Medi-Cal asset seizure bill heads to Gov. Jerry Brown for consideration
After passing the state Senate and Assembly unanimously this week, a bill limiting California's seizure of assets from the estates of Medi-Cal recipients is headed toward Gov. Jerry Brown's desk.
Federal appeals court restores key claims in class-action against FedEx over shifting costs to ground drivers
Family members and police could ask courts to take away a mentally disturbed person's guns under a bill inspired by May's UC Santa Barbara massacre and approved Wednesday by the state Senate.
More than 600 supporters and opponents of President Barack Obama establishing a San Gabriel Mountains national monument jammed a hastily called town hall meeting in Baldwin Park on Tuesday that included high-ranking cabinet members who spoke on the proposal for the first time.
Following a second trial in the smartphone wars, a federal judge denies Apple's bid for a block on U.S. sales of Samsung smartphones found to violate iPhone patent rights.
Special report on the chromium-tainted desert town made famous in "Erin Brockovich."
Get all the latest news and links to resources as the state battles another fiscal mess.
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A gyoza-eating world champion, plus 'Portlandia' for real
Joey Chestnut just set a new world record for gyoza-consumption. A Midwestern food truck study reads like an episode of 'Portlandia.' And Mills College just made the Daily Meal's list of top colleges for food.
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Katie Couric and Diane Sawyer had nasty rivalry, according to book
“The News Sorority” details rise of Christiane Amanpour, Couric and Sawyer.