The Los Gatos-based streaming giant yanked an early installment in the comedy series over its criticism of the kingdom’s monarchy.
Mayor Sam Liccardo has proposed new regulations to rein in how electronic scooter companies operate in the city.
Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Judge Brett Kavanagh of attempted rape, is set to testify before the Senate this morning.
A Catholic high school official accused of mishandling sex abuse claims against staff has announced her resignation.
Donors angered by the accusers have reportedly chipped in $126,000 to Presentation High School’s crowdfunding campaign.
San Jose police on Sunday fatally shot a man reportedly wielding an ax. The incident marks the city’s sixth officer-involved shooting of 2017.
New data show that California saw a 10 percent jump in homicides from 2014 to 2015, but a 25 percent drop in the past decade.
When Jose Antonio Vargas turned 16 years old, he did what almost every kid his age does. He applied for a driver’s permit. But when he went to the DMV, he got something unexpected: the truth about his immigration status. “The woman at the DMV told me that my green card was fake,” Vargas says. […]
If NY Times columnist and author Thomas Friedman is correct, and I believe he is, the world beyond schools no longer wants to know how much you know, but how you can use what you know. Our concept of schooling in America today is quite archaic if Friedman’s assertion is right. However, there is a strong and hopeful effort, the Common Core of Standards, to steer the ship of public education to a better place.