Newsom Questions Textbook Publishers About Florida Influence
Governor Gavin Newsom’s latest public dispute with the State of Florida concerns school textbooks.
Mechanical sails? Batteries? Shippers forming ‘green corridors’ to fast-track cleaner technologies
Water transport is a cost-efficient way of moving goods and people — but it emits lots of greenhouse gases
Protesters cut short questioning of San Francisco mayor over drug crisis
Protesters cut short a rare outdoor meeting of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday where the board president had planned to question Mayor London Breed over the city's drug crisis
Walmart to pay California $500,000 in settlement over sale of brass knuckles
Walmart will pay half a million dollars in civil penalties to the state of California over allegations that it was selling and allowing third-party vendors to sell brass knuckles on its website