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This was the clear and visionary speech that President Barack Obama should have delivered soon after Osama bin Laden was killed two years ago.
As early as today, the California Senate may vote on a bill that would allow nurse practitioners to practice to the full extent of their education, training and certification.
Apple Inc. isn't doing anything outright illegal, or different than lots of other U.S. corporations are doing to shave their tax bills. It's just being more ingenious and aggressive than most about playing every possible angle.
It's pruning season in Sacramento, City residents can always tell. The obvious clues are the growing piles of yard waste sitting along curbsides uncollected. Some of the piles have been there so long the leaves and grass have turned brown.
Since the infamous 2010 Citizens United ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, our elections have been inundated with gobs of secret donations for spending by outside groups on political ads.
Federal judges should be on notice: The U.S. Justice Department seems fully prepared to stretch the truth or worse, spread falsehoods to obtain search warrants. That's what it did in labeling a journalist as an espionage "...
Given the promises to voters and the city's core duties, there's little doubt that nearly all of Sacramento's sales tax windfall will go to restore basic police, fire and parks services.
Meeting the Labor Day deadline for opening the long-delayed eastern span of the new San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge must no longer be the singular focus of Caltrans.
If it wins final approval, the eye-popping $2.25 billion penalty that the California Public Utility Commission's Safety and Enforcement Division has recommended against Pacific Gas and Electric Co. will be the largest ever imposed against a ...
A yawning gap has emerged between University of California health system administrators and rank-and-file health workers.