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High speed rail officials admit 2013 was a rocky year for the project, but say the setbacks were smaller than the successes.
Most voters in a new statewide poll have deep unhappiness about the Republican party. But it's also frustration with party politics in general.
The new state health insurance exchange could face a lawsuit from voting advocates who say it's required by federal law to do more to help register new voters.
Gov. Jerry Brown collects some big cash in a recent Hollywood fundraiser for a re-election campaign he won't yet say he's running.
President Barack Obama's visit to San Francisco focused on immigration and campaign fundraising, and finds him debating an undocumented student who wants help now.
California officials refuse to grant extra time for health insurance plans due to be phased out as part of the Obamacare law.
It's a headline no one's seen in California in a long time: more tax dollars than projected spending for year, after year, after year.
Gov. Jerry Brown says the state will respond to calls for a delay in cancelling individual health plans, but stops short of embracing President Obama's plan.
Sen. Ron Calderon alleges federal officials leaked the sealed affidavit in their corruption investigation, and says in a new filing that he was asked to secretly record conversations that could implicate other Senate leaders.
Sen. Ron Calderon was removed from all of his committee assignments by Senate leaders, while the embattled lawmaker lashed out at the action as unfair while an FBI investigation still remains open.
State campaign watchdog officials say a loophole in IRS regulations allow social welfare organizations to exclude ballot measure contributions from limits on their political spending.
Opponents of California's high speed rail, months after winning an argument that the train plan doesn't comply with the law, want a judge to stop the project in its tracks.
California's teacher retirement system is on track to be flat broke by the time this year's new crop of teachers is ready to call it a career. When will lawmakers take action?
Tax increases generally won in local elections on Tuesday... but perhaps only because of the way they were legally crafted.
A small group of Californians who buy individual health plans will get to extend those plans into 2014; the state's insurance commissioner says more people should get the same deal.
An explosive FBI affidavit lays out a detailed look at allegations that state Sen. Ron Calderon, D-Montebello took a bribe in exchange for help on pending legislation.
State campaign finance officials impose a record setting fine in what they say was "dark money" spent to influence two California initiative efforts.
Backers of a new tribal casino north of Fresno get their final approval from the federal government... but can critics still stop the project if they qualify a 2014 ballot referendum?
A trio of federal judges says Gov. Jerry Brown and prison officials have one additional month, until Feb. 24, to reduce the state's prison population by some 8,500 inmates.
The U.S. Supreme Court refuses for the second time in as many months a request by Gov. Jerry Brown to intervene in the debate over the size of the state's prison population.
Gov. Jerry Brown signs some new gun control bills and vetoes others, an expected move for a man often described as a 'mixed bag' on the issue of guns.
Ten years after voters gave him the pink slip, former Gov. Gray Davis says he's made peace with that final, historic campaign.
Voters fired a sitting governor and hired a Hollywood action hero. A look back at ten of the 2003 California recall's biggest moments.
A new nonpartisan report concludes 8.1 million Californians live in actual poverty, some 2 million more than are included in federal government statistics.
As backers of an effort to nix a hotly debated Indian casino project prepare to turn in signatures for a spot on the November 2014 ballot, Gov. Jerry Brown says
A large number of California voters seem poised to support the legalization of marijuana in a new statewide poll, a possible boost for efforts to put the issue back on the ballot in 2014.
California's minimum wage will rise to $10 an hour by 2016 under legislation signed Wednesday by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Federal judges don't give Gov. Jerry Brown the additional three years he wants to cut California's prison population ... but do give him a little more time to work on a solution.
An effort could soon emerge to place a ban on fundraising during legislative sessions on the 2014 statewide ballot.
Gov. Jerry Brown, as expected, signs a closely watched bill to impose new regulations on the oil drilling process known as fracking.
A Democratic legislative priority -- lowering the threshold to impose local parcel taxes for schools -- may not do much to affect either the number of those ballot measures or their outcome on Election Day.
Gov. Jerry Brown makes an exception -- twice, no less -- to the unwritten rule of governors not weighing in on pending legislation.
As the end of the Legislature's 2013 session fast approaches, hundreds of bills are being reworked in the final hours -- including two closely watched proposals whose authors say something is better than nothing.
Gov. Jerry Brown and Democrats in the state Senate end their feud over prison overcrowding by deciding, in essence, to do both of their proposals one at a time.
Legislators place a fresh batch of bills on the desk of Gov. Jerry Brown with less than a week to go before they close up shop for 2013.
Senate Democrats push their prison overcrowding plan forward, while Gov. Jerry Brown warns it will result in a mass release of inmates by year's end.