SAN FRANCISCO Officials from several Oakland, California agencies made dozens of visits to the warehouse where a fire killed 36 people last year, including police who responded to a rave there a year earlier, according to city documents released on Wednesday.
SAN FRANCISCO San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee said on Tuesday the city would become the first in the United States to offer tuition-free community college to its residents, framing the move as a way of helping to narrow wealth inequality in the city.
A jury weighing charges against an activist
behind a coordinated protest that disrupted the flow of millions
of barrels of crude oil into the United States failed to reach a
verdict in a case in Washington state, prosecutors said on
OAKLAND, Calif. The widow of the gunman behind the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history knew he was planning an attack and concocted a cover story for him, federal prosecutors said in a California court on Wednesday.
SAN FRANCISCO The wife of the gunman who killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, asked a California court on Tuesday to be released from custody pending trial, arguing she had no knowledge of his plans and was asleep as the attack unfolded.
The Boy Scouts of America said on Monday the
group would begin accepting transgender boys, bucking its more
than a century-old practice of using the gender stated on a
birth certificate to determine eligibility.
More than $900,000 has been raised in an online fundraiser for a south Texas mosque destroyed by fire over the weekend, exceeding the amount needed to rebuild the place of worship, according to the fundraising page on Monday.
SAN FRANCISCO U.S. universities in both Democratic and Republican-voting states said they were unnerved by President Donald Trump's executive order restricting immigration from seven Muslim-majority nations, many warning students and staff to avoid travel abroad.
New Jersey prosecutors on Friday said they would
not pursue criminal misconduct charges against Governor Chris
Christie in connection with the "Bridgegate" scandal.
Two Los Angeles police officers who fatally shot an unarmed black man described by his lawyer as mentally challenged will face no criminal charges over the 2014 killing, the district attorney said on Tuesday, calling their actions "legally justified."