In a sharp break with the record of his predecessor and the position of the Trump administration, Gov. Gavin Newsom is announcing Monday that National Guard troops will be pulled back from their duties along the U.S.-Mexico border.
It’s a dilemma because PG&E is universally, if quietly, seen as too big to fail. It’s too important and vital. It provides natural gas and electricity for 16 million people — 40% of the state — throughout northern and central California.
Jurors in the Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman trial are picking through a mountain of testimony and evidence and considering whether dozens of violations have been proved. We look at the possibility of a mixed verdict.
The neighborhoods that found hope in former President Hugo Chavez and his socialistic agenda are increasingly joining to opposition movement demanding that Chavez's successor — Nicolas Maduro — step down.