• Local

    CA Senate sings the budget blues

    In its first formal response to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s $297 billion spending plan, the Legislature offered some pointed feedback on Wednesday: The governor’s fiscal forecasters are being too optimistic and the state needs to prepare [...]
  • Local

    Storms put California levees to the test

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — With multiple powerful storms continuing to bear down on California, state officials have warned that rural areas are the most at risk of flooding because the levees that protect them aren’t [...]
  • Politics

    US reopens embassy services in Cuba

    HAVANA – Grappling with the biggest flood of Cuban migrants in decades, the United States reopened its long-closed legal pathway on Wednesday by resuming all visa services at its embassy in Havana. Hundreds of thousands [...]
  • Health

    Killing cancer with cancer

    Scientists at Brigham and Women’s Hospital are harnessing a new way to turn cancer cells into potent, anti-cancer agents. From the lab of Khalid Shah, Harvard-affiliated BWH investigators have developed a new cell therapy approach [...]


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