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The executive order on health care President Donald Trump signed Thursday seeks to do away with many requirements under Obamacare. California officials vow to fight.
Teams with cadaver dogs began a grim search Thursday for more dead in parts of California wine country devastated by wildfires.
To lower costs, Trump is making it easier for businesses to buy insurance through "association health plans," which offer less coverage than the ACA requires. But can employers can't attract good talent with low-coverage health plans?
The decision came hours after The Hollywood Reporter published a producer's detailed claims of harassment by Price.
Mandalay Bay hotel officials say the gunman wounded a security guard in a hotel hallway within 40 seconds of firing into the crowd at a music festival, disputing a police timeline.
Brown has remained a background player as one of the worst series of wildfires in California history tears across the state's wine country and beyond.
As wildfires spread through Northern California counties, clouds of smoke and ash are spreading, too, far beyond the flames. Air quality officials have a database that's searchable by ZIP code.
Timothy Whalen,director of the Getty Conservation Institute, has been elected to serve for three years as the Chair of the National Trust's Board of Trustees.
"California is not just about Silicon Valley, it's not just about agriculture, it's not just about Hollywood — it's about families and kids," Brown said before signing the bills outside a Sacramento center that provides resources for homeless women.
They are running to replace Jimmy Gomez, who resigned from his position in the Assembly after being elected to Congress to represent California's 34th District.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced the contract Wednesday to Tetra Tech Inc., headquartered in Pasadena.
Facebook pages have been set up to reunite people with the strangers who helped them. One victim's father says he'd like to "give that feeling that you really mattered to somebody. To us."
The United States is pulling out of UNESCO after repeated criticism of resolutions by the U.N. cultural agency that Washington sees as anti-Israel.
In 2002, Donald Trump was expected to be a savior for Rancho Palos Verdes. But over the next decade, he brought lawsuits and offended residents. It's a lesson in Trump's management style.
Caitlan Coleman, her Canadian husband and their children had been held by an extremist group in Afghanistan since 2012. Pakistan's military says it secured their release.
As one Monterey critic put it, E. Charlton Fortune "was focused, determined, highly trained, and, ultimately, one of America's great impressionists."
A Navy Reservist was going to deploy to Afghanistan for a year. His boss laid him off. He tried to sue for discrimination, but was blocked by an arbitration agreement.
It takes more than just a star to put on a show: there’s a lot of behind-the-scenes work, too. One program teaches students the skills to get technical work in the entertainment industry.
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As more women come forward with their sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein questions keep piling up. Among them: Why did Ronan Farrow, a reporter for NBC News, publish his story about Harvey Weinstein in The New Yorker?
Joe Morton plays the late comedian and activist Dick Gregory on stage in "Turn Me Loose." That Gregory's comedy remains so relevant today, Morton says, is both remarkable and troubling.
President Trump will release an executive order today that will roll back health insurance rules and requirements, allowing small businesses and potentially consumers to buy “association health plans,” which are cheaper but provide less coverage than health plans under ACA.
The Boy Scouts of America announced Wednesday that it will be admitting girls into the Cub Scouts.
Are California freeways ready for driverless cars with no one behind the wheel?
“Open secret” is one term that has been used over and over again to describe disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein’s behaviors.
Gusting winds and dry air forecast for Thursday could drive the next wave of devastating wildfires that are already well on their way to becoming the deadliest and most destructive in California history.
Northern California vineyards have been devastated by wildfire. But one vintner says that his vineyard stopped the fire from spreading to his property.
If a street vendor in LA is undocumented and selling in a public park, a city-issued fine could alert immigration agents.
The group hired a plane to carry a banner, reading "Hollywood: Stop Enabling Abuse." The plane flew over the city for a few hours Tuesday.
The Binge is our monthly list of the best movies and television shows you should be streaming. Mark Jordan Legan is our guide, and here are his picks.
If the California DMV's proposed self-driving regulations take effect, self-driving cars without a human driver could be on the roads by next summer
Do you eat on a train? Take up extra seats on the bus when you don't need them? You might be a Metro Rude Dude.