Mello-Roos or Mello ruse? Orange County's 119 tax districts lack oversight, grand jury report says The city of Irvine is in the midst of forming a $384-million district for the Five Point Great ... heels of an unprecedented revolt by homeowners upset over huge Mello-Roos bills in San Clemente’s Talega development. The Capistrano Unified School ... 07/2/2015 - 4:38 am | View Link
Jury awards developer $20M in lawsuit filed against Sterne Agee Horton claims the actions of Baker and the investment firm cost the developers as much as $35 million in damages. The jury will reconvene Monday to consider further punitive damages. Representatives from Sterne Agee have not yet provided a comment on the ... 05/29/2015 - 9:15 am | View Link
Ellen Pao Verdict Reached: No Gender Discrimination, Jury Rules Jury verdicts went against Ellen Pao on Friday in all four portions of her gender discrimination ... most high profile in the tech industry -- after a five-week trial in San Francisco. Pao claimed that the firm engaged in gender discrimination, and ... 03/27/2015 - 10:29 am | View Link
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2014 Award Winners | Green Power Partnership | US EPA EPA Partner Awards Partner of the Year. Apple Inc. Since January 2013, Apple Inc., headquartered in Cupertino, California, has been one of the first companies in its ... 09/3/2015 - 10:58 am | View Website
San Francisco News Archives The parents of Kathryn Steinle filed claims Monday against San Francisco and federal agencies for the wrongful death of their daughter who was allegedly shot to death ... 09/2/2015 - 10:05 pm | View Website
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With Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (R) calling jailed Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis the first Christian woman arrested by her government “for living according to her faith,” supporters of the intransigent government employee took to Twitter expressing support with #FreeKimDavis. As might be exp
Law enforcement officers will no longer have carte blanche to use cellphone location-tracking devices thanks to a new Justice Department (DOJ) policy announced Thursday. Agencies such as the FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) routinely use cell-tower spoofing to track a suspect’s location without obtaining a warrant or establishing probable cause — even for non-emergencies.
Being a millennial means you’re currently between the ages of 18 and 34. You also have a ton of debt, which is leading to stress. You’re the gayest generation, you send your love over email instead of voicemail, and, according to a new poll by the Pew Research Center, you probably hate yourself, too
<p>After being pressed about the email scandal roiling her presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton got some softball questions from MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell that offered further insight into the Democratic front-runner's daily life.</p><p>Like, for example, that she and husband Bill are apparently almost done with the latest season of "House of Cards." The one thing she can't live without?
<p>Thursday's <a href="http://www.politico.com/story/2015/09/donald-trump-2016-hugh-hewitt-fight-213338">interview </a>with Hugh Hewitt was hardly the first time Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has either struggled to answer questions about foreign policy or offered implausible policies that raise doubts about his judgment. Here are a few past instances in which the billionaire and reality TV star has stumbled on international affairs:</p><p><b>1.
In the wake of Vester Lee Flanagan’s deadly on-air shooting of Virginia TV journalists Alison Ward and Adam Parker and other recent U. S. gun massacres, the New York Police Department held a symposium for the press on the topic of “active shooters,” defined by the FBI as those who are “ac