Contra Costa Times editorial: Proposed cure for the CPUC would be worse
For at least a decade the California Public Utilities Commission has failed to carry out its basic mission. It still cozies up to the utilities it regulates at the public's expense.
Daniel Borenstein: Plan to shore up CalSTRS doesn't work as billed
Two years ago, Gov. Jerry Brown pushed through a plan to "fully fund" the $74 billion shortfall of CalSTRS, the nation's second largest pension system. But it may not work out that way.
Cartoons: New Hampshire contenders (and pretenders)
The New Hampshire primary takes place today which can be pivotal for the likes of Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
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Feb. 10 letters to the editor
Connected articles speaking volumesSometimes articles have connections not immediately obvious, such as two articles in the Jan. 24 Times.One, Richard Colman's opinion piece, "Environmental fascism is encroaching on Bay Area," the other compared the 1985 and 2016 Bay Area Super Bowls.
Guest commentary: Saying no to coal in Oakland is the right thing to do
The Oakland City Council recently established a Department of Race and Equity, hoping to address social and racial disparities in Oakland.How ironic that the Oakland Global Trade and Logistic Center is seeking to turn West Oakland into the largest coal export facility on the West Coast.
Eugene Robinson: Marco Rubio's weird loop reveals a lack of substance
It's time for establishment Republicans to face the truth about Marco Rubio: Once you get past the facade, there appears to be no there there. The void behind his prettified rhetoric was stunningly revealed in Saturday night's debate.
Watch: Join our live chat on the latest Raiders stadium issues, noon PST on Feb. 10
Join Oakland reporter Matt Artz and sports franchise expert Andy Dolich on the latest with the Raiders and their stadium issues.
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Review: 'Satchmo' goes behind Louis Armstrong's happy facade
The solo show 'Satchmo' by Terry Teachout depicts jazz legend Louis Armstrong reflecting on his bittersweet life and music; it plays at American Conservatory Theater through Feb. 7
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Sylvester Stallone considered skipping Academy Awards
Sylvester Stallone says he considered boycotting Academy Awards until Ryan Coogler told him to go.