Flap over Dianne Feinstein lecturing children in viral video underscores Democrats’ split on ‘Green New Deal’
While Democrats are united that man-made climate change must be addressed, how aggressively to do so — and how to pay for it — is an increasingly contentious matter.
Thousands of Venezuelans opposed to the government of President Nicolas Maduro remain gathered on the Colombian side of several bridges linking Colombia to Venezuela, demanding that aid be let in.
A sweeping California Supreme Court decision last April is upending workplaces across the state, making it harder to classify employees as independent contractors.
After a string of Oscar season stumbles, the motion picture academy and its leadership are at a crossroads
Some would argue that one of the big losers has already been revealed before a single envelope has been opened. Unfortunately, it’s the motion picture academy itself.
The documents provide the most detailed account to date of the secretive effort to use the land for the privately financed Inglewood Basketball and Entertainment Center.