One person died by suicide every 11 minutes in 2020, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
US Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra unveiled a new push by the Biden administration Tuesday to accelerate its efforts to prevent, detect and treat long Covid.
Industrialists David and Charles Koch won their duel with California's attorney general when the U.S. Supreme Court invalidated a regulation aimed at forcing the brothers' non-profit political group, Americans for Prosperity, to reveal its donors, columnist Dan Walters says.
California's elected sheriffs are feeling the heat in an era of heightened activism on criminal justice reform, columnist Dan Walters says.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom's selection of Assemblyman Rob Bonta as attorney general was an inevitable result of identity politics, columnist Dan Walters says.
The automaker dumped its opposition to California's clean air standards the moment it became clear Trump would lose, columnist Tom Elias says.
California offers two examples of how the intergovernmental food chain works, columnist Dan Walters says.
California's district attorneys are squabbling over whether California should continue to soften criminal penalties, columnist Dan Walters says.
The State Attorney General filed a motion to join a lawsuit challenging a major resort in a wildfire-prone area of Lake County, 40 minutes from Calistoga.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed a motion Monday to join a lawsuit challenging the approval of a major resort in a wildfire-prone area of Lake County.
If Dianne Feinstein retires early, it could throw the state's political elite into even more turmoil than it is now, columnist Tom Elias says.
California Sen. Dianne Feinstein suffers from "cognitive decline," according to a New Yorker magazine article. It raises the possibility that she may not fill out her current term.
California's politicians are playing musical chairs as Gov. Gavin Newsom mulls appointments to high-profile offices, columnist Dan Walters says.
California is represented in the White House for the first time in more than 30 years, columnist Tom Elias says.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom is being pressed by various identity groups on his looming appointment to the U.S. Senate, columnist Dan Walters says.
With Kamala Harris now the vice president-elect of the United States, many Californians wonder who Gov. Gavin Newsom will appoint to her Senate seat, columnist Tom Elias says.
The latest lawsuit, brought by Becerra and Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson, challenges a rule from the administration's Council on Environmental Quality.
California politicians are waging a campaign against Uber, Lyft and other gig economy companies in advance of voters' decision on Proposition 22, columnist Dan Walters says.
If Biden wins in November, the pressure will be on Newsom to name a replacement senator from Southern California, columnist Tom Elias says.
California's attorneys general are empowered to write official titles for statewide ballot measures but the current AG, Xavier Becerra, continues the practice of providing slanted and partisan summaries.
Local authorities say both the Fuller and Harsch cases remain under investigation.
The proposal for the state to decertify problem cops was part of a sweeping reform effort Becerra unveiled Monday.
Scammers try to convince victims they've come in contact with someone who's tested positive for COVID-19.