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Audit Uncovers $31 Billion in Errors on California's Books

An audit of California’s books by the Bureau of State Audits has uncovered errors totaling $31 billion. CBS 13 reported the results of the audit Thursday. It found:  $7.7 billion – Understated federal trust fund revenues and expenditures $653 million

Audit Uncovers $31 Billion in Errors on California's Books

CA-33 Race Turns Ugly as Time Runs Out

With just a few days left until the polls open in California, the race to succeed outgoing Rep. Henry Waxman in the 33rd congressional district has gotten ugly fast.  Front-running campaigns are turning to attack mailers and, in one case,

CA-33 Race Turns Ugly as Time Runs Out

Report: Donald Sterling to Sue NBA for $1B

Donald Sterling will reportedly sue the NBA for $1 billion a day after his wife reportedly accepted a deal to sell the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for $2 billion.  NBC first reported that Sterling may sue for

Report: Donald Sterling to Sue NBA for $1B

James Taylor Still Singing for Obama

James Taylor wants to pass the hat around–again– for President Barack Obama. The veteran troubadour who started campaigning for then-Sen. Obama back in 2008, is using an upcoming concert to raise funds for Obama’s Organizing for America group. Anyone who

James Taylor Still Singing for Obama

Zuckerberg: $120 Million to SF Schools

Facebook billionaire Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan are granting $120 million to public schools in San Francisco’s Bay Area to improve the quality of public education in the world’s technology capital, according to Business Insider. The announcement arrives just four

Zuckerberg: $120 Million to SF Schools

Liberal Groups Spending to Defeat Democrat Joe Baca

Former Congressman Joe Baca has picked up some opposition from liberal environmental and women’s groups as he tries to win the primary for the 31st congressional district. Baca is running against two other Democrats and three Republicans to represent California’s

Liberal Groups Spending to Defeat Democrat Joe Baca

California Rejects Genetically Modified Food Labeling

For the second time in two years, California lawmakers have shot down a bill that would yield greater transparency by requiring food distributors who sell in California to label foods that contain Genetically Modified Organisms. So far over 60 countries

California Rejects Genetically Modified Food Labeling

Mysterious Break-In at DeMaio Campaign Office

Smashed computer screens, cut computer cords and stolen gas gift cards were among the campaign office damages reported to police by California congressional candidate Carl DeMaio’s campaign staff around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday morning, according to ABC 10 News. Campaign staff

Mysterious Break-In at DeMaio Campaign Office