Pelosi, Schumer To Meet With Trump Amid Looming Government ShutdownCongress’ top two Democrats said Monday they’ve accepted an invitation from President Donald Trump for a White House budget summit later this week.
Democrats Pull Out Of White House Meeting After Trump Twitter AttackDemocratic leaders pulled out of a White House meeting Tuesday hours after President Donald Trump took to Twitter to bad-mouth them.
Public Row Between Trump, GOP Sen. Corker EscalatesIn a startling verbal assault on the president of his own party, Republican Sen. Bob Corker charged Tuesday that Donald Trump "debases our nation" with constant untruths, name calling and bullying, and will leave behind a sad legacy of damaging division.
Memorial Stadium Renovation Cost Puts Cal Athletics Budget In JeopardyThe $400 million price tag for renovating Memorial stadium could end up leading to cuts to Cal Sports, bleeding the athletics department dry and plunging into crippling debt.
Financial Blunder Proves Costly For Palo Alto School DistrictA Peninsula school district's serious budget failure is leaving taxpayers on the hook for $6 million, all because someone forgot to send a letter.
California Teachers Struggle As School Administrators Get Generous PensionsAs California public schools face layoffs and budget cuts, some school administrators are retiring with huge pensions.
San Francisco Weighs How To Help Homeless With Mental Health IssuesCritics say throwing more money at San Francisco's homeless problem won't solve it.
California Teachers Struggle As School Administrators Get Generous PensionsAs California public schools face layoffs and budget cuts, some school administrators are retiring with huge pensions.
Trump's $4.1 Trillion Budget: More For Military, Less For The PoorPresident Donald Trump on Tuesday sent Congress a $4.1 trillion federal spending plan that promises faster economic growth and steep cuts to programs for the poor in a bid to balance the government's books over the next decade.
UC Regents Approve Cap On Nonresident UndergraduatesThe University of California Board of Regents approved its first ever enrollment cap on nonresident undergraduates, heeding calls from the public to reserve more spots at its campuses for students from around the state.
Protesters Call For Rollback Of UC Tuition Hike Outside Regents MeetingProtests heated up outside a meeting of the University of California regents Wednesday morning as officials gathered to discuss budget concerns raised by a recent audit.
Some Question How Prop 56 Tobacco Tax Funds Being UsedWhen it comes to spending the tobacco tax approved on the state ballot last November, Governor Jerry Brown seems to have a somewhat creative interpretation of what voters approved.

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