A tightly contested East Bay Congressional race is getting nastier and nastier by the day as the two candidates are at odds over Social Security benefits.
Many veterans who attended Monday’s meeting said they have been waiting months and sometimes even years for decisions.
A federal judge in San Francisco has said the denial of insurance benefits to same-sex spouses is discriminatory.
A new system of processing applications for food stamps is leaving some Californians hungry, and waiting longer than they should for their benefits.
Hundreds of thousands of Californians who want to kick their tobacco habits have a new tool to help them do so.
Contra Costa County workers were rallying throughout the county Tuesday to protest what they call unjust treatment and to demand fair wages and benefits.
The public has gotten a snapshot of the pay of executives at Sutter Health and its hospital nurses in the midst of a California labor dispute.
Some of the nurses who took part in a one-day strike at hospitals in Northern and Central California are not being allowed by hospital management to resume work immediately.
Top county officials in Contra Costa have joined other employees in having their salaries and benefits cut to help in closing a projected budget deficit of nearly $46 million.
The state auditor’s office is adding teacher pensions to the list of high-risk issues facing California government.