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Her lawyer said she had been "physically threatened," but he didn't provide details. He would not comment on whether the threats came from anyone tied to the president, the Trump campaign or the Trump Organization
The hatching of two bald eagle chicks in a nest on one of the Channel Islands off Southern California gave webcam viewers a thrill this week. Watch video of the babies here.
Amanda Renteria has called on fellow Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom to leave his post as lieutenant governor because of a past relationship he had with a subordinate.
Slaughter was the first woman to lead the powerful House Rules Committee and had planned to run for a 17th term. She died following a fall in her home, according to a spokesperson.
How to get around on race day and where to watch runners along the 26.2-mile "stadium to the sea" course.
"It has not been in my plans to run for president, but I have not ruled it out," the 55-year-old Flake said Friday in his first solo political appearance in New Hampshire.
The agency's strategic planning document does not mention the potential impact of a changing climate on the rising risk of natural hazards.
Authorities are asking for the public's help in finding the person who pushed a 35-pound, basketball-sized rock off an overpass — killing a man.
Trump chastised McMaster for saying "the evidence is now really incontrovertible" that Russia interfered in the 2016 election.
The closure and cancellation of gas-fired power plants comes amid a California power glut and improvements in battery storage. But gas isn't over.
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California State Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) and several other senators and assembly members introduced a comprehensive Net Neutrality bill on Wednesday to prohibit internet access providers from blocking or throttling websites and online services that prioritize access to certain sites over others.
Amid an FBI corruption investigation, a Pac-12 task force has put forth a sweeping set of college basketball recommendations.
Some educators continually make claims for what standardized tests can do.
One of the most notable moments at this year’s 90th annual Academy Awards came when Best Actress winner Frances McDormand ended her acceptance speech with two words: “inclusion rider.”
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Christy Lemire and Tim Cogshell review this weekend’s new movie releases.
If you were playing Trump-in-California bingo, you could mark "blast Governor Brown" on your card.
Rumors of the demise of Tom Bergin's Irish Pub have been exaggerated. The bar expects more than 12,000 people for its St. Patrick's Day festival.
A short sea voyage instead of a gridlocked drive on the 405 — does the idea hold water?
It’s been a Cinderella tale for the Cal State Fullerton Titans, so all eyes will be on the team Friday as they take the court against Purdue.
The 26-mile course is typically littered with discarded cups, water bottles, food, clothes — much of which is now recycled, composted or donated.
Performer and playwright Sarah Jones tackles tricky topics such as prostitution and pornography in her multi-character solo show.