Bay Area Restaurant Owners, Operators Face Charges on Tax, Labor PracticesThree people have been arraigned in connection to tax evasion and labor law violations at Japanese restaurants in San Jose, Concord and Daly City that they owned and operated.
3 Arrested In Statewide Mortgage Fraud Scheme That Targeted Mostly SeniorsThree officers of a mortgage company have been arrested for allegedly operating a mortgage fraud scheme that mostly targeted seniors and resulted in losses of more than $7 million.
California Joins Maine, D.C. In Lawsuit Against OxyContin ManufacturerCalifornia joined other states in a lawsuit filed Monday accusing Purdue Pharma of falsely promoting OxyContin as not addictive even as the opioid emerged as among the most widely abused in the U.S.
Judge Orders California AG To Release Pre-2019 Police Misconduct FilesA judge ordered California's attorney general to release police misconduct records predating Jan. 1, when new transparency legislation took effect.
California Joins Dozen Other States In Lawsuit Against Trump’s Emergency Declaration To Fund WallCalifornia's attorney general says at least a dozen states will join a lawsuit against President Donald Trump's emergency declaration to fund a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Lawmakers Call For Attorney General To Investigate California's Sky High Gas PricesA recent report by the state's Petroleum Market Advisory Committee says California pays as much as thirty cents more per gallon than they should. Why?
Trump AG Nominee Grilled By Harris, Other 2020 ProspectsSen. Kamala Harris was among three potential 2020 presidential candidates who went on the attack against President Donald Trump in the confirmation hearing for his nominee for attorney general.
AG: PG&E Could Face Murder Charges For Role In Deadly Camp FirePG&E could face criminal charges as serious as manslaughter or murder in the wake of the deadly Camp Fire.
Rosenstein To Meet Trump Thursday; Job Hangs In BalanceDeputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein headed to the White House on Monday expecting to be fired by President Donald Trump, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press.
Trump Wishes He Hadn't Picked Jeff Sessions For Attorney GeneralPresident Donald Trump said Wednesday he regretted choosing Jeff Sessions as attorney general, a continuation of the President's frustrations over Sessions' decision to recuse himself from the Russia investigation.
California Governor, Attorney General Blast Fed Lawsuit Over Sanctuary PoliciesGov. Jerry Brown and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra vowed today to defend the state against a U.S. government lawsuit that claims three state laws protecting undocumented immigrants are unconstitutional.
New Lawsuit Says Uber Broke Law By Covering Up Massive Data BreachPennsylvania joins other US Attorneys General and is suing Uber, saying it broke state law when it failed to notify thousands of drivers for a year that hackers stole their personal information.
AG Sessions' Anti-Marijuana Views Not Advanced By Crime Task ForceThe task force Attorney General Jeff Sessions assembled to find the best legal strategy against the marijuana industry is giving him no ammunition.
California Bans State Travel to More StatesCalifornia's attorney general has blocked state-funded travel to Texas and three other states in response to what he considers anti-LGBT rights laws enacted this year.
Attorneys General Ask Education Secretary DeVos To Restore Guidance To Student Aid BorrowersAttorneys general from 20 states including California are faulting Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for rolling back Obama-era guidance they say helps protect student loan borrowers.