The latest news on California
The Obama administration issued a brief calling for the Supreme Court to find the California law unconstitutional.
Foreclosures and defaults are declining in California, but the trend could be short-lived.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — An armada of snow plows and salt spreaders deployed Wednesday on highways across the nation's heartland working to stay ahead of a powerful winter storm that already is blamed for one road death.
Making your state unattractive to business and investment means exploding deficits, higher-than-average unemployment, and less tax revenue.
Several minority law enforcement officers support Dorner's plight, but condemn his methods.
Large cities along the coasts are home to the most super-wealthy Americans.
Democratic lawmakers prepare for comprehensive gun-control fight.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Public nudity activists prompted a hearing scheduled for Thursday in San Francisco in which a federal judge will consider blocking a new city law requiring people to wear clothing.
Seven California institutions drew high numbers of submissions for fall 2011.
It's just a matter of time until gay Americans can shake the shackle of second-class citizenship.