Attorney and UC Santa Cruz graduate Charles Harder defends Donald Trump and helped Hulk Hogan shut down Gawker.
South Bay trans advocates joined a nationwide campaign protesting a Trump administration proposal to narrow the definition of gender.
For years, media outlets desperately chased the clicks promised by Facebook; now the social media giant threatens to destroy them.
Adherents of a spiritual movement called the Falun Gong accuse Cisco of aiding and abetting their systematic oppression in China.
Santa Clara Mayor Jamie L. Matthews announced his retirement—only a day after his city played host to Super Bowl 50.
Houston, we have a problem. Public education is facing its own Apollo 13 moment. If fundamental issues are not addressed an inevitable catastrophic ending will occur.
Fearing backlash from the public, San Jose police have opted to get rid of a heavily armored 15-ton truck, a military hand-me-down the city received from the Pentagon earlier this year.
Congressman Mike Honda (D-San Jose) and other lawmakers are calling on Fox News to fire Bob Beckel after the talking head called “Chinamen” the single biggest threat to national security.
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. […]
Two eagerly awaited American events take place this week: the State of the Union address and the Super Bowl. The broadcast audience for Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday will be significantly larger than the President’s State of the Union address on Tuesday. However, there should be no doubt that the state of the National Football League—concussion issues aside—is better than our Union’s.