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Should vaccinations for children be legally required?
Is increasing income inequality a bad thing for America?
Californians of a certain age love their Mustangs, as Ford Motor Co. surely understood when it unveiled the 50th-anniversary edition of the iconic muscle car last week.
Well, well, well. It's always a glorious day in a socialist paradise when the lefties show their tyrannical hand and try to suppress speech.
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. - The sounds of high-performance car engines filled the air Sunday as thousands of fans, friends and car enthusiasts headed to the Los Angeles suburb of Santa Clarita to pay tribute to Paul Walker at the site where the "Fast & Furious" actor died in a car crash.
An impressionistic painter and her jazz musician husband left California for their native Kentucky to make a home and studio on the recently lifeless Bridge Street in Frankfort.
On Friday morning, Richard Pollock at the Washington Examiner broke an important story about the the large number of doctors choosing not to participate in Covered California, the state's Obamacare exchange.
The Obama administration is selectively releasing data and metrics on ObamaCare to bolster its case that the rollout is going better in the month of December.
As the Christmas season descends upon Nashville, the news media are fascinated with a case that could come from a legal thriller.
Fresh cold and the return of Santa Ana winds are in store for Southern California to start the new week.
Some Californians whose policies have been canceled are finding relief in a surprising place: from insurance companies that aren't offering plans on the new Covered California marketplace.
The California Chamber of Commerce represents more than 13,000 businesses, from companies such as Microsoft and Walt Disney, to local companies with small numbers of employees.
Supporters of the Affordable Care Act encouraged people to promote health insurance at Thanksgiving family gatherings.
Fire officials say a California woman who survived a blaze that killed her husband and two of her children has been released from the hospital.
Tulare County Agricultural and Standards inspector Christopher Greer collects frozen oranges for future inspection during a cold snap affecting the San Joaquin Valley citrus crop Friday, Dec. 6, 2013 in Traver, Calif.
For Diane Long, the possibilities are staggering in matching up California’s trade and investment power with that of China.
A man linked to a Mexican drug cartel will be sentenced Friday in San Diego after pleading guilty to attempted murder in a plot to kill a couple in Southern California.