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California's unemployment insurance agency, after stumbling in the aftermath of the Great Recession, is making strides toward improving service to the jobless, the program's director told members of a state Senate oversight committe...
Amgen Inc., the Thousand Oaks biotech giant, said Sunday a new study has found its cancer drug Kyprolis is far more effective in treatment of relapsed multiple myeloma than its chief rival.
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center said it's investigating whether patients with superbug infections are linked to contaminated medical scopes, similar to a recent outbreak at UCLA.
The U.S. economy slowed more sharply in the final three months of the year than initial estimates, reflecting weaker business stockpiling and a bigger trade deficit.
The top Democrat in California's State Assembly visited Chinatown on Wednesday to unveil a plan to boost affordable housing in the state.
Exports of U.S. wine last year were the second-most valuable on record, reaching $1.49 billion in revenue, nearly all of it from California.
After four hours of public comment, financial analysis and questions for traffic planners and noise consultants, the vote by the five members of Inglewood's City Council to approve plans to build an NFL-caliber stadium was swift and unanimous.
More than $55,000 was donated to UC Berkeley in honor of former California Public Utilities Commission President Michael Peevey, who stepped down in December amid scandal.
A nationwide strike at oil refineries organized by the United Steelworkers union expanded to 15 plants in its fourth week.
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet L. Yellen greased the wheels for an eventual interest rate hike, but she made clear that she was keeping her options open on the timing of any such move.
An estimated 9 million people are sickened and 1,000 killed by food-borne illnesses in the U.S. each year, but until now officials were unable to pinpoint which foods were most likely to blame.
The 80,000-seat football stadium and related office and retail development being proposed in Inglewood would boost that city's budget by $18.7 to $28 million a year over the next 15 years, while creating manageable traffic and environmental impacts.
Prompted by the UCLA superbug outbreak, a federal lawmaker is calling on Congress to investigate what the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and device makers are doing to prevent further patient deaths and infections.
One of the two patients who died in connection with a superbug outbreak at UCLA's Ronald Reagan Medical Center was a 48-year-old liver transplant patient from the Central Valley, according to the family's attorney.
The Public Utilities Commission has hired a prominent, white-collar criminal defense lawyer to help it with an expanding investigation into possible improper communications, bribery and other wrongdoing at the powerful regulatory bo...
Initial jobless claims declined more than expected last week, falling back below the 300,000 level that indicates a healthy labor market.
A federal relief effort that set aside nearly $2 billion in housing aid for troubled Californians is being expanded to help older homeowners avert foreclosures on their reverse mortgages.
Hundreds of dockworkers squeezed into the International Longshore and Warehouse Union’s hiring hall in Wilmington before dawn Tuesday, their first full day back to work at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach since Friday.
Southern California's housing market got off to a slow start for the year in January, with sales down and prices treading water.
Online real estate websites Zillow and Trulia could join forces as soon as next week after federal antitrust regulators blessed their merger.