Will robots take over the world, just like in the movies?

Failed Senate candidate in Mississippi won’t surrender.

UC Berkeley’s success at social mobility is being lost in the national debate.

SB 1053, the Contraceptive Coverage Equity Act, would stop insurers from limiting access to particular birth control methods in California.

As blame game continues, situation on the ground is getting much worse.

As his popularity slips, president seems to be losing influence at home and abroad.

We Americans seem less interested in being a nation of differences. Indeed, too often, we denigrate those who are different. Student exchange programs foster an opposite universe, allowing participants to grow beyond their comfort zones.

Clash of opposites – people and traditions – can produce genius.

The focus of our workers’ compensation system must continue to be timely, quality medical care that returns injured workers back to the job as quickly as possible.

Fortunately for the region, the weekslong traffic nightmare many had feared didn’t materialize during the Fix 50 project. But we still face a perilous future on our road system if we don’t make immediate investments in the region’s transportation network.

President is polarizing, but worse he is coming off as out of his depth

Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins recently met with The Sacramento Bee’s editorial board to discuss the water bond being negotiated by the Legislature and Gov. Jerry Brown. In edited remarks, Atkins addresses those issues and others pertaining to the water bond.

Conservatives willfully fan inflation hysteria, all evidence to the contrary.

Why does agency keep collecting enormous amounts of irrelevant information?

Progressives should challenge what conservatives claim about our founding document.

Once upon a time, there were liberal Republicans...

Two myths are hindering the development of effective policies to manage California’s water supply.

Raoul Wallenberg saved more than 10,000 Hungarian Jews from certain death.

Too often, we bear witness to moral cowardice, to ethical imbecility that welds us to the unthinking mob like cows in a herd.

Justices must protect Americans from an overreaching government.

Longer-term fire suppression efforts must not be sacrificed for emergencies.

Resolution to recognize independence for Nagorno-Karabakh contradicts U.S. policy.

Structural problems with Obamacare will come home to roost by 2017.

Fire is so important in the Sierra Nevada that it can be seen as medicine for ailing forests. However, as with most medicines, too large a dose is harmful.

Students can succeed with a little more help from the Legislature.

Immigration reform needed to keep the path open for new farmers.

Republicans have paralyzed the government in a way that would have shocked and depressed the founding fathers.

Around July Fourth, we should celebrate that some of our greatest national achievements aren’t tax cuts but public investments.

From our founding, we have combined universal rights with ferocious nationalism.

What kind of country treats ‘border kids’ this way?

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