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Following increased profits in property sales in 2016, Northern California’s housing market is...

Nick Vertucci Watches On As The Southern California Housing Market Continues to Soar

Nationwide, the housing market continues to grow at record rates especially in some of the most populous regions, and southern California leads the way in pricing gains.

The SoCal Housing Market by the Numbers

Berkeley's Battle with Free Speech - Constitutional Law Professor Sujit Choudhry Explains

Sujit Choudhry, UC Berkeley Law Professor

When former Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos was scheduled to speak at UC Berkeley in February, student protests turned violent in the hours before the event causing administrators to cancel the speech. A recent Time.com article quoted a writer in San Francisco who described the campus climate as a "war zone" with "explosions happening everywhere," which led the author to lament the good old days when Berkeley was "known as a test bed for the First Amendment."

Move Over Silicon Valley, Whitney Wolfe and Bumble Help Power Austin's Tech Scene

Whitney Wolfe's Bumble app is rewriting all the traditional rules of online dating and boosting Austin's tech-industry reputation as the new "Silicon Hills."

What inspired her to launch Bumble?

California Legislators Approve a Budget And Brace For a Busy Summer

Last week state lawmakers in Sacramento approved a new $125 billion state budget. Members of both the State Assembly and the California Senate now contemplate a busy schedule filled with a variety of proposed measures awaiting debate and action.

National Braille Competition

The University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles was the scene on Saturday, June 17, for the day-long Braille Challenge finals. This national competition is for low-vision and blind students ages 6 to 19.

California Temperatures Soar

The summer season often brings a desire to be outdoors in LA County, California, but the heat might be simply too much for some people to handle. Triple-digit temperatures in the area are keeping many indoors while creating an ideal environment to find shelter in a swimming pool or in the ocean as a way to stay cool.