As much as $30 billion of the unemployment claims paid last year in California may have gone to swindlers, state officials said, reporting that at least 10% of benefits were fraudulently collected by organized crime rings, inmates and identity thieves.
One coal state senator holds the key to Biden’s ambitious climate agenda. And it’s not McConnell.
State health officials on Monday rescinded California's regional coronavirus stay-at-home orders -- a move that could allow for the resumption of outdoor dining, as well as at least some services at gyms, barber shops and nail salons.
Citizens Property Insurance Corp. could increase residential rates by an average of 7.2 percent this year, as the state-backed insurer contends with a flood of new policies and troubles in the private insurance market.
The audio of Trump with the Georgia secretary of state. Wow. It’s like telling the Nixon tapes to “hold my beer.”