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The Obama administration's proposal to remove the gray wolf from federal endangered species list is prompting howls of protest from environmentalists and congressional Democrats and has given ranchers, hunters and Republican lawmakers reason to cheer.
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.
PLACERVILLE - El Dorado County supervisors voted to eliminate perks that inflated the salaries of seven of the region's highest-paid elected officials.
SACRAMENTO - A five-percent pay raise goes into effect for 120 legislators and 12 constitutional officers this week.
SACRAMENTO - Two California lawmakers are introducing legislation intended to crack down on the classification and color-coding of toy guns.
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.
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.
Virginia state police are investigating a stabbing attack on a prominent state senator as an attempted murder and suicide by his son, who died at the scene, an official said Tuesday.
SACRAMENTO - California employment development officials say the debt has grown because the state pays more in jobless benefits that it receives in employer-paid taxes.
It's a healthcare revolt against President Barack Obama from within his own party, and it has the White House vowing to veto a bill that could undermine the Affordable Care Act.
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.
WASHINGTON - Breaking ranks with the White House and the Democratic leadership in the Senate, Sen. Dianne Feinstein on Tuesday endorsed a proposal under which people could stay on their current insurance even if the policies fail to meet the Affordable Care Act's minimum coverage standards.
SACRAMENTO - State Sen. Ron Calderon has been stripped of his committee assignments amid a federal investigation involving allegations that he accepted money in return for promoting certain bills.
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.
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?
The state's pension fund for teachers is in dire straits.
WASHINGTON - Taxpayers will foot the $2 billion cost of providing back pay to the 850,000 workers sent home during all or part of the 16-day shutdown.
WASHINGTON -- The Senate easily passed the Employee Non-Discrimination Act which seeks to ban discrimination by most employers based on the sexual orientation or gender identity of current or would-be employees.
The failure of Tea Party-backed candidates in Tuesday's election shows that Democrats have been successful in making the Tea Party label a negative for Republicans, even if it isn't always clear what being a Tea Party candidate means.
STOCKTON - The man selected to be the next city manager of Stockton says pay isn't good enough.
WASHINGTON - Legislation that would ban discrimination of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender individuals in the workplace passed a critical test in the Senate Monday.
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.
Here is a timeline of events of the bribery investigation into state Sen. Ron Calderon, D-Montebello.
President Obama touted his health care law in Massachusetts, which has a similar plan.
The biggest obstacle for House and Senate conferees is the wide gap in food stamp cuts - the House bill cuts by $39 billion; the Senate by $4.5 billion
WASHINGTON - Medicare chief Marilyn Tavenner said insurers, not the administration, are to blame for the notices. Some states directed insurers to issue cancellations.
WASHINGTON - Sen. Dianne Feinstein, chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said Monday the panel wasn't "satisfactorily informed" about everything the NSA was doing and announced a thorough review of U.S. surveillance programs.
State campaign finance officials impose a record setting fine in what they say was "dark money" spent to influence two California initiative efforts.
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Some states are likely to allow federal workers who were furloughed during the government shutdown to collect both back pay and jobless benefits for the time they were idled.
President Barack Obama signed into law a bipartisan deal approved by Congress Wednesday to reopen the federal government and avert an unprecedented debt default, ending a bitter and partisan 16-day impasse.
WASHINGTON - House Republicans failed Tuesday to put together an alternative plan ahead of a Senate bipartisan deal to reopen government, avert a debt default
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.
Voters are fed up with Congress and want to throw the bums out.
House Republicans are trying to put together an alternative plan ahead of a Senate bipartisan deal.
WASHINGTON - Senate leaders said Monday they are close to an agreement to reopen government and avoid an unprecedented U.S. debt default before the Thursday deadline.