California's new toxics warning rules apply to something that didn’t even exist when Prop. 65 first took effect: online markets for products, including wine. It's the latest expansion for the…
California legislation sparks a broader debate over how to advance equality for women in male-dominated sports.
As with plastic bags and plastic straws, California lawmakers are considering another first-in-the-nation crackdown on another ubiquitous, litter-creating product of modern existence—lookin' at you, paper receipts.
As UC reacts to the college cheating scandal, some urge them to lock the side door, reconsider the SAT and ACT for admissions and scrutinize athletic recruiting.
Some at-home child care workers who depend on state subsidies are hoping to join forces with an unlikely ally: organized labor.
By Felicia Mello | March 14, 2019
California is funding immigration attorneys for students and their families as federal courts weigh the fate of DACA and politicians battle over border enforcement.
Gov. Gavin Newsom, a longtime death penalty opponent, has announced a moratorium on executions in California. His move over-rides a decision the state’s voters made in 2016 to maintain capital…
By Judy Lin | March 11, 2019
Democratic leaders at the state Capitol have pointedly cautioned against broad tax increases on working families. Whether their troops and the governor have gotten the memo, though, isn't clear.
Elizabeth Brown’s bedroom holds a trove of evidence of her fight to save herself. Preserved among the Twilight novels, the posters of Korean pop singers and cameras she used for her budding...
A quirk in the Republican Party's nominating process gives outsized influence to its voters in the bluest districts. Will they stay with Trump?