California’s inmate population is double prison capacity. The governor says he has a plan to reduce overcrowding and save money, but some lawmakers are skeptical.
Detroit has not said whether it will boost auto production now that Congress has allotted $2 billion more to the program.
Mexican dealers are flooding the market with a cheap form of heroin that is more potent than its predecessors, snaring younger users.
Medical marijuana booms in cities such as L.A., with some eyeing its revenue potential. But there's pushback, too.
The plan, which passed the state Senate Friday, relies partly on maneuvers that push the problems to next year.
Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler star in this raunchy romantic comedy that plays along a predicable curve.
Cities in distress are pushing back against the deal, which would take more than $4 billion from local governments to help close the state budget deficit.
Parental rights count for much, but courts today are giving more credence to claims from a child's primary caregiver.
As lawmakers edge closer a budget deal, teachers' unions, business groups, and even the governor hit the airwaves with their demands.