The state has billions of dollars in unfunded healthcare costs for public retirees, but it's not doing anything about the problem, Dan says.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Tennessee's Isabelle Harrison thought for a second. Teammate Cierra Burdick didn't need to think at all.
When the FBI conducted a years-long undercover investigation of influence-peddling in the state Capitol during the 1980s, agents posed as businessmen seeking special state treatment for a fictional shrimp-processing plant.
William Hauck, former longtime head of the California Business Roundtable and a current member of the California State University Board of Trustees, has died.