May 10, 2022

What Would Reversing Roe v. Wade Mean for California?

Over 50 years after SCOTUS’ landmark decision, California vows to continue to protect women’s freedom to choose

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April 21, 2022

Justice Dept. Appeals to Reinstate Transportation Mask Mandate

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday that it had asked the Justice Department to appeal a federal court ruling striking down its requirement for masking on planes, trains, buses and other modes of transportation
April 8, 2022

As Gas Prices Went Up, So Did the Hunt for Electric Vehicles

Prices at the pump have given some Americans second thoughts about electric vehicles
April 1, 2022

House Votes to Decriminalize Cannabis

Democrats and three Republicans band together to capitalize on the political resonance of legalized cannabis as an issue of economic growth, racial justice and states' rights.
March 31, 2022

States Close Mass Test and Vaccine Sites, but Uptick in Virus May Loom

As states close mass testing and vaccination sites, experts question scaling back these services.
March 24, 2022

Moderna to Seek Authorization of Its Coronavirus Vaccine for Young Children

Moderna said that it would seek emergency authorization of its coronavirus vaccine for children younger than 6 years old.
March 21, 2022

FDA’s Expert Panel on Vaccines Will Discuss U.S. Booster Strategy in April

The FDA announced that it would convene a meeting of its outside advisory panel on vaccines to discuss the U.S. Covid booster strategy.
March 18, 2022

Gig Workers Say High Gas Prices May Be a Breaking Point

Some drivers say they find it hard to justify spending hours on the road for Uber or Lyft as fuel costs continue to tick upward.
March 17, 2022

Refugee Crisis Will Test a European Economy Under Pressure

No matter how the catastrophe in Ukraine ends, the costs of helping the millions of Ukrainians fleeing Russian bombs will be staggering.
March 11, 2022

Even Before War, Thousands Were Fleeing Russia for the U.S.

More than 4,100 Russians crossed the border without authorization in the 2021 fiscal year, nine times more than the previous year.
March 11, 2022

House Passes $1.5 Trillion Spending Bill as Democrats Drop COVID Aid

Measure fueled in large part by bipartisan support for a $13.6 billion aid package to help Ukraine as it endures Russia's invasion.
March 11, 2022

Ukrainians in Santa Cruz Mountains Worry for Home Under Siege

There are at least seven Ukrainian families in the Bonny Doon area alone.
March 3, 2022

Jan. 6 Committee Lays Out Potential Criminal Charges Against Trump

In a court filing in a civil case in California, the committee’s lawyers laid out their theory of a potential criminal case against the former president.
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