The Public Policy Institute of California has conducted a new poll that suggests Californians are delighted with Barack Obama, Governor Jerry Brown, and even the Democrat-run state legislature.
In a case of life coming full circle, the college that inspired the film Animal House, Dartmouth College, will ban hard alcohol on campus due to what Dartmouth President Philip J. Hanlon called “extreme behaviors,” adding that “it is hard alcohol — rather than just beer or wine — that lands students on a hospital gurney.”
The California Supreme Court, interfering in the affairs of the Boy Scouts, decided on Friday to bar judges from belonging to the Boy Scouts because of the organization’s "invidious" discrimination against gays, triggering an angry outburst from one judge and like-minded opposition from others.
According to a new survey conducted by Public Policy Polling before the Super Bowl, Americans largely prefer the Seattle Seahawks, viewing them much more favorably and rooting for them to defeat the New England Patriots.
Riccardo Pacifici, the president of Rome's Jewish community, had an eerie and awful experience when visiting Auschwitz with a TV crew to commemorate the liberation of Auschwitz: he found himself locked inside the camp.
A man wanted for attempted murder in Romania was arrested in Orinda, California on Monday after police received a call about him panhandling outside a grocery, according to the San Jose Mercury News.
Tony Stewart, who left sprint car racing after the tragic accident in which his car struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr. on an upstate New York track, has reentered the sport by buying the All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car Series.
The White House is using California Attorney General Kamala Harris to sell Barack Obama’s executive amnesty policy, in the process boosting its likely choice for the open U.S. Senate seat over former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, the city's first Latino mayor and Harris's most feared potential rival.
A San Francisco group proudly calling itself "Street Cred – Advertising for the People" took it upon itself to deface banners from Pamela Geller’s American Freedom Defense Initiative that called for ending aid to Islamic countries because of their Jew-hatred.
Lance Armstrong defended his doping in the 1990s by asserting that many bicyclists adopted the practice, and he would do it again if given the chance.
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