The latest news on California
Making college more affordable may encourage undocumented students to finish high school.
Influx of Big Tobacco money leads to shift in voter attitudes on cigarette tax ballot proposal.
The Department of Transportation to spend $2.4 million to curb cell phone use while driving nationwide.
The court in Boston found the 1996 federal law to be unconstitutional, setting the issue up for possible Supreme Court review.
Teachers can develop professional skills while students are on break.
California's embrace of the “green” orthodoxy has proven to be expensive and often counterproductive for motorists, home builders, and many other industries.
Lower tuition at community colleges has led to too many students and not enough seats.
California's not the only place feeling pain at the pump.
A federal appeals court puts the law on track for consideration by the U.S. Supreme Court
Law would require automakers to cut emissions by 75 percent.