After last year’s devastating fires across the state, communities and state officials are on alert. Despite a mild summer and rain in the forecast, California state officials are braced for another wildfire
California lawmakers on Monday acted to temporarily lift the statute of limitations on lawsuits for damages over sex abuse allegations against former USC campus gynecologist George Tyndall, accusations
Google and its industry allies are making a late bid to water down a groundbreaking California data-privacy law, seeking to carve out exemptions for digital advertising, according to documents obtained
California adopted the country’s first major consumer privacy law. Now, Silicon Valley is trying to rewrite it.
SACRAMENTO — For the past two months, residents here in California’s capital have been inundated by mysterious ads on Facebook and Twitter, warning that the government is about to destroy the Internet
One small step into the corner office by a female executive could mean a giant leap for a firm’s bottom line, depending on how she gets her foot in the door. Women still dramatically lag behind men in
A new California law requiring publicly traded corporations in the state to include women on their boards of directors is facing its first legal challenge. Conservative nonprofit Judicial Watch filed lawsuit