| Nov 8, 2009
Seymour Fromer, who built one of the country's largest collections of Judaica with little money but enormous drive to preserve the history of Jews, especially those who helped settle the American West, has died. He was 87.
Fromer died Oct. 25 at his...
| Nov 9, 2009
Backers of an overhaul of California's government, who hope to leverage disgust with Sacramento into support for changing how the state raises taxes and spends money, have a difficult path ahead, according to a new poll of California voters.
| Nov 17, 2009
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| Nov 23, 2009
| 6:04 PM
The troubles of the San Francisco Bay area's transit police went viral again as video hit the Internet showing what some claim was another use of excessive force.
A cell phone video showing the violent arrest of a mentally ill passenger accused of...
| Dec 3, 2009
| 9:43 AM
WASHINGTON -- Think your kid is not "sexting"? Think again.
Sexting - sharing sexually explicit photos, videos and chat by cell phone or online - is fairly commonplace among young people, despite sometimes grim consequences for those who do it. More than...
| Oct 20, 2005
As patient as fishermen, the young men toil day and night, trawling for replies to the e-mails they shoot to strangers half a world away.
Most recipients hit delete, delete, delete, delete without ever opening the messages that urge them to claim the...
| Sep 17, 1992
Popular music is back in the courtroom--on a murder charge.
Six weeks after Time Warner Inc. and Ice-T pulled the controversial "Cop Killer" song off the market, an unprecedented legal battle over another album released by a Time Warner subsidiary...