Were those record California gas prices the result of collusion?
Congressional representatives said the U.S. Forest Service has decided to allow nighttime aerial attacks on wildfires in Southern California.
The chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is scheduled to visit the troubled San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station Friday, joining NRC inspectors who have been investigating a small leak at the plant in northern San Diego County for the past two months.
Democratic campaign treasurer Kinde Durkee is expected to plead guilty to stealing millions from California political clients like U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Santa Ana Assemblyman Jose Solorio.
Two of California’s most high-profile lawmakers are quickly losing favor among their constituents.
Washington political representatives ask how the Pakistanis couldn’t have known Osama Bin Laden was living in their midst just 35 miles from Islamabad, and a half mile from a Pakistani military academy that was the equivalent of West Point.
What was that old saying about good news traveling fast? Politicians reacting to good news might happen even faster.
U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein says Democrats must retake control of the House of Representatives next year or risk deep budget cuts that would hurt seniors and poor people the most.
California’s two U.S. senators are calling on federal officials to perform inspections at two nuclear power plants to ensure the facilities are safe and have adequate emergency plans.
Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein says renewable energy projects across the country will be jeopardized if House Republicans are successful in scaling back a program that helps companies gain financing for transmission lines and solar, wind and geothermal plants.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein is endorsing a Los Angeles city councilwoman who is hoping to succeed Rep. Jane Harman in Congress.
With some new governors rejecting funds for high-speed rail, California’s two U.S. senators are telling the Obama administration that the federal government should redirect that money to their state.
The agency charged with monitoring off-road racing on federal lands is promising to increase staffing and crack down on violations of racing permits.