VIDEO: Iconic actor/director/writer Rob Reiner discusses his new film, “And So It Goes.”
Bay Area soccer fans were thrilled to see Danville-born Chris Wondolowski crack the team USA roster for World Cup 2014 in Brazil, but the San Jose Earthquakes star is perhaps even more popular in the Lawton, Oklahoma area – home of Kiowa Nation.
To become one of two teams to advance from World Cup 2014′s “Group of Death” the United States squad is going to need a little luck, and they may have just received it in the form of a 4-0 drubbing by Germany of the number four ranked team in the world.
If you are one of the suckers that can’t watch World Cup 2014 with friends you have two options: Get a job at CBS and they give you a TV at your desk OR you can just stream the games online via a couple of major broadcasters, ESPN and Univision.
The turnout at the polls was so light this morning that our own Insider Phil Matier was the first to vote at his polling place.
The first gubernatorial primary under California’s new top-two system has evolved into a typical campaign between Republicans hoping to come in second, pitting a state lawmaker who is a tea party favorite against a socially moderate investment banker making his first run for public office.
California has set a new record for poor voter turnout in three consecutive gubernatorial primaries. And it appears that Tuesday’s turnout is expected to hit an all-time low.
GM is on track to break the American automaker record for the most recalls in a single year, ever.
Stanford’s star linebacker becomes the first Bay Area college player selected in this year’s football draft.
Most teams are looking at this week’s NFL draft with a sense of optimism and rebirth. Raider fans know better. The draft has crushed the hopes of Raider Nation perhaps more than any other team. Don’t believe me?