Why Elon Musk’s Hyperloop might just serve as Tylenol for Central Valley farmer’s headaches.
Nancy Pelosi’s call to “drain the swamp” of Congressional insider trading was never heeded. Trevor Lowenthal argues Congress may never fix the problem.
Christopher Wm. Rasmussen argues that California’s AB 1401, which would allow immigrants to serve on California juries, will not succeed at integrating immigrants into communities and threatens the legitimacy of impartial juries.
Newly-elected Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (PML-N party) has plans of a new government that could potentially help revive the economic status of the nation.
Alex E. Tavlian writes about Canada’s astronaut extraordinaire Chris Hadfield and the need for reinvestment in space research and development.
Talia Moyal writes that ASUCD’s current resolution calling for divestment from companies doing business with Israel is an empty gesture aimed at causing needless strife among the campus community.
Four of eight California legislators members – three Democrats and one Republican – enjoyed a rather exotic and questionable Spring Break in Cuba.
The construction firm owned by Dianne Feinstein’s husband scored a nearly $1 billion contract for the Fresno-Madera high speed rail line.