Oakland Tribune editorial: Caltrans must be transparent about latest Bay Bridge bolt debacle
This time, the concern centers on 25-foot-long bolts securing the tower to its foundation -- specifically, whether they will withstand a strong earthquake and the potential consequences if they fail
Oakland Tribune editorial: Dysfunctional Kensington governing board continues trying to chill dissent
Even after prostitute steals Kensington police sergeant's gun, badge, handcuffs and two clips of ammunition, and after dismissing police chief, directors arrogantly try to squelch those who raised questions.
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November 2014 election recommendations from the Contra Costa Times/Oakland Tribune editorial board
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Guest commentary: Obama is fiddling while our modern-day Rome burns
Since before the 9/11 attacks, Islamic terrorists have declared war or jihad upon Western nations, and are fighting right now in more than 20 countries from Iraq to Libya, Yemen to Nigeria, with attacks in France, Denmark, Australia, and threats against American cities and shopping malls.
Noah Feldman: Next battle over net neutrality is constitutional:
The congressional battle over net neutrality may be over, and the Federal Communications Commission has voted to regulate the Internet as a public utility.
Can Jeb Bush keep the White House in the family?
In this video from Bloomberg News, a political analyst thinks Bush has the potential to do well in a presidential campaign, but he's definitely not an overwhelming candidate for 2016.
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'Downton Abbey' finale will bring plenty of drama
'American Crime,' 'Battle Creek' among the week's TV highlights.
Scarlett Johansson defends John Travolta's Oscars behavior
“Lucy” actress says red carpet encounter was 'very sweet’ and 'totally welcome.’