An interview with former senator Russ Feingold on some of the mistakes the U.S. has made since 9/11.
The movement among millionaires to make the wealthy pay more in taxes didn’t start with Warren Buffett’s secretary. It began in Piedmont, at civil rights attorney Guy Saperstein’s house.
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.
Governor Jerry Brown said the country is in a perilous time and needs strong leadership to fix mounting problems facing legislators in both Washington and Sacramento.
Oracle Corp. has agreed to pay $46 million to settle a lawsuit over alleged kickbacks to win government work.
A Palo Alto doctor, who witnessed the oppressive government of Hosni Mubarak first hand, said the current uprising is long overdue.
Anxiety about the economy and unhappiness with government were not enough to dissuade Californians from electing two veteran politicians in the state’s marquee races.
Google is suing the U.S. Department of the Interior over a request for bids for a new e-mail and messaging solution it says favors rival Microsoft.
In one of her most notable campaign attack ads, Republican Meg Whitman portrays her opponent for governor as a puppet of labor—a politician who has benefited from at least $20 million in union spending this year.
WASHINGTON (AP) _ Owners of the iPhone will be able to legally break electronic locks on their devices in order to download software applications that haven’t been approved by Apple Inc., according to new government […]