Schwarzenegger Says He Still Loves Estranged-Wife Maria ShriverArnold Schwarzenegger is quoted in an interview in Germany’s top-selling newspaper saying he’s still in love with his estranged wife, Maria Shriver.
Schwarzenegger Launches Think Tank, Set To Release Tell All BookThe man who never tires of telling people he'll be back returned again Monday, this time as a global policy wonk and statesman dedicated to leading America into what he calls a new post-partisan era.
California 9/11 License Plate Fund Raided For Deficits, Brown Orders AuditA review by The Associated Press of the $15 million collected since lawmakers approved the "California Memorial Scholarship Program" shows only a small fraction of the money went to scholarships.
Suit Seeks To Nullify Schwarzenegger CommutationA lawsuit seeks to nullify Arnold Schwarzenegger's commutation of a prison sentence for a political ally's son shortly before his term as California governor ended in January.
Shriver, Schwarzenegger Drifted Apart QuietlyAt times, the marriage of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver looked like a fairy tale come true. But the public record is replete with problems that would strain any union.
Former Gov. Schwarzenegger, Shriver Announce SeparationArnold Schwarzenegger has announced that he and his wife of 25 years, Maria Shriver are separating.
Phil Matier: California Lawmakers Hope For Better Luck With BrownState legislators have revived dozens of proposals vetoed by former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, with the hopes that Governor Jerry Brown will sign them.
Schwarzenegger Tweets Plans To Returning To ActingAfter seven years as California’s governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger is returning to his old day job: acting.
Schwarzenegger Apologizes To Victim’s Family Over ClemencyFormer Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger reportedly has apologized for not informing a slain man’s family he was cutting the prison term of one of the two people involved in the killing.
Schwarzenegger Reduces Sentence For Son Of Ex-Assembly SpeakerThe victim’s father said politics had no place in interfering with justice.
San Jose Loses Solid Advocate For High Speed Rail Silicon Valley has lost a crucial voice in the planning of California's high speed rail project, because one of the region's most experienced transit advocates has not been reappointed to the bullet train board.
Court Thwarts Schwarzenegger Plan To Sell Office BuildingsA California appeals court on Monday effectively barred the sale of state government buildings from proceeding until after Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger leaves office, casting doubt over whether the deal will ever go through.
Justices Recuse Themselves In California Building Sale CaseGov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has made a last-minute plea to the California Supreme Court to allow the sale of state office buildings to proceed.
California Jobless Rate Unchanged For 4th Straight MonthCalifornia's jobless rate held steady at 12.4 percent in November for the fourth straight month according to the latest data released today by the state's Employment Development Department.
San Jose Appeals Court Shortens Deadline In State Building Sale CaseA state appeals court in San Jose shortened its deadline Thursday for receiving written arguments on whether it should continue a stay blocking the $2.3 billion sale of 11 state buildings.