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  • Public needs cold, hard numbers on use of deadly force

    Public needs cold, hard numbers on use of deadly force
    California Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris wasn’t campaigning for U.S. Senate on Jan. 5, the day of her inauguration for her second term. Sen. Barbara Boxer’s retirement announcement was still a few days away. But even as Harris was making...
  • Friends puzzled by trio accused of creating fake police force

    Friends puzzled by trio accused of creating fake police force
    The crowd erupted in applause as state Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris prepared to speak at the Second Baptist Church in South Los Angeles about the late Martin Luther King Jr. One of Harris' aides, Brandon Kiel – who was known as a savvy staffer with...
  • Bizarre fake police force included Kamala Harris aide, prosecutors say

    Bizarre fake police force included Kamala Harris aide, prosecutors say
    Los Angeles County Sheriff's Capt. Roosevelt Johnson thought it was odd when three people — two of them dressed in police uniforms he didn't recognize — strolled into the Santa Clarita station in February. One man introduced himself as chief...
  • California charities must disclose major donors, court rules

    California charities must disclose major donors, court rules
    California may require charities that raise money in the state to disclose the names of major contributors, a federal appeals court decided Friday. The decision stemmed from a lawsuit by the Center for Competitive Politics, a group that opposes campaign...
  • Senators blast delays in seizing guns from criminals, mentally ill

    Senators blast delays in seizing guns from criminals, mentally ill
    Two years after receiving $24 million for the task, officials with the state Department of Justice said Thursday that the agency needs up to three more years to eliminate a backlog of people who improperly own firearms despite criminal convictions or...
  • Corinthian shutdown: What it means for students

    Corinthian shutdown: What it means for students
    Corinthian Colleges Inc., a Santa Ana company that was once one of the nation's largest for-profit college chains, announced that it is shutting down its remaining two dozen schools effective Monday — a move that leaves 16,000 students scrambling...
  • Front-runners Hillary Clinton and Kamala Harris face different hurdles

    Front-runners Hillary Clinton and Kamala Harris face different hurdles
    It is one of the oddities of this campaign season: In races for two of the most sought-after political offices in the country, two Democratic women are running virtually unchallenged, their tasks both boosted and complicated by the veneer of...
  • Federal judge blocks California's ban on foie gras

    Federal judge blocks California's ban on foie gras
    Foie gras can go back on the menu in California after a federal judge on Wednesday overturned the state's ban on the sale of the fatty duck and goose liver. U.S. District Judge Stephen V. Wilson permanently blocked the state attorney general from...
  • State pension funds look to recover more after S&P settlement

    State pension funds look to recover more after S&P settlement
    The nation's richest public pension fund was a big winner in the settlement with Standard & Poor's Financial Services over its ratings on mortgage-backed securities lawsuits. But that doesn't mean that the California Public Employees' Retirement System,...
  • Rocky Chávez cites Marine background as key asset in U.S. Senate race

    Rocky Chávez cites Marine background as key asset in U.S. Senate race
    Rocky Chávez, a Republican state assemblyman from Oceanside, launched a campaign for U.S. Senate on Thursday, offering his military background as a key asset in the race to succeed Democratic incumbent Barbara Boxer. Chávez, 63, a retired Marine colonel...
  • Villaraigosa's experience could play well in the Senate

    Villaraigosa's experience could play well in the Senate
    SACRAMENTO — Antonio Villaraigosa's resume definitely qualifies him to be a U.S. senator and suggests the potential of a pretty effective one. Big city mayor. State legislative leader. Player in the national political arena. Plus: iron will,...