Former Gov. Schwarzenegger Returns To State Capitol For Official Portrait Unveiling, Climate Change PanelFormer Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger made a rare political appearance on Monday in Sacramento to promote California's fight against climate change and to attend a ceremony to unveil his official portrait as governor.
Arnold Schwarzenegger To Make Rare Return To State CapitalFormer California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will return to the state capital on Monday for two high-profile public events.
Schwarzenegger Returns To Film In 'Last Stand'Arnold Schwarzenegger will be making his movie comeback in New Mexico as "Sheriff Ray Owens" in the movie "Last Stand" when filming begins in October...
Schwarzenegger Sons Born Less Than A Week ApartPatricia Baena was Schwarzenegger’s longtime housekeeper and the woman with whom he fathered a child several years before his election -- a secret they both kept for nearly 14 years.
The Schwarzenegger Era Comes To A CloseAfter seven years, the "Governator's" run as leader of California comes to an end Monday in Sacramento, when Arnold Schwarzenegger leaves office and is replaced by Jerry Brown.
Schwarzenegger Vows Lifelong Environmental StewardshipGovernor Schwarzenegger and the leaders of state and provincial governments from all over the world have signed two landmark agreements on climate change at a conference at UC Davis, as the governor lays the groundwork for his future as an international environmental leader.
Schwarzenegger Vetoes Pet Health Insurance BillOwners of Fido and Fluffy won't get relief navigating insurance policies for their pets after Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed a bill requiring greater disclosure.
Phil Matier: Governor May Be Bluffing on Budget Progress
CA Supreme Court Discusses Legality of FurloughsThe hotly debated issue of state worker furloughs came before the California Supreme Court Wednesday. At issue is whether a lower court was correct when it ruled the governor does not have the authority to order furloughs.
Farm Worker Unionization Would be Easier Under New CA Bill
State Delays Payments To Schools