Trump makes impulsive decisions, and the consequences go beyond the damaging departure of Defense Secretary James Mattis, a Marine and veteran who was the wisest and most respected member of the Cabinet.
A collaboration with the Miami Herald, other McClatchy newspapers and The Trace, a nonprofit online news organization that covers firearms issues, tabulated just how many more youths fell after Parkland.
California Governor Gavin Newsom delivered his first State of the State speech Tuesday where he trimmed down some of Brown’s biggest and most contentious projects and appeared to prepare for a few of his own.
Felicia Marcus appears to be working for her old employers in the environmental movement, not the people of California. With her vote to ignore agreements made with the state, Marcus “flipped the bird” to Gov. Newsom. He should replace her with someone all of us can trust.
PG&E has asked a bankruptcy judge to approve more than $130 million in employee bonuses. The California utility has bigger priorities, like compensating wildfire victims and inspecting electrical lines.
His approach to Venezuela proves it: President Donald Trump’s more muscular, assertive diplomacy will take time to acquire global credibility after years of former President Barack Obama’s empty words.
Trump has made it clear that he’ll continue to deny science and put us all in jeopardy, so long as the oil industry cashes in. Through the tragedy in Santa Barbara 50 years ago, we know better. Now, let’s do better.
The Trump supporters who made a scene at La Cosecha restaurant in Sacramento showed twisted mindset as old as California, targeting Mexican people for condemnation. The bigotry proves that demeaning an entire ethnic group is sadly a political winner.
Newly elected California Governor Gavin Newsom shocked city officials across the state when he sued Huntington Beach over its housing plan. They should not be surprised. He means to solve the housing crisis.
The scope of the shortfall on addressing the California housing crisis after years of neglect means that even the new governor’s ambitious agenda will be insufficient. We encourage him to consider these additional measures.