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Commentary: Five myths about Apple

Apple has always generated an unusually high volume of misunderstandings masquerading as common knowledge. Read more

Commentary: What can one person do to save the planet?


If current national leaders won't regulate carbon emissions, individuals have to take the lead as best they can. Read more

Napa Valley residents buy foreclosed homes at a fraction of the cost

Foreclosures, short sales and distressed property and homes can be hidden gems in your local real estate market. Read more



Dan Walters: Feinstein-de León Senate debate changed nothing

The bottom line of Wednesday’s event was that nothing emerged to change the dynamic of the senatorial election and improve de León’s chances of winning on Nov. 6. Read more


Thomas D. Elias: Trump obscures huge differences in the run for governor

The focus of the ongoing election, one where many voters already have ballots in hand, is primarily on President Donald Trump, from both his loyal supporters and his fervent opponents. Read more


Dan Walters: Brown’s legacy will include a DMV debacle

One consistent trait has been Gov. Brown's obvious disdain for nuts-and-bolts management of a very large organizational structure. Brown prefers to explore more interesting, often abstract issues and leave day-to-day management of the bureaucracy to others. Read more

The Week in Cartoons

The Week in Cartoons

A collection of the best cartoons of the last week by The Washington Post Writers Group's award-winning roster of syndicated editorial cartoonists from across the nation. Read more


Security solutions to keep your Napa Valley family and home safe this spring

Talk to a local expert about a digital alarm system that will protect your family and belongings.


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