California’s top judge has joined a chorus of Democrat lawmakers who argue the state should do away with bail -- the system that lets people pay for their freedom before trial.
Foster children are used to being objectified as statistics, people to pity. But in "Lost Childhoods," an exhibition at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, they got a chance to craft their own story.
Some long, long overdue recognition later today for a group of veterans who were instrumental in helping the United States defeat Japan in World War II.
Trump Administration Imposes New Limits on Refugee Entries
The Trump administration’s 120-day suspension of refugee admissions ended Tuesday, and was replaced by new restrictions.
Tesla Workers Claim Retaliation over Unionizing Efforts
Around 20 Tesla factory workers staged a protest Tuesday at a Tesla showroom located on the electric car maker’s Fremont factory grounds. Some of the workers said they were fired because of their efforts to unionize with the United Auto Workers.
Among the people displaced by the Wine Country fires were scores of very ill people whose final wish was to die peacefully at home. For some, the fires made that dying wish impossible.