Major cities in California are facing a homelessness and mental health crisis. This is not a coincidence since the two are often linked together.
Shortly after WWII began, 600,000 Italian immigrants in the U.S. were classified by the government as "enemy aliens".
Thousands of Californians gamble on sports every years whether they do it legally or not.
With the voters now subject to fraud either by Russians or China wouldn't it be a good time to return to the good old days of manual counts?
Restoring the old train that connects both locations, although problematic, would be the most feasible, environmentally, and economically friendly
There has been a motion by the city to reinstate the hospitality program and
TAPS is currently in debt (about $3.3 million) and will have to scale back shuttle services significantly.
An In-N-Out location in Downtown Santa Cruz would be a lively and successful addition to the county of Santa Cruz.
Santa Cruz is still dealing with the housing crisis. A study by the Zillow Rent Index shows that rent increased by 41% from 2013-2016.
The SAFER Now Act (H.R.
Many supporters of this bill argue that the EPA is a waste of tax payer money.
Making funds accessible to small business owners is important to the progress and growth of our economy.
In his book The Liberty Amendments, Mark Levin has proposed solutions to key constitutional problems of centralized government vs. the states.
The white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia this past August was the event that put the spotlight on white extremist organizations.
College student-athletes are expected to perform both academically and athletically day in and day out.