Water cuts are coming to CA and 6 nearby states. How will they be distributed?
Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled a new concealed carry bill this week, banning guns in public places. It’s a response to the latest California mass shootings.
For months, seven states that rely on the Colorado River have been debating how to reduce their water use — because the river is nearing critically-low levels.
Other states, including Massachusetts and New York, are taking a page out of the California playbook and are working to improve and protect abortion access. Critics review the latest film releases: “Knock at the Cabin,” “80 for Brady,” “The Amazing Maurice,” and “Pamela, A Love Story.”Making chocolate soufflé is not difficult. There are just a few techniques that are easy to master. Even if yours doesn’t rise, it will still have all the attributes that make you swoon.
‘Critical history’ has been cut from AP African American course: UCLA professor
The College Board has revised some of its new AP African American studies curriculum following criticism from Governor Ron DeSantis and other conservatives.
After taking over Twitter, Elon Musk now faces a roughly $300 million interest payment on the company’s debt.
“The Quiet Epidemic” examines the spread of Lyme disease and the medical establishment’s reluctance to acknowledge its seriousness.
For years in San Francisco, wetsuit-wearing members of a swim club have been shamed by those who don’t wear them. Why?
Earthlings can see a green-tailed comet for first time in 50,000 years
A comet with a green tail will be the most visible in tonight's sky. It last passed through our solar system 50,000 years ago.
The government has asked California and six other states to reach an agreement on drastic cuts for water use, or it would make the decision itself. Today is the deadline.
Starting May 11, the U.S. government will no longer fully pay for COVID testing, treatment, and vaccines for people who don’t have health insurance.
Since July, a new law has required the California Justice Department to investigate incidents where police fatally shoot someone. But in some cases, that’s not happening.
A new Frontline documentary explores why American presidents have declined to aggressively confront Vladimir Putin as he tried to rebuild the Soviet Union.
Police brutality video footage: Does the public need to see it?
Following the violent beating and death of Tyre Nichols, retired LAPD Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey looks at the Memphis police department and what went wrong.
Is there a benefit to watching videos of police brutality? Do they galvanize people to fight for change or do they numb viewers to trauma?
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis could face a lawsuit over the state's decision to reject a new Advanced Placement class on African American studies.
The Academy is investigating the promotional campaign behind Andrea Riseborough’s Oscar nomination for her role in “To Leslie.”
The new documentary “Sometimes When We Touch” explores the rise of soft rock during the 1970s and 1980s.
Lisa Marie Presley’s death is a heart health wake-up call for women
Lisa Marie’s sudden death, at age 54, has more women thinking about heart health. The CDC says heart disease is now the leading cause of death for women in the U.S.
Adam Schiff and Katie Porter are running for Dianne Feinstein’s Senate seat, and Barbara Lee is expected to officially join the race too.
Critics review the latest films: “Infinity Pool,” “The Man in the Basement,” You People,” and “Close.”
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