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Jan 04 2022
The California jury in the criminal fraud case against Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has found her guilty on four of 11 charges on its seventh day of deliberation to determine Holmes' fate.
The panel composed of eight men and four women convicted Holmes on one charge of conspiracy and three charges of fraud. They determined she was not guilty of a second conspiracy charge and notFox News (Online News)
Dec 07 2021
For evidence that crime will likely be a key issue for California voters in next year’s election, look no further than this weekend.
On Sunday, a pack of looters robbed a jewelry store in a Hayward mall, smashing glass cases and absconding with the valuables into waiting cars. Also Sunday, Walnut Creek police recommended that businesses close early, citing intelligence that the 80CalMatters
Feb 05 2022
This is how the West is run: In the 13 westernmost U.S. states, one party controls both the executive and legislative branches.
Flush with federal cash, the region — the fastest-growing in the country — is rebuilding from the disruptions of the still ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and states’ political leanings will play a role in how they budget for their future.
Republicans runDeseret News
Dec 08 2020
Pro-life groups and lawmakers denounced former Vice President Joe Biden’s choice of California Attorney General Xavier Becerra for secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
“Far from ‘uniting’ the country, Biden has proven yet again he is an extremist on abortion,” Susan B. Anthony List President Marjorie Dannenfelser said in a statement following Biden’s MondayThe Daily Signal
Apr 04 2022
Perspectives BlogFrom the Center
What’s more important – beating Vladimir Putin or saving the planet? When all the niceties on both sides of the argument are stripped away, that admittedly unfair formulation is what stands at the core of Joe Biden’s most vexing policy and political challenge. From the beginning of his presidential candidacy, Biden has stressed his commitment to fighting climate change,Dan Schnur
Mar 14 2022
Perspectives BlogFrom the Center
Americans are now wearing pins with the colors of the Ukraine flag. Like good patriots, we’ve poured out our bottles of Russian vodka. And we grit our teeth without complaining when we’re filling our gas tanks. For the first few weeks of the war, rooting for those plucky Ukrainians as they stand up to Voldemort Vladimir Putin has been fairly painless for most Americans. ButDan Schnur
Mar 18 2021
California Gov. Gavin Newsom spent the past year as one of the nation's most restrictive pandemic governors. Now, he’s throwing the doors open.
Facing a recall threat, Newsom this month announced the return of outdoor concerts and Major League Baseball games, allowed Disneyland to open its gates soon and signed legislation that attempts to reopen schools.
The Democratic governorPolitico
Dec 30 2021
With the end-of-the-year holiday break fast approaching, the announcements came quickly.
A trio of Democrats in the House of Representatives – Reps. Stephanie Murphy of Florida, Lucille Roybal-Allard of California, and Albio Sires of New Jersey – last week said that they’ll retire at the end of next year rather than run in the 2022 midterm elections for another term in Congress.Fox News (Online News)
Sep 08 2021
Just three months ago, the United States averaged fewer than 25,000 COVID infections a day, with an average of 627 COVID deaths over a seven-day period. It was the end of May and it seemed as if the light at the end of the proverbial COVID tunnel was near just as the “hot vax summer” was about to begin.
Then, as more and more Americans became vaccinated, too many—to the tune of 47Mother Jones
Dec 02 2021
Congressional leaders struck a deal Thursday on a short-term funding bill that would keep the government open until mid-February, but it remains to be seen whether lawmakers will be able to avert a shutdown.
House Appropriations Committee Chairwoman Rosa DeLauro said the stop-gap bill would keep funding for the government at Trump-era levels until Feb. 18, apart from an additional $7Washington Times