To help get goods moving requires a holistic policy approach that addresses the consistent underfunding of California ports, says Danny Wan, executive director of the Port of Oakland.
Individualism may be the ultimate form of American conformity, two psychologists say.
County child welfare leaders and social workers are stymied by a lack of tools needed to best support foster youth, says Cathy Senderling-McDonald, executive director of County Welfare Directors Association of California.
California has a moral and practical responsibility to reach net zero carbon emissions by or before 2050, Assemblymember Richard Bloom says.
A governor signs up for a public life with limited privacy when making the decision to run for the state's highest elective office, columnist George Skelton says.
We cannot sit idly by as oil and gas corporations desecrate our beaches with a product that fuels the climate crisis, attorney and beach enthusiast Alex Lohman says.
Guns, violence and political extremism are on the rise. And America risks disaster — sooner than later, columnist George Skelton says.
Surprise! Trumpism doesn’t need Donald Trump as its ambassador in order to thrive, columnist Timothy L. O'Brien says.
Such laws were commonplace in this country at the time of the Second Amendment’s adoption, and there’s no evidence that those who wrote and ratified the Second Amendment meant to upend the practice, two civil rights advocates say.