The latest news on California
The administration granted the unprecedented waiver after California was denied in December.
A board will investigate a contract dispute between union workers and transit officials.
Richmond, Calif., is threatening to seize underwater mortgages using eminent domain.
Firefighters struggle to contain a fast-moving wildfire that now covers 22,800 acres.
A wildfire in Southern California is still largely uncontained and has burned thousands of acres.
Former Arizona governor heads back West after leading DHS.
Why do so many states cling to a regulatory system that rewards overly expensive fuel?
Close to 30,000 inmates are hunger striking in California prisons over solitary conditions.
Gas taxes are going up, whether voters like it or not.
The court's 5-4 vote Wednesday leaves in place the initial trial court declaration that the ban is unconstitutional.