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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.
Rep. Tom McClintock, a career politician who is a master of anti-government rhetoric, occupies one of the safest Republican congressional districts in America.
The state’s finances are improving, ramping up pressure on Gov. Jerry Brown and other Democrats to restore cuts in “safety net” services
Race leader Aliy Zirkle took a two-hour lead out of the Yukon River village of Kaltag on Saturday and became the first musher to reach the Alaska west coast community of Unalakleet in the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.