California Economy Is on Edge After Tech Layoffs and Studio Cutbacks
As recession fears persist, the troubles in major industries have hurt tax revenues, turning the state’s $100 billion surplus into a deficit.
Pressured by Their Base on Abortion, Republicans Strain to Find a Way Forward
Some in the party are urging compromise, warning of dire electoral consequences for 2024, while other stances, on guns and gay rights, also risk turning off moderates.
An Online Meme Group Is at the Center of Uproar Over Leaked Military Secrets
Youth culture and national defense collided in a community known for edgy jokes. The YouTube celebrity it was dedicated to seemed as surprised as anyone.
Biden Administration Proposes Evenly Cutting Water Allotments From Colorado River
As the river shrinks, the Biden administration is getting ready to impose, for the first time, reductions in water supplies to states.