Former Republican Congressman Tom Campbell today confirmed earlier reports that he's dropping out of the race for governor, and joining the GOP primary race for the U.S. Senate seat now held by Democrat Barbara Boxer. . . .
Unable to compete against much wealthier candidates, former San Jose Rep. Tom Campbell will reshape the U.S. Senate race that he jumped into Thursday more than the governor's campaign he just abandoned, analysts said. . . .
Of all the assertions made about the government’s proposals for health care, the hardest to believe is that a dramatic “overhaul” of the system would improve the economic conditions in the country. . . .
It is one of the simplest ideas in American education—and one of the most confounding: Elected officials and educators have been talking about establishing national, or common, academic standards for at least a half-century. . . .
The Global Zero Summit February 2-4 in Paris will convene 200 international political, military, business and faith leaders -- as well as student leaders -- to discuss practical policy proposals for the phased, verified elimination of all nuclear weapons and to launch a global grassroots campaign. . . .
A program started by a San Francisco foundation soon will make it possible for struggling small businesses in Israel’s Negev to obtain the loans necessary to bolster their businesses, create jobs and boost the economy. . . .
Greetings from San Jose, where former Reagan Administration Secretary of State George Shultz provided the wow factor at Tom Campbell's "No, Really, I've Always Wanted to Run for Senate" announcement. . . .