The time for licking election wounds is over, but as many factors came into play, lessons are still being drawn from the setbacks.
The decision to hike tuition has kicked off a new round in the long struggle between the university and the State of California over funding for the 10-campus system.
It is now possible in American law, under the cover of "victim relief," to create new victims by depriving them of their freedom of speech.
Right after the election, Bera appeared to be trailing Ose by more than 3,000 votes. But on Nov. 19, with nearly all ballots counted, he led by over 1,400.
The vicissitudes of politics bring me back to the core issues; the electoral process amounts to only a part of what makes a democracy work.
President Obama's anticipated order that would shield millions of immigrants now living illegally in the U.S. from deportation is not without precedent.
A nine-member, state-named panel, with no unionists among its initial appointees, will run Detroit's finances for the next 13 years, a court-approved bankruptcy exit plan says.
Can retirees get lifetime health care benefits under a union contract? That question hit the U.S. Supreme Court on Nov. 10.
Louise (Jones) Ferragut Koszalka, May 12, 1914, to Oct. 31, 2014, passed away peacefully at home with her family.
Everyone is congratulating Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and his emergency manager, Kevyn Orr, for helping to craft a bankruptcy settlement in Detroit.